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Bajour (1964 Original Broadway Cast)
Walter Marks, Chita Rivera, Robert Burt
Bajour (1964 Original Broadway Cast)
Genres: Soundtracks, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
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All Artists: Walter Marks, Chita Rivera, Robert Burt
Title: Bajour (1964 Original Broadway Cast)
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Sony
Original Release Date: 1/1/1964
Re-Release Date: 10/5/1993
Album Type: Cast Recording
Genres: Soundtracks, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
Style: Musicals
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 074644820829, 074644820843

CD Reviews

THE perfect example of the minor broadway musical
Jonathan Lapin | Brooklyn, NY USA | 01/25/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"a generation ago -- or two -- the broadway musical season would usually produce one blockbuster, several flops, and 2 or 3 "nice shows" that would play to theatre parties and tourists and show queens, and then after six months to a year, close at a modest profit or a modest loss.BAJOUR is a classic of this type of show. it is replete with almost hilarious comedy songs, and almost lovely ballads. its ambitions were modest, but it accomplished them 100%. and there are some great performances here by broadway legend chita rivera, and the sadly ignored and underrated nancy dussault.if you expect every show to be MY FAIR LADY, this album is not for you. but if you want to spend a thoroughly enjoyable hour listening to what the broadway musical once was, you cannot do better than BAJOUR!"
Catchy tunes with two star turns. | San Juan | 11/23/1998
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Chita Rivera and Nancy Dussault are the stars of this show. The score isn't wonderful, but there are plenty of tunes to keep you humming. Two songs, "Mean" and "I Can," demonstrate why Ms Rivera has been a plus for any musical production"
Robert F. Powers | Quincy, Ma USA | 12/09/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Bajour had most of all the ingredients for a successful show. Talented cast, colorful costumes, witty scenery, tuneful and lively songs, torrid choreography and the fantastic and uncannily thrilling dancing of Chita Rivera who single-handedly nearly caused a fire alarm from the sparks shooting from her heels. The problem which could not be solved was the book which was too convaluted and had a premise stretched beyond the breaking point. Nancy Dussault as Emily is a student who in order to obtain a degree in anthropology must write a thesis on the primitive customs of a tribe. She settles on a "tribe' of Gypsies in NYC and that was the stretch that stopped the show from becoming a hit and a shame it is to anyone who hears the delightful score. The cd is now out of print but worthwhile for theatre buffs if it becomes available again but unfortunatly the fiery dancing of Ms Rivera (on the numbers 'The Haggle' 'Mean' 'Bajour' and 'The Sew-up' the last not on the cd because it is a dance number only)can't be appreciated."