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Format: CD
Sku: 60155409
UPC: 090266325627
UPC 14: 00090266325627
Release Date: 10/27/1998
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Old Man River - William Warfield (from "Showboat") ~ Various Artists
2. Anything Goes - Patti LuPone (from "Anything Goes") ~ Various Artists
3. Oh What A Beautiful Mornin' - Laurence Guittard (from "Oklahoma") ~ Various Artists
4. You'll Never Walk Alone - Katherine Hilgenberg (from "Carousel") ~ Various Artists
5. There's No Business Like Show Business - Ethel Merman/Bruce Yarnell/Rufus Smith/Jerry Orbach (from "Annie Get Your Gun") ~ Various Artists
6. Almost Like Being In Love - David Brooks/Marion Bell (from "Brigadoon") ~ Various Artists
7. Luck Be A Lady - Peter Gallagher/Company (from "Guys And Dolls") ~ Various Artists
8. Shall We Dance - Yul Brynner/Constance Towers (from "The King & I") ~ Various Artists
9. America (From Jerome Robbin's Broadway) - Charlotte D'Amboise/Debbie Gravitte et. al. (Shapiro, from "West Side Story") ~ Various Artists
10. Everything's Coming Up Roses - Angela Lansbury (from "Gypsy") ~ Various Artists
11. Rosie - Jason Alexander/Vanessa Williams (from "Bye Bye Birdie") ~ Various Artists
12. Consider Yourself - Michael Goodman/Bruce Prochnik/Company (from "Oliver") ~ Various Artists
13. Hello, Dolly! - Carol Channing/Company (from "Hello, Dolly!") ~ Various Artists
14. If I Were A Rich Man - Zero Mostel (from "Fiddler On The Roof") ~ Various Artists
15. Impossible Dream, The - Colm Wilkinson (from "Man Of La Mancha") ~ Various Artists
16. Money - Alan Cumming/The Kit Kat Girls (from "Cabaret") ~ Various Artists
17. All That Jazz - Bebe Neuwirth/Company (from "Chicago") ~ Various Artists
18. Lullaby Of Broadway - Jerry Orbach/Company (from "42nd Street") ~ Various Artists
19. The Proposal / The Night Was Alive (from "Titanic") - Brian D'Arcy James/Martin Moran ~ Various Artists
20. Wheels Of A Dream - Brian Stokes Mitchell/Audra McDonald (from "Ragtime The Musical") ~ Various Artists

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Includes liner notes by Bill Rosenfield.
Muze PNote Digitally remastered by Harold Hagopian and Hsi-Ling Chang.
Muze PNote Despite its deliberately provocative title, RCA Victor's The Only Broadway CD You'll Ever Need really claims only to "give an overview of what 'Broadway' music is about," according to compiler Bill Rosenfield. What it really does is survey the last 50 years of theater music from the point of view of the most popular songs from the genre available in the company's vaults. RCA was the last of the major labels to begin recording Broadway cast albums, not entering the field until 1947's Brigadoon (from which "Almost Like Being in Love" is included here). Even then, it had to compete with the others and didn't really emerge as an equal competitor until the 1960s. As a result, relatively few of these tracks, which are presented chronologically by each show's opening date, come from original cast recordings, being drawn rather from revival casts, TV soundtracks, and individual artist discs for the most part. Nevertheless, some major performers sing songs associated with them: Ethel Merman and "There's No Business Like Show Business," Carol Channing and "Hello, Dolly!," Zero Mostel and "If I Were a Rich Man." The set seems designed for the casual and recent fan of Broadway, who won't be upset that Cabaret's "Money" and 42nd Street's "Lullaby of Broadway" are technically movie songs or that Colm Wilkinson never sang "The Impossible Dream" on stage, and who will recognize the material from four shows that were still running on the album's release date, Titanic, Ragtime, and revivals of Chicago and Cabaret. But this is a Broadway without Andrew Lloyd Webber and with precious little Stephen Sondheim (despite RCA's extensive Sondheim holdings), which means it doesn't really address much of theater history from the mid-'60s on. Thus, even as a label sampler, The Only Broadway CD You'll Ever Need is woefully inadequate. ~ William Ruhlmann

Producer: Bill Rosenfield (Compilation)

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 10/27/1998
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1998
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 63256
Music Label Name Label : RCA Victor
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00090266325627

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