Fix [Original London Cast]

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/10/2008
  • Label: First Night Records
  • EAN: 5014636206229
  • Catalog Number: 62

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Peter Lee Keyboards
Steve Price Bass Guitar
John Barrowman Vocals
David Bardsley Vocals
David Firth Vocals
Bogdan Kominowski Vocals
Philip Quast Vocals
Steve Topping Guitar
Richard D. Sharp Vocals
Archie Preston Vocals
Chris Holt Vocals
John Partridge Vocals
Carrie Ellis Vocals
Hannah Tollman Vocals
Krysten Cummings Vocals
Mark Frendo Vocals
Kathryn Evans Vocals
Steve Rushton Percussion
Technical Credits
Pete Townshend Liner Notes
David Caddick Producer
Nicholas Allott Executive Producer
David Hunt Engineer
Sam Mendes Director
Charles Augins Choreographer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wonderful recording

    All and all, this recording is wonderful: showcasing great talent, music, and wonderully biting & amusing lyrics. But the best part of this album, hands down, is Philip Quast's Grahame Chandler - it is well worth getting the album just to listen to his 'First Came Mercy'. This is a great recording I would recommend to any fan of musical theatre, political satire, or the great and almighty M

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    I first heard the song ''One, Two, Three'' on the PBS special ''Hey, Mr. Producer!'' and soon after a friend recommended the CD. On my first hearing I became a Fix Fanatic. The music has wonderful variety, but what grabs me most are the incredible characters the songs reveal. Cal's ''One, Two, Three'' is simultaneously sarcastic, biting, and haunting, revealing a young man who wants desperately to be indifferent and cynical to protect himself. ''Embrace Tomorrow'' introduces what I consider the funniest and most intriguing pair of characters in musical theatre, Grahame and Violet Chandler, who hate each other's guts but need each other to achieve their goals. ''Control'' and ''America's Son'' are perfect political satire, the former introducing Reed Chandler, the epitome of Politician as song-and-dance man. And I can't watch a political ad anymore without singing, ''The economy, crime, taxes!'' The hymn-like ''I See the Future'' not only shows how well Grahame has groomed Cal for his role, but is a potent commentary on the slick, sentimental speeches by which we Americans love to be seduced. ''Dangerous Games'' has serpentine humor. ''Two Guys at Harvard'' gives us the details of how the Machavellian trio of Grahame, Reed and Violet came to form their alliance, set to a tongue-in-cheek vaudevillian score with bite in its laugh. But nothing can perpare you for Philip Quast's Grahame in ''First Came Mercy.'' I've heard a lot of musical theatre scores, and that song is by far one of the most powerful, in music, voice, and emotional impact, to be found. It's no wonder both actors who played Grahame Chandler won awards for the role. Cal's song, ''Child's Play'' and Violet's ''Spin'' add deeper dimension to these complicated characters. Even if politcal satire isn't your cup of tea, these characters as revealed in these songs are definitely worth meeting. Take advantage of Barnes & Noble's lower prices and buy ''The Fix!'' If you're a fan of musical theatre, or even of political satire, you won't regret it!

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