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Taboo [Original Broadway Cast]
     

Taboo [Original Broadway Cast]

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Product Details

Release Date:
05/25/2004
Label:
Drg
UPC:
0021471477320
catalogNumber:
94773
Rank:
264764

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

David Kuhn   Bass
Ted Mook   Cello
John McDaniel   Background Music
Charles Pillow   Reeds
Daniel A. Weiss   Guitar,Keyboards
Kevan Frost   Guitar
Jennifer Cody   cast
Nathan Peck   cast
Sarah Uriarte Berry   cast
Gregory Treco   cast
Jeffrey Carlson   cast
Sean Carney   Violin
Liz McCartney   cast
Donnie R. Keshawarz   cast
Euan Morton   cast
Raúl Esparza   cast
George O'Dowd   cast
Arthur Dibble   Viola
Curtis Holbrook   cast

Technical Credits

Boy George   Composer,Concept
Mark Davies   Book
Frank Filipetti   Engineer
Steve Margoshes   Orchestration
Mike Nicholls   Costume Design
John Themis   Composer
Richie Stevens   Composer
Charles Bush   Book
John McDaniel   Producer,Vocal Arrangements,Dance Arrangement
Tim Goodchild   Scenic Design
Rosie O'Donnell   Audio Production
Kevan Frost   Composer,Producer
Christopher Renshaw   Director,Concept
Jonathan Deans   Sound Design

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Taboo [Original Broadway Cast] 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Awesome CD! The cast is awesome, including Euan Morton's ''Stranger in This World.'' Boy George is funny when he talks on ''Ich Bin Kunst.'' I love it when he says ''Ich bin kunst, uh.'' I think he should do that when he sings his songs because it's one of the things he likes to do. The cast also does some big Culture Club hits including ''Karma Chameleon,'' and ''Church of the Poison Mind.'' AWESOME!! Love you George!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is the TABOO CD to get!! I LOVE this CD! If you've read my review for the London CD, then you know that I think it is HORRABLE!!