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Frank LoesserGuys & Dolls - Original 1950 Broadway Cast / Where's Charley?

Label:Naxos Musicals – 8.120786
Format:
CD, Remastered, Mono
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Stage & Screen
Style:Score, Musical

Tracklist

Guys & Dolls (Original 1950 Broadway Cast)
1Runyonland Music: Fugue For Tinhorns2:05
2Follow The Fold1:15
3The Oldest Established2:35
4I'll Know3:29
5A Bushel And A Peck1:32
6Adelaide's Lament3:18
7Guys And Dolls2:50
8If I Were A Bell2:53
9My Time Of Day1:55
10I've Never Been In Love Before2:37
11Take Back Your Mink2:52
12More I Cannot Wish You2:29
13Luck Be A Lady3:00
14Sue Me2:25
15Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat2:11
16Marry The Man Today2:53
17Guys And Dolls: Reprise0:38
Alternative Versions
18The Three-Cornered Tune
Lead VocalsDinah Shore
2:49
19Sue Me
Lead VocalsMorey Amsterdam
2:54
Where's Charley? (Various Recordings 1948-1952)
20Once In Love With Amy
ConductorSy Oliver
Lead VocalsRay Bolger
4:19
21Make A Miracle
ConductorSy Oliver
Lead VocalsAllyn Ann McLerie, Ray Bolger
3:29
22The New Ashmolean (Marching Society And Students Conservatory Band)
Lead VocalsJohnny Mercer
2:31
23My Darling, My Darling
Lead VocalsGordon MacRae, Jo Stafford
VocalsThe Starlighters
2:30
24Once In Love With Amy
Lead VocalsNorman Wisdom
3:04
25Make A Miracle
Lead VocalsFrank Loesser, Lynn Loesser
3:03
Neptune's Daughter (1949)
26Baby It's Cold Outside
Lead VocalsFrank Loesser, Lynn Loesser
2:22
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Credits

Notes

Original 78s from the collections of David Lennick and the Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive, Syracuse University.

Producers Note: By the time Guys and Dolls came to Broadway the long-playing record ('LP') had been established as the favoured format for Original Cast Albums, with the 45 RPM version running a distant second and 78s barely noticed. But they still existed, and so most Broadway shows continued to be issued at all 3 speeds through 1953. Luckily so, because many early microgrove recordings were uneven in quality, while the 78 RPM issue of Guys and Dolls, on a near mint Canadian pressing, proved to be the best sounding source for this transfer. Ray Bolger's songs from Where's Charley? were issued as a premium pressing on non-breakable 'Deccalite'. The remaining selections were issued as conventional 78s, but quiet vinyl pressings were often made exclusively for radio stations. The tracks of Dinah Shore, Johnny Mercer and Jo Stafford & Gordon MacRae were transferred from these 'disc jockey' issues, recently found in a private collection.

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