Godspell

Godspell

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Product Details

Release Date:
01/31/2012
Label:
Ghostlight
UPC:
0791558445626
catalogNumber:
84456
Rank:
50114

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Shannon Ford   Drums
Andrew Williams   Guitar
John Ondrasik   Piano,Vocals
Randy Cooke   Drums
George Salazar   cast
Mikal Blue   Bass
Michael Aarons   Guitar
Telly Leung   cast
Wallace Smith   cast
Lindsay Mendez   cast
Matt Hinkley   Guitar,Keyboards,Background Vocals
Anna Maria Perez de Tagle   cast
Celisse Henderson   cast
Thad DeBrock   Guitar
Nick Blaemire   cast
Morgan James   cast
Steve Millhouse   Bass
Hunter Parrish   cast
Uzo Aduba   cast

Technical Credits

Paul Shaffer   Liner Notes
Peggy Gordon   Composer
Andrew Williams   Producer
John Ondrasik   Producer
Carol Rosegg   Inside Photo
Lawrence Manchester   Producer,Engineer
Stephen Schwartz   Composer,Lyricist,Producer,Liner Notes
Michael Holland   Producer
Kurt Deutsch   Producer
Mikal Blue   Producer
Chris Allen   Pro-Tools
Clifford Bax   Composer,Lyricist
Jay Hamburger   Composer,Lyricist
Thomas Benson Pollock   Composer,Lyricist
Gloria Kaba   Pro-Tools
Ken Davenport   Executive Producer
Jane M. Campbell   Composer,Lyricist
David Edward Byrd   Cover Art

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Godspell 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TheInfamousKev More than 1 year ago
Now here's a refreshing piece of Broadway magic! There seriously isn't a weak link in this cast. No one who'd make you cringe, no one who'd make you question why they're there. Everyone in this cast is hands-down amazing! They give their all to each song without belting it out so over the top that it makes a mockery of the whole project. From Lindsay and Hunter to Uzo and Telly and everyone in between, this is the perfect cast of Godspell. They've taken a Broadway classic and breathed new light and life into it. Most would complain that they changed the music, the feeling, etc. when there was no need to. While there was no inherent need to change the show, the revival is beautiful and the changes made are beautifully done. Hunter's version of "Beautiful City" is an incredible take on an amazing song. Yes, the lyrics are 95% different and the tempo is slowed down a bit but there's a ton of soul and emotion in this piece. Lindsay tears the roof off of the Circle in the Square nightly with her chop-busting Bless the Lord. I love the Original Cast and the movie cast, now I can say I love the revival cast too. There's energy here, and lots of it. The show looks incredible. I only hope that I can make it out to NYC to see it (I'm crossing my fingers that they ProShoot this one like they did Rent and Memphis, that would be amazing!). Stephen Schwartz is incredibly proud, and you can tell. and by listening to this album, he should be. They should all be proud of the beautiful music they've made here!!!