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Anything Goes Audiolibro, CD

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  • CD de audio (3 de octubre de 2011)
  • Número de discos: 1
  • Formato: Audiolibro, CD
  • Sello: Ghostlight
  • Valoración media de los clientes: 5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas  Ver todas las opiniones (1 opinión de cliente)
  • Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº89.507 en Música (Ver el Top 100 en Música)

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Todas esas grandes canciones de Cole Porter del musical Anything Goes que todo el mundo conoce tan bien: I get a kick out of you, You're the top, It's de-lovely, Anything Goes reeditadas.

La grabación es buena y se oye estupendamente bien.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Sutton Foster version of "Anything Goes" 28 de diciembre de 2011
Por Bennett I. Bardfeld - Publicado en
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This is the fourth cast recording I have of this show -- and by far the best! I am a Cole Porter fan and this is one of his very best. Both words and music can be summarized by a song from the show -- "You're the Tops." I also have the Ethel Merman recording -- Sutton Foster is great, but can't top Merman. But due to modern technology, this album tops the others both due to the quality of the sound, and because more of the score is on it.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent presentation of "de-lovely" Cole Porter score 24 de agosto de 2011
Por meg5089 - Publicado en
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While this recording does not come close to recreating the excitement of seeing Anything Goes in person, like the majority of cast recordings, it certainly is a joy to listen to. Sutton Foster shines as always. I think the real discovery is Colin Donnell as Billy, his vocals are silky smooth. The musicians also did an amazing job, the trumpets and clarinets in Blow Gabriel Blow are to die for. Its great to have the included dance breaks, however the tap break in Anything Goes is disappointed. Although that is probably more because nothing can compare to seeing it.
Its a great CD. Whether you think Sutton is completely miscast or not, you will enjoy the Cole Porter score.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Brilliant Arrangements and Orchestrations - Brilliant Casting 23 de agosto de 2011
Por Max Wick - Publicado en
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It's incredible to me to think this musical was written and conceived in the 1930's! The music feels fresh and has a modern touch the sound. The highlight of this recording is most definably the lovely and musically powerful Sutton Foster and the adorably sweet Laura Osnes and to have Joel Grey as counterpoint to the female bombshell leads creates Broadway magic. Also setting this particular cast album from the many revival album is the exhilarating dance arrangements and colorful orchestrations. Take note producers! This is how you revive a classic musical!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A terrific performance by Sutton Foster with classic Cole Porter songs 22 de julio de 2012
Por steve_manassas - Publicado en
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I already owned the 1987 RCA Victor Anything Goes (The New Broadway Cast Recording) with Patti LuPone, as well as the 1956 movie with Mitzi Gaynor, Bing Crosby, and Donald O'Connor. I had heard positive reviews of the latest Broadway revival with Sutton Foster of Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002 Original Broadway Cast) fame, so I purchased this CD.

There is not much difference, content-wise, between the 1987 and 2011 versions of this show. The former CD has 18 tracks, the new one, 19. The differences are as follows: The "Prelude" from 1987 was renamed the "Overture" for 2011; "Easy to Love" and its reprise are a single track on the older version, but separate tracks on the new one; the songs titled "I Want to Row On the Crew" and "Sailor's Chantey" in 1987 are a single track on that CD, are retitled "The Crew Song" and "There'll Always Be A Lady Fair" for 2011, and are separate tracks on the new CD. The 1987 CD has the "Entr'Acte" (the second-half overture), but the new one does not. The 1987 finale featured a medley of "I Get A Kick Out of You" and the title song; in 2011, "Kick" has been replaced by "It's De-Lovely" and is listed as simply "Finale."

The one tap number in the show is the title track. Patti LuPone, who is not normally a dancer, does a short tap solo, which Sutton Foster, who is a dancer by trade, does not do on this CD, though she may do it on stage. The chorus dance is longer on the new one, and has more breaks; in 1987, most of the chorus dance was accompanied by singing.

The sound quality is also far superior on the new recording, because the 1987 version was recorded with vinyl in mind (compact discs were still relatively new back then). There is a 2011 reissue of the LuPone version on Sony Masterworks, but I don't know if it was remastered or not; Amazon doesn't say.

One advantage to the 1987 version; the CD booklet has the lyrics. You have to go online to the Ghostlight Records Web site to obtain the lyrics to the 2011 production. Fortunately, the songs are pretty much the same, as detailed above.

Either way, this is a legendary musical of classic Cole Porter songs. Even the best of today's songwriters don't come close to him. Porter lived long enough to see Elvis Presley and the beginning of the rock era, and passed away in 1964, the year that The Beatles came to America. No one knows his opinion on those two artists, but if he thought the culture was shocking in 1934, when the song "Anything Goes" was written, imagine what he would think of the likes of Lady Gaga and Katy "I Kissed A Girl" Perry.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas If you love Broadway and Cole Porter this is for you! 28 de septiembre de 2011
Por dolores - Publicado en
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Saw the show in May and there was no recording yet. Very disappointing but thank heavens they decided to cut the recording. Sutton Foster is awesome and that's from someone who remembers Ethel Merman. I'll take Sutton anytime. She can sing! She can dance! She can act! A triple threat and needless to say Merman could "blow" but Sutton can sing. It's a joy listening to her interpret Porter's lyrics. One only can imagine what Cole would have written for Sutton's pipes. Clear, consise, sexy and full of energy.
Going to see her again in October.

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