The Songs That Got Away

The Songs That Got Away

by Sarah BrightmanSarah Brightman


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Sarah Brightman's The Songs That Got Away delivers what the title promises: a collection of 14 of Brightman's favorite songs that are more obscure to the general public. These little-known show tunes include works by Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim, Noël Coward, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and other great songwriters, making this album worthwhile not only for Brightman fans, but musical theater historians as well.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/16/1999
Label: Decca Broadway
UPC: 0042283911628
catalogNumber: 839116
Rank: 69711

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sarah Brightman   Primary Artist,Vocals
Barbara Thompson   Saxophone
Marvin Hamlisch   Conductor
Capt. Dave Beer   Piano
Harry Rabinowitz   Conductor
Michael Reed   Conductor
Stephen Hill   Choir, Chorus
Geoffrey Eales   Piano
Ritchie Pits   Vocals

Technical Credits

Andrew Lloyd Webber   Producer,Orchestration,Adaptation
Peter Matz   Orchestration
Steve Walsh   Composer
Luther Henderson   Orchestration
Marvin Hamlisch   Producer
Sheridan Morley   Liner Notes
Tony Cox   Orchestration,Adaptation
David Cullen   Orchestration
Dick Hazard   Orchestration
Martin Levan   Engineer
Steve Margoshes   Orchestration
Thomas Z. Shepard   Engineer
Firooz Zahedi   Sleeve Photo
Laurence Roman   Adaptation

Customer Reviews

The Songs That Got Away 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I purchased to CD to fill out my immense collection of Sarah Brightman disks and found it rather disappointing, there are a few good tracks, but not a single exceptional song on the entire disk.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sarah has a moving, angelic voice, but even that cannot save these boring songs from being anything but comatose. I liked the Three-Cornered Tune and Mr. Monotony, but the rest were duds. I appreciate classic music, but there is no excuse for these drab, colorless, uninspired selections. She can do much better, and I wish she had... Because I am wishing I had left this CD at the store. Disappointing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Sarah Brightman has a lovely voice, that gives life to this songs. Most are absolutely delightful, and entrancing! The only track I always skip is Lud's Wedding. I have looked at other reviews here, and it seems that nobody likes that track. Still this is one of my favorite Sarah Brightman Cds.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this CD. These are good songs (Lud's wedding being the exception) extracted from mediocre shows. Sarah Brightman's voice is pure and angelic... especially on ''Chi Il Bel Sogno Di Doretta''. My favorites however, are ''Meadowlark'' and ''Dreamers''. If you don't like it after the first listen....... listen to it again.
1Atomic More than 1 year ago
I was bowled over when I first heard this marvelous CD by the great Miss Brightman! What a brilliant selection of outstanding songs. There is no one quite like this versatile entertainer. You will like Brightman's awesome collection if you enjoy any of the recommended music by the wonderful women I listed here. "Songs That Got Away" is an album that is a must for your music library. A nice CD to play on the stereo at home or in the car, but I have received many compliments piping these classic songs into my office waiting room and over the speaker system at cocktail receptions and parties.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this album on cassette many years ago and was overcome with the purity of her voice and the catchiness of the songs. Of course, this was the only cassette in my entire collection that broke. I've sent my husband Xmas shopping for 4 years to replace it - no luck! Thank God I'll hear it once again!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Now, this album used to be 'no longer made' in recent years. However, its production and availability in certain music stores has been revived. There are several songs which are charming (I particularly like the song 'Meadowlark') and some which aren't my favorites (like 'Lud's Wedding'), but on the whole, fans of Sarah Brightman probably won't care.
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