Storyville: Musicals About. Storyville: Musicals About.
Storyville: Musicals About.
Storyville is Robbie Robertson's second solo album. It is focused on the famous jazz homeland section of New Orleans and on that part of the South in particular. He contributed one song ("Breakin' the Rules") to Wim Wenders' soundtrack to his 1991 film, Until the End of the World. All songs written by Robbie Robertson unless otherwise indicated. Night Parade" – 5:05.
Side Show: Original Cast Recording. I'm Not That Girl - Single.
Barry Is Going to Prom.
Style: Musical/Original CastDuration: Album. The Musicals Collection - The Baker's Wife - CD Album - 12 Tracks - 1995. Genre: Soundtracks & Musicals. Style: Musical/Original Cast.
Genre: Soundtracks & Musicals. The Secret Garden Aust Soundtrack CD – Anthony Warlow. Race You To The Top Of The Morning – Anthony Warlow.
From AustraliaGenre: Soundtracks & MusicalsStyle: Musical/Original CastDuration: Album. David Campbell - On Broadway CD Album in VG Condition. Pre-loved CD in VG condition.
Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards" runs the famous observation by Kierkegaard, but in a sense it also applies to the making of this "musical about musicals," which draws on the life and work of Ed Kleban. Though already assured of a place in musical theater's pantheon for having written the lyrics to the pathbreaking A Chorus Line, Kleban was far more than a one-hit wonder. A CLASS ACT is one of the more unusual musicals produced in the past few decades, a tribute to the works of a man who is known essentially for just one piece, but that one groundbreaking - A CHORUS LINE. This musical is basically a collection of trunk songs, unpublished songs, etc. by Kleban and was put together in his memory after his death.
Title: Original Cast Album: Company (1970). Pennebaker, the now-legendary documentarian, filmed the production of the original cast recording, the back and forth between Sondheim and the performers, and the dynamic of trying to record live performance. The film climaxes with Elaine Stritch's performance of "The Ladies Who Lunch". The show won 6 Tony Awards including "Best Musical" and ran for two years on Broadway.