Anything Goes

Anything Goes

by John McGlinn
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Product Details

Release Date: 05/08/1990
Label: Emi Classics
UPC: 0077774984829
catalogNumber: 49848

Album Credits

Performance Credits

John McGlinn   Primary Artist,Conductor
London Symphony Orchestra   Performing Ensemble,Track Performer
Ambrosian Chorus   Track Performer
Frederica Von Stade   Vocals,Track Performer
Kim Criswell   Vocals,Track Performer
John McCarthy   Choir Master
Cole Porter   Track Performer
Bruce Hubbard   Vocals,cast
Girls   Track Performer
Cris Groenendaal   Vocals,Track Performer
Simon Green   Vocals,Track Performer
Jack Gilford   Vocals,Track Performer
Michael B. Wailing   cast
Rebecca Caine   Vocals,Track Performer
Bryan Landrine   Vocals,cast
Judy Green   cast
Chorus   Track Performer
Ambrosian Opera Chorus   Choir, Chorus

Technical Credits

London Symphony Orchestra   Contributor
John McGlinn   Liner Notes
Ambrosian Chorus   Contributor
Frederica Von Stade   Contributor
Robert Russell Bennett   Orchestration,Original Orchestrations
Kim Criswell   Contributor
John Kurlander   Engineer
John McCarthy   Contributor
Larry Moore   Arranger
Cole Porter   Lyricist
Jay David Saks   Producer
Russell Warner   Arranger,Orchestration
P.G. Wodehouse   Contributor
Cris Groenendaal   Contributor
Hans Spialek   Orchestration,Original Orchestrations
Miles Kreuger   Liner Notes,Annotation,Synopsis
John Fraser   Producer
Robert Kimball   Liner Notes
Simon Green   Contributor
Jack Gilford   Contributor
Bob Murdock   Illustrations
Michael B. Wailing   Contributor
Reginald "Guy" Bolton   Contributor
Michel Roubinet   translation

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Cole Porter: Anything Goes 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
While this recording follows very closely the original score, it is very tame compared to some of the other versions available. My personal favourite is the 1987 New Broadway Cast Recording of the revival starring Patti LuPone. Although LuPone's voice is shrill and most often annoying, the arrangements are upbeat, classy, and just downright fun compared to this recording. This recording's arrangements are almost all very slow and melodious. However, Kim Criswell is easily the best Reno that I have ever heard and she makes up for the slow arrangements. This disc comes with a 70 page book that is very informative. It includes: rare interviews, the 1934 playbill, lyrics, plot summaries for each seperate scene, and info about each song.