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Song & Dance: The Songs - Original Broadway Cast Recording Import, Cast Recording

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  • CD (1995/7/18)
  • ディスク枚数: 1
  • フォーマット: Cast Recording, Import
  • レーベル: RCA Victor Broadway
  • ASIN: B000003FY5
  • EAN: 0090266826421
  • 他のエディション: カセット
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  1. Overture: Take That Look Off Your Face
  2. Let Me Finish
  3. So Much To Do In New York
  4. First Letter Home
  5. English Girls
  6. Capped Teeth And Caesar Salad
  7. You Made Me Think You Were In Love
  8. Capped Teeth And Caesar Salad (Reprise)
  9. So Much To Do In New York (II)
  10. Second Letter Home
  11. Unexpected Song
  12. Come Back With The Same Look In Your Eyes
  13. Take That Look Off Your Face (Reprise)
  14. Tell Me On A Sunday
  15. I Love New York: So Much To Do In New York
  16. Married Man
  17. Third Letter Home
  18. Nothing Like You've Ever Known
  19. Finale-Let Me Finish (Reprise)/What Have I Done?/Take That Look Off Your Face (Reprise)



Andrew Lloyd Webber's Song and Dance is a combination of his 1979 Paganini variations for cello and rock band with a 1980 one-woman television piece called Tell Me on a Sunday, which featured lyrics by Don Black. In 1985, Song and Dance was reconceived by Richard Maltby Jr. and debuted on Broadway, which led to this recording of the first half of the show, Song and Dance: The Songs. In the role of Emma, a British girl exploring a new life and new relationships in New York and Los Angeles, Bernadette Peters always keeps things interesting, but the one-woman-show concept probably works better visually, and some of the themes and catch phrases become repetitive. Better to skip past the book numbers and simply enjoy some of Lloyd Webber's tastiest songs: "Tell Me on a Sunday," "Take That Look off Your Face," "Come Back with That Same Look in Your Eyes," and the gorgeous "Unexpected Song." --David Horiuchi