Shout! The Mod Musical [Original Cast Recording]

Shout! The Mod Musical [Original Cast Recording]

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Shout! The Mod Musical [Original Cast Recording]

Shout! The Mod Musical follows five young women growing up in London from 1960 to 1970, setting their lives to the music of British Invasion divas like Lulu, Dusty Springfield, and Petula Clark. Since songs like "I Know a Place," "Don't Sleep in the Subway," and "You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" have a brassy, theatrical sweep anyway, their transition from pop singles to show tunes isn't as jarring as, say, a musical of Bob Dylan or even Billy Joel's songs. The show's gently feminist undercurrents come to the fore on tracks like "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" and "Georgy Girl," and more poignantly so on "You're My World" and "Puppet on a String." Some of the new arrangements of these songs don't quite work: though the singers are all game, the largely a cappella "James Bond Theme/Goldfinger" manages to be silly, but not entertaining, without visuals accompanying it. Most of the songs here appear in recognizable albeit flashier versions that tend to sound like elaborately staged karaoke to anyone unfamiliar with the context of the musical. Nevertheless, this is a nicely done original cast recording that will appeal to fans of Shout! The Mod Musical, even if it doesn't necessarily capture what made these songs so magical in the first place.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/07/2006
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227479121
catalogNumber: 74791

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ira Siegel   Acoustic Guitar,Banjo,Electric Guitar
Bradley Vieth   Synthesizer,Piano,Conductor,Musical Direction
Conrad Korsch   Electric Bass,Bass Guitar,Acoustic Bass
Joe Brady   Percussion,Drums
Christopher Stephens   Synthesizer
Erica Schroeder   Vocals
Julie Dingman Evans   Vocals
Erin Crosby   Vocals
Denise Summerford   Vocals
Marie-France Arcilla   Vocals
Bradley Vieth   Synthesizer,Piano
Marie-France Arcilla   Vocals
Denise Summerford   Vocals
Erica Schroeder   Vocals
Julie Dingman Evans   Vocals
Christopher Stephens   Synthesizer

Technical Credits

Carole King   Composer
Burt Bacharach   Composer
Lee Hazlewood   Composer,Lyricist
Phil Coulter   Composer
Ruthann Friedman   Composer,Lyricist
John Barry   Composer
Don Black   Composer,Lyricist
Leonard Borisoff   Composer
Leslie Bricusse   Composer,Lyricist
Peter Callander   Composer
Hal David   Composer,Lyricist
Lamont Dozier   Composer
Eddie Holland   Composer
John Hurley   Composer
O'Kelly Isley   Composer
Ronald Isley   Composer,Lyricist
Rudolph Isley   Composer,Lyricist
Emanuel Kallins   Producer
Mark London   Composer,Lyricist
Anthony Newley   Composer,Lyricist
Scott Noll   Engineer
Gene Raskin   Composer,Lyricist
Ivor Raymonde   Composer,Lyricist
Steve Skinner   Arranger,Programming,Producer
Ben Weisman   Composer
Ronnie Wilkins   Composer
Gino Paoli   Composer,Lyricist
David Lowenstein   Choreographer,Creation
Jackie Trent   Composer,Lyricist
Umberto Bindi   Composer
Donald Black   Composer,Lyricist
David Gallo   Scenery
Bradley Vieth   Arranger,Orchestration
Dion O'Brien   Lyricist
Phillip George   Director,Creation,Text
Tony Meola   Engineer
Vito Pallavicini   Composer
Mitch Murray   Composer,Lyricist
Jim Dale   Composer
Mike Hawker   Composer
David Dean White   Composer
Kathrin Ayer   Illustrations,Poster Illustration
Philip Heckman   Costume Design
Jana Llynn   Production Stage Manager
Peter Charles Morris   Text
Ronnie Stephen Wilkins   Lyricist
Bill Martin   Composer,Lyricist
Brain Holland   Composer
John David Hurley   Composer
John Madera   Composer
Anthony Peter Hatch   Composer,Lyricist
Chris Andrews   Composer,Lyricist
Roger Miller   Composer,Lyricist
Gerald Clive Westlake   Lyricist
Lee Hazelwood   Composer,Lyricist
David White   Composer
Gerald Coffin   Lyricist
Vicky Wickham   Lyricist
Dion O'Brien   Lyricist

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4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the show.......left the theatre wanting more........with this CD, I now have gotta smile after listening to these great songs......thanks for the memories!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just saw the show last night, and I had a great time. Some wonderful performances. The Goldfinger skit is well worth the price of admission-I laughed so hard. Thank you ladies.