Sunset Boulevard

Sunset Boulevard

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by Glenn Close

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Product Details

Release Date:
Decca Broadway


Disc 1

  1. Overture/I Guess It Was 5 A.M.  - Alan Campbell
  2. Let's Have Lunch
  3. Every Movie's a Circus
  4. Car Chase
  5. At The House On Sunset
  6. Surrender
  7. With One Look
  8. Salome
  9. The Greatest Star of All
  10. Every Movie's a Circus (Reprise)
  11. Girl Meets Boy  - Alan Campbell
  12. Back At The House On Sunset  - Alan Campbell
  13. New Ways to Dream
  14. Completion Of The Script  - Alan Campbell
  15. The Lady's Paying
  16. New Year's Eve  - Alan Campbell
  17. The Perfect Year  - Alan Campbell
  18. This Time Next Year
  19. New Year's Eve (Back At The House On Sunset)

Disc 2

  1. Entr'acte
  2. Sunset Boulevard  - Alan Campbell
  3. There's Been A Call/Journey To Paramount
  4. As If We Never Said Goodbye
  5. Paramount Conversations/Surrender (Reprise)
  6. Girl Meets Boy (Reprise)  - Alan Campbell
  7. Eternal Youth Is Worth A Little Suffering
  8. Who's Betty Schaefer?  - Alan Campbell
  9. Betty's Office At Paramount  - Alan Campbell
  10. Too Much In Love To Care  - Alan Campbell
  11. New Ways to Dream (Reprise)
  12. The Phone Call
  13. The Final Scene  - Alan Campbell

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Glenn Close   Primary Artist,Vocals,Track Performer,Spoken Word
Original Cast Recording   Indexed Contributor
Andrew Lloyd Webber   Performing Ensemble
Brenton Banks   Violin
Stewart Blumberg   Trumpet
Amick Byram   Vocals
David Caddick   Musical Direction
David Cullen   Performing Ensemble
Christine Ermacoff   Cello
Charles Everett   Violin
Jean Hugo   Violin
Mark Morales   Vocals
Karie Prescott   Viola
Roger Steinman   Keyboards
Helain Wittenberg   Viola
John Wittenberg   Concert Master
Peter Woodford   Guitar
Marilyn L. Johnson   French Horn
Judy Kuhn   Vocals,Track Performer,Spoken Word
Donald Williams   Percussion,Drums
Alan Johnson   Bass Trombone
George Hearn   Vocals,Track Performer,Spoken Word
Norm Hughes   Violin
Paul Bogaev   Conductor
Ed Evanko   Vocals,Spoken Word
Tom Robbins   Vocals
Carol Anderson   Keyboards
Alicia Irving   Vocals
Alan Campbell   Vocals,Track Performer,Spoken Word
Eun Mee Ahn   Violin
Nathan Campbell   French Horn
Larry Hughes   Woodwind
Tom Alan Robbins   Vocals,Spoken Word
Peter Slutsker   Vocals
Matthew Dickens   Vocals
Rick Podell   Vocals
Vincent Tumeo   Vocals
Steven Cahill   Keyboards
Heather Lockwood   Woodwind
David Stenski   Violin
Sandra Allen   Vocals
Lauren Kennedy   Vocals
Anastasia Barzee   Vocals

Technical Credits

Andrew Lloyd Webber   Composer,Producer,Engineering
Don Black   Composer,Lyricist,Book
David Caddick   Direction,Musical Supervision
Bob Fernandez   Engineer
Robin Sellars   Cast Engineer
Nigel Wright   Producer,Engineering
Simon Eadon   Mastering
Christopher Hampton   Composer,Lyricist,Book
Carol Anderson   Contributor

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Sunset Boulevard 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have always been a big Andrew Lloyd Webber fan, ever since I heard the original broadway cast recording of "Phantom." I have never had the opportunity to see "Sunset," as it debuted in the 80's, which is really a shame. But i stumbled across the soundtrack at the library one day, and rented it out. The music is so intense! Captivating and spine-tingling from beginning to end, i had to listen to the entire thing in ONE sitting! Glenn Close (who KNEW she could sing!?) was perfect for the role of Norma Desmond- she had that commanding, domineering persona DOWN COLD! Some of the best pieces are when she's just ranting and raving (The Lady's Paying, The Final Shot)!!! But the very best piece of the entire score is the title- "Sunset Boulevard." It's so fast-paced and intense, with such a catchy melody, that i had to buy the piano music! Overall, 5 stars!!! BUY THIS CD!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you want to hear a Broadway edition of an Andrew Lloyd Webber Musical at its worst, then this is the cast album you should get. Glenn Close just doesn't have the voice or the looks to play the role, but to add insult to injury, there is foul language sprinkled in this album makes it VERY sickening to listen too. Only New York can take the music of Andrew Lloyd Webber and make it unfit for decent people to listen to and appreciate!!!! Actually this should get ZERO(0)STAR RATING!!!