David Merrick Presents Pearl Bailey - Hello, Dolly! - The New Broadway Cast Recording download flac
Carol Channing introduces the all-black cast of HELLO DOLLY! starring Pearl Baily and Jack Benny presents Bailey with a special Tony Award.
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Music and Lyrics by Jerry Herman David Merrick presents Carol Channing The New Musical Hello, Dolly! Sheet Music 1963. Find this Pin and more on Set The Record Straight, Theatre & Movie Recordings by Hello, Danny!. Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Carol Channing Original Cast Recording Columbia Record LP Electronically Re-Channeled For STEREO Collectors' Series 1950.
Hello, Dolly! (New Broadway Cast Recording). When Pearl Bailey assumed the role on Broadway, however, she created yet another critical sensation with Jerry Herman's first major musical-not only because it was an all-black cast, setting off a long-running trend; and because the great Cab Calloway came out of retirement to play Horace Vanderbilt; but mainly because "Miss Pearlie Mae" brought her own famous ad-libbing. personality to the role, creating a most interesting interpretation that is immortalized on this recording. David Merrick's 1967 novel all-black revamp of Jerry Herman's musicalization of Thorton Wilder play The Matchmaker. The incandescent late Pearl Bailey(Arms and the Girl, House Of Flowers, Carmen Jones-film, etc) is a dynamo as the meddling Dolly Levi Gallagher.
Hello, Dolly! Pearl Bailey. The great (and often hated) producer David Merrick astonished the Broadway community in 1967 when he announced that he was going to completely remount Hello Dolly! with an all Black cast. Hello, Dolly! (The New 1994 Cast Recording). Dear World (Original Broadway Cast). Dear World" Original Broadway Cast. Overtures of Broadway (Original Orchestrations).
feat: Hello Dolly Cast Ensemble, David Hyde Pierce.
Thanks to the wily producer David Merrick, Hello, Dolly! mastered the art of star recasting, running a then-record seven years thanks to the arrival of Ethel Merman, Ginger Rogers and other notables to the title role, along with one pathbreaking top-to-bottom replacement of the entire company. For a variety of reasons, Hello, Dolly! survived and even flourished with a wide array of Dollys. Pearl Bailey, who led an all-black cast in the musical. The New York Times theater critic Clive Barnes attended the show and called it a Broadway triumph for the history book. ailey took the whole musical in her hands and swung it around her neck as easily as if it were a feather boa. She would win a special Tony Award for the role, returning to it for a brief Dolly revival in 1975.
Hello, Dolly! was first produced on Broadway by David Merrick in 1964, winning 10 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. This set a record which the play held for 37 years. The show album Hello, Dolly! An Original Cast Recording was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002. The album reached number one on the Billboard album chart on June 6, 1964, and was replaced the next week by Louis Armstrong's album Hello, Dolly!. The show has become one of the most enduring musical theater hits, with four Broadway revivals and international success.
American Idiot: The Original Broadway Cast Recording is an album by the cast of American Idiot and Green Day. In September 2009, American Idiot began its run in the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, California. After two extensions, it was transferred to the St. James Theatre on Broadway. The first single from the album, "21 Guns" was released on December 3, 2009. The album also includes "When It's Time", a previously unreleased song written by Billie Joe Armstrong.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Put on Your Sunday Clothes by Jack Crowder, Winston DeWitt Hemsley, Pearl Bailey and Roger Lawson (1967). Put on Your Sunday Clothes by Gavin Creel, Taylor Trensch, Bette Midler and Will Burton feat. Melanie Moore, Hello, Dolly!
|2||–Pearl Bailey And Company*||I Put My Hand In||2:55|
|3||–Cab Calloway And Company*||It Takes A Woman||2:31|
|4||–Jack Crowder, Winston DeWitt Hemsley, Pearl Bailey And Roger Lawson||Put On Your Sunday Clothes||4:02|
|5||–Emily Yancey||Ribbons Down My Back||2:52|
|6||–Pearl Bailey, Emily Yancey And Chris Calloway||Motherhood||1:43|
|7||–Pearl Bailey, Jack Crowder, Winston DeWitt Hemsley And Emily Yancey||Dancing||4:22|
|8||–Pearl Bailey And Company*||Before The Parade Passes By||3:20|
|9||–Emily Yancey, Jack Crowder, Chris Calloway And Winston DeWitt Hemsley||Elegance||2:14|
|10||–Pearl Bailey And Company*||Hello, Dolly!||5:46|
|11||–Jack Crowder, Emily Yancey And Company*||It Only Takes A Moment||3:01|
|12||–Pearl Bailey||So Long Dearie||3:00|
|13||–Cab Calloway, Pearl Bailey And Company*||Finale||4:05|
- Engineer – Ernie Oelrich*, Paul Goodman
- Music By, Lyrics By – Jerry Herman
- Music Director – Saul Schechtman
- Producer – Andy Wiswell, George R. Marek
- Remastered By – Didier C. Deutsch
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