High Fidelity [Original Broadway Cast]

High Fidelity [Original Broadway Cast]

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Product Details

Release Date:
05/15/2007
Label:
Ghostlight
UPC:
0791558442120
catalogNumber:
84421
Rank:
175696

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Hollis "Bud" Burridge   Trumpet
Randy Landau   Bass
Jeb Brown   Vocals
Antoine Silverman   Violin
Adam Ben-David   Harmonica,Conductor,Keyboards
Dan Willis   Reeds
Kenny Brescia   Guitar
Paul Castree   Vocals
Tom Plotkin   Vocals
Damien Bassman   Percussion,Drums
Justin Brill   Vocals
Peter Sachon   Cello
Michael Aarons   Banjo,Guitar,Mandolin,Sitar
Anne Warren   Vocals
Caren Lyn Manuel   Vocals
Jenn Colella   Vocals
Will Chase   Vocals
Rachel Stern   Vocals
Jay Klaitz   Vocals
George Merrick   Vocals
Matt Caplan   Vocals
J.B. Wing   Vocals
Christian Anderson   Vocals
Kirsten Wyatt   Vocals
Budd Burridge   Trumpet
Matt Gallagher   Organ,Keyboards
Emily Swallow   Vocals
Betsy Morgan   Vocals
Jon Patrick Walker   Vocals
Andrew C. Call   Vocals

Technical Credits

Roger Friedman   Author
Joel Moss   Producer,Engineering
Walter Bobbie   Director
Christopher Gattelli   Choreographer
Terry Teachout   Author
Frank Rizzo   Author
Adam Ben-David   Music Direction
Amanda Green   Lyricist,Liner Notes
Kurt Deutsch   Producer
Damien Bassman   Percussion Arrangement
Stephen Oremus   Vocal Arrangements
Clive Barnes   Author
Nick Hornby   Author
Tom Kitt   Composer
David Lindsay-Abaire   Liner Notes,Book
Brig Berney   Company Manager
Scott A. Moore   Marketing
Theresa Squire   Costume Design
Jacques le Sourd   Author
Randy Merrill   Mastering Associate

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High Fidelity [Original Broadway Cast] 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wonderful music, great lyrics, excellent CD!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Never in my life have I come across an idea so abhorently ridiculous as the High Fidelity musical. This attrocity misses the mark so badly it's not even funny, which at the very least, I was hoping it would be. I'm being serious when I say this: This is the worst thing ever put on record. I can only imagine what this thing looked like on stage. It follows the plot of the book/movie very closely. It doesn't change character names or anything like that. It just manages to take everything that made the book/movie so enjoyable and burn in to the ground. This record is totally and completely unlistenable. Do yourself a favor, pretend you never even heard of this album. It doesn't exist.....