Guys and Dolls [50th Anniversary Cast Recording]

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/6/2001
  • Label: Drg
  • UPC: 021471901726
  • Catalog Number: 19017
  • Sales rank: 210,371


Disc 1
  1. 1 Opening/Fugue For Tinhorns - Lawrence Redmond (4:15)
  2. 2 Follow The Fold - Mission Band (0:59)
  3. 3 The Oldest Established - Lawrence Redmond (2:33)
  4. 4 I'll Know - Diane Sutherland (3:48)
  5. 5 A Bushel And A Peck - Alexandra Foucard (2:40)
  6. 6 Adelaide's Lament - Alexander Foucard (3:27)
  7. 7 Guys And Dolls - Lawrence Redmond (3:04)
  8. 8 If I Were A Bell - Diane Sutherland (2:40)
  9. 9 My Time Of Day - Brian Sutherland (1:26)
  10. 10 I've Never Been In Love Before - Diane Sutherland (2:35)
  11. 11 Take Back Your Mink - Alexandra Foucard (4:09)
  12. 12 More I Cannot Wish You - Tad Ingram (2:31)
  13. 13 The Crapshooter's Dance - Company (2:14)
  14. 14 Luck Be A Lady - Brian Sutherland (3:24)
  15. 15 Sue Me - Alexandra Foucard (2:47)
  16. 16 Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat - Clent Bowers (2:50)
  17. 17 Marry The Man Today - Diane Sutherland (2:25)
  18. 18 Finale/Guys And Dolls - Company (1:18)
  19. 19 Traveling Light (unused) (2:09)
  20. 20 Luck Be A Lady (1:52)
  21. 21 Adelaide (written for film version) (2:18)
  22. 22 Sue Me (2:22)
  23. 23 I'll Know (1:31)
  24. 24 I've Never Been In Love Before (1:34)
  25. 25 Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat (2:03)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael Howell Ensemble, cast
Frank Loesser Piano, Vocals, Track Performer
Dennis Anderson Woodwind
John Beal Bass
John Campo Woodwind
Vincent Della-Rocca Woodwind
Harvey Estrin Woodwind
Lawrence Feldman Woodwind
Joyce Hammann Violin
Chris Jaudes Trumpet
David Kent Ensemble
Dale Kirkland Trombone
Larry Lunetta Trumpet
Eugene J. Moye Cello
Suzanne Ornstein Violin
Larry Pyatt Trumpet
Clay Ruede Cello
Laura Seaton Violin, Concert Master
Ron Sell French Horn
Masako Yanagita Violin
Hot Box Girls Track Performer
Belinda Whitney Violin
Victor Schultz Violin
Carlos López cast
Roderick Roberts Ensemble
Gary Vincent Ensemble
Anthony Post Violin
Scott Schmidt Ensemble
Maurice Hines Track Performer
Cathy Carey Ensemble
Clent Bowers cast
Brian Sutherland Vocals, cast
Diane Sutherland Vocals
Technical Credits
Frank Loesser Lyricist
Hugh Fordin Producer
Teddy Royal Original Orchestrations
Alan Silverman Mastering
Cynthia Daniels Engineer
George Bassman Original Orchestrations
Ken Robertson Choreographer
Carol Rosegg Production Photography
Abe Burrows Book
Danny Kosarin Arranger, Musical Supervision, Music Direction
Paul Tazewell Costume Design
Lorna Ventura Assistant Choreographer
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Didn't rock MY 'boat'

    The only reason I chose this CD of the stage version of Guys and Dolls was because none appeared to be available for the Hollywood movie version. However, had I taken the time to listen to goodly portions of it at one of your stores, instead of purchasing it 'online', I would NOT have bought it. First of all, since I had never seen a stage performance of Guys and Dolls, I was not aware that it is different in many areas in 'book' as well as music. Second of all, the performers who sing on this 50th Anniversary cast recording are unknown to me. Thus, not only did listening to familiar and unfamiliar songs being sung by unfamiliar people kind've throw me, I also could not stop comparing them with the voices (and faces) I had heard (and loved) who sang them in the movie-- and I found that very disconcerting. We all know that Marlon Brando BARELY did what one could call 'singing' in his movie role as Sky Masterson, yet having heard and SEEN young, handsome, macho Brando performing that part -- well, what else can I say?

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