Orchestra – The 42nd Street Orchestra. Orchestrated By – Philip J. Lang. Photography By – Hugh Hamilton (3). Producer, Engineer – Bruce Brown (2). Supervised By, Producer – Peter Casey. Vocals – Barry Quin, Nancye Hayes, Toni Lamond. 1989 BMG Arista, Ariola Limited.
Original soundtrack albums and cast/show albums by solo artists, groups and various artist compilations are eligible. This includes recordings of existing or planned theatrical productions and soundtracks, scores and underscores for existing or planned film and television productions. Compilation soundtracks must contain over 50% of previously unreleased material by tracks and/or time and all artists must meet the artist eligibility criteria The ARIA Award for Best Original Albu.
A cast recording is a recording of a stage musical that is intended to document the songs as they were performed in the show and experienced by the audience. An original cast recording or OCR, as the name implies, features the voices of the show's original cast. A cast recording featuring the first cast to perform a musical in a particular venue is known, for example, as an "original Broadway cast recording" (OBCR) or an "original London cast recording".
Jesus Christ Superstar or Jesus Christ Superstar – Original Australian Cast Recording is an album released in late 1972 on MCA Records. Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock opera created by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1970. The earliest Australian version was staged from May 1972 to February 1974. This album features Trevor White (as Jesus), Jon English (as Judas) and Michele Fawdon (as Mary Magdalene). Together with other cast members, they performed vocals for a studio recording.
TITLE added to MP3 cart. 42nd Street (Original Cast Recording). Original Broadway Cast of 42nd Street. The singers were perfectly cast for their roles: Jerry Orbach shone as Marsh, Tammy Grimes breathed life into the fading but still proud Dorothy, and newcomer Wanda Reichert was wonderful as the awkward yet talented Peggy; her cracked voice was reminiscent of Ruby Keeler's.
42nd Street the film, released in 1933, restored the fortunes of the movie musical, with its backstage story of a Broadway producer putting on a show that made a neophyte an overnight star, set to songs written by composer Harry Warren and lyricist Al Dubin Gold Diggers of 1933; "Dames" from Dames; "Lullaby of Broadway" from Gold Diggers of 1935; "About a Quarter to Nine" and "Go into Your Dance" from Go into Your Dance; "Sunny Side to Every Situation" (lyrics by Johnny Mercer) from Hard to Get; and "Getting Out of Town," a slightly rewritten version of "Gotta Go to Town" (lyrics by Mort Dixon) from The. Laugh Parade. Also performed on-stage, but missing from the album, is "I Know Now" from The Singing Marine.
|1||Overture / Audition||5:28|
|2||Young And Healthy||0:51|
|4||Go Into Your Dance||3:26|
|5||You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me||2:06|
|6||Getting Out Of Town||1:38|
|8||I Only Have Eyes For You||2:28|
|9||We're In The Money||3:31|
|10||There's A Sunny Side To Every Situation||2:23|
|11||Lullaby Of Broadway||5:08|
|12||About A Quarter To Nine||2:37|
|13||Shuffle Off To Buffalo||3:59|
|VRL1 0812||Various||42nd Street (The Australian Cast Recording) (LP, Album)||RCA Red Seal||VRL1 0812||Australia||1989|