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Fosse (Original Broadway Cast Recording)


Download links and information about Fosse (Original Broadway Cast Recording) by Original Broadway Cast. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Theatre/Soundtrack genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:18:36 minutes.

Artist: Original Broadway Cast
Release date: 1969
Genre: Theatre/Soundtrack
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:18:36
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No. Title Length
1. Prologue / Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (featuring Valarie Pettiford) 2:31
2. Fosse's World (featuring Company) 3:00
3. Bye Bye Blackbird (featuring Valarie Pettiford) 3:40
4. Big Spender (featuring Valarie Pettiford) 4:19
5. Crunchy Granola (featuring Brad Anderson & Eugene Fleming) 7:25
6. Dancin' Man (featuring Unknown) 5:46
7. Steam Heat (featuring Alex Sanchez, Jane Lanier) 4:03
8. I Gotcha (featuring Shannon Lewis) 3:58
9. Rich Man's Frug (featuring Unknown) 3:40
10. Silky Thoughts / Cool Hand Luke (featuring The Orchestra) 3:35
11. Dancin' Dan (Me and My Shadow) (featuring Eugene Fleming) 3:10
12. Nowadays (featuring Alex Sanchez, Valarie Pettiford, Jane Lanier) 3:32
13. Hot Honey Rag (featuring Valarie Pettiford, Jane Lanier) 1:42
14. Take Off With Us (featuring Patrick S. Brady) 1:36
15. Razzle Dazzle (featuring Kim Morgan Greene) 1:50
16. Who's Sorry Now? (featuring Rachelle Rak) 1:11
17. There'll Be Some Changes Made (featuring Jane Lanier, Kim Morgan Greene) 1:35
18. Mr. Bojangles (featuring Sergio Trujillo & Andy Blankenbuehler) 6:13
19. Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Reprise) (featuring Valarie Pettiford) 2:40
20. Sing, Sing, Sing, Pt. 1 (featuring Valarie Pettiford, Patrick S. Brady) 4:02
21. Sing, Sing, Sing, Pt. 2 (featuring Eugene Fleming, Patrick S. Brady, Scott Wise) 9:08



1776 is a rather odd concept for a musical, chronicling the signing of the Declaration of Independence. It works better than it should, however, in that it gives life and character to these immensely famous names whom everyone has learned about in history class. Despite it being the tale of the Congress, the two strongest songs are saved for peripheral characters — Martha Jefferson gets "He Plays the Violin," and an unnamed courier sings the heart-wrenching "Momma Look Sharp." The original Broadway cast recording of 1776 is very strong as a whole, with particularly notable performances by Betty Buckley, Clifford David, and Ronald Holgate. The majority of the cast heard here went on to reprise their roles in the movie version, with the exception being the Benjamin Franklin character. Rex Everhart was the understudy who took over when Howard Da Silva was unable to complete the recording.