Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Andrew Lloyd Webber, Murray Head, Yvonne Elliman|
The Very Best Of Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Broadway Collection
Genres: Pop, Rock, Soundtracks, Classical, Broadway & Vocalists
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Great songs, ok performers
ChiefSanch | New Hartford, New York United States | 08/05/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The songs truly are his greatest, but I would've chosen different performers. #1. Should have been from the Movie Soundtrack, Carl's version is immortal.
#2. It's Yvonne, it's her song, she's great.
#3. Sarah is great on Don't Cry For Me Argentia, wonderful epic song and Webber's most popular.
#4. Mandy Patinkin is one of the greatest male singers ever. This is my favorite song on this compilation. He has the most beautiful voice. Patti LuPone is good too.
#5. Betty Buckley's Eight Is Enough producer once told her she didn't have that good of a voice and she would never be a singer. I wonder if he's listened to this yet. She is nothing short if incredible.
#6. Terrence Mann: most unexpected musical actor ever and he is brilliant. Fun song.
#7. Just a beautiful song, I love this.
#8. Michael Ball in his signature song from Aspects of Love.
#9. It's The Phatnom of the Opera, I don't have to say anything else. Oh yeah, it's Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman too.#10. The Music of the Night is Phantom's best song.
#11. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again is Sarah's best song from the Phantom Original Cast Recording.
#12. Any Dream Will Do is a good song but I hate Michael Damien. I just can't forget "Blue jean baby queen..."
#13. Close Every Door is a perfect song for Donnie and this is the show's best song.
14. I have to at least give Glenn credit for trying to do this show.
15. Sunset Boulevard is a great song, Alan has a powerful voice.16. As If We Never Said Goodbye is great, but Barbara used it to build her ego in her back to Broadway show.
17. By Jeeves is the theme song from the great and fun musical no one heard of.
18. Gus: The Theatre Cat - The immortal, thought now dead John Gielgud. Truly a treasure.This gets my highest recommendation."
Excellent, but not perfect.
sloopy | 07/22/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"For a beginner, this CD introduced me to many of the Lloyd Webber musicals that I would grow to love. From Michael Crawford's passionate portrayal of the Phantom in the Phantom of the Opera to Michael Ball's star-struck love ballads of Aspects of Love, to the surprising version of Close Every Door sung by Donny Osmond, this CD is perhaps the greatest of all the Andrew Lloyd Webber's Greatest Hits. However, I felt that Memory, the signature song from the longest running musical on Broadway, Cats, lacked attention, attention that was duly needed. The CD also lacked some selections from Starlight Express and Jesus Christ's emotional cry of Gethsemane (I Only Want to Say). For a beginning enthusiast in musical theatre to the well-experienced veteran, this CD eliminates the hassle of carrying all of the original broadway albums and the terrible background snake-like hiss of recording onto cassettes. Buy Mr. Llyod Webber's music!(Oh I almost forgot, for all you Streisand fans out there, the album includes her fabulous rendition of As if We Never Said Goodbye)"
A Must Have for an Introduction to Andrew Lloyd Webber
sloopy | 03/16/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This collection is great for those who are beginning to experience the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber. I have grown up with some of the music, but there is quite a bit of it that I did not know. This album gives you a taste of each musical and will hopefully lead you on to the Soundtracks as it did for me. The album even includes a musical that is not well known: "By Jeeves." The title song that is included is so catchy, one cannot help but want to hear the rest of its soundtrack. From "Memory" to "Superstar" to "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," this soundtrack includes the best of the best. For those just beginning to explore Broadway, this is a must have!"