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Bye Bye Birdie! Audiolibro, CD

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CD de audio , Audiolibro, CD, 17 abr 2012
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  1. Overture
  2. An English Teacher (Chita Rivera, Dick Van Dyke)
  3. The Telephone Hour (Teenagers)
  4. How Lovely To Be a Woman (Susan Watson)
  5. Put on a Happy Face (Dick Van Dyke)
  6. A Normal, Healthy, American Boy (Chita Rivera, Dick Van Dyke, Teen Trio, Reporters, Teenagers, Neighbors)
  7. One Boy (Susan Watson, Jessica Albright, Sharon Lerit, Chita Rivera)
  8. Honestly Sincere (Dick Gautier, Barbara Doherty, Teenagers)
  9. Hymn for a Sunday Evening (Ed Sullivan) (Paul Lynde, Marijane Maricle, Susan Watson, Johnny Borden)
  10. One Last Kiss (Dick Gautier, Ensemble)
  11. What Did I Ever See in Him? (Chita Rivera, Susan Watson)
  12. A Lot of Livin' to Do (Dick Gautier, Susan Watson, Teenagers)
  13. Kids (Paul Lynde, Marijane Maricle)
  14. Baby, Talk to Me (Dick Van Dyke, Quartet, George Blackwell)
  15. Kids Reprise (Paul Lynde, Marijane Maricle, Johnny Borden, Parents)
  16. Spanish Rose (Chita Rivera, Townspeople)
  17. Rosie (Dick Van Dyke, Chita Rivera)
  18. Put On A Happy Face - Charles Strouse

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of the Last Great Golden Age Musicals 12 de mayo de 2010
Por B. Haggerty - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
Hearing this again, it brought back memories of seeing an unknown Dick Van Dyke, a young Chita Rivera in her first starring role, Paul Linde, being hysterical, etc. and Gower Champion's directing/choreographing debut. It was an amazing evening of pure talent and I got to cherish it all over again purchasing the CD, which somehow eluded my collection, although I have the original cast album. After seeing the current revival, it gives so much pleasure remembering what it once was.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Soundtrack 1 de marzo de 2011
Por David - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
This is a great soundtrack it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. The best songs on this cd are all of them.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Grey Skies are Going to Clear Up 9 de junio de 2014
Por tvtv3 - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
Starring Dick Van Dyke and Chita Rivera, this album is one of the better BYE BYE BIRDIE soundtracks and captures the comical and satirical essence of the show. Some of my favorite songs include:

"An English Teacher"
"The Telephone Hour"
"Put on a Happy Face"
"Honestly Sincere
"Hymn for a Sunday Evening"

This is a great album to listen to if you have ever been in the play and is the soundtrack that is most true to the stage script. Avoid the movie version, unless you want to hear Ann-Margaret.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas You'll Love the Music! 13 de diciembre de 2009
Por Sixties Music Lover - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I recently saw the revival of this musical on Broadway, staring John Stamos. It was spectacular! Although a current cast recording is not available the orginal recording is wonderful, because the music and lyrics are wonderful. If you have seen the movie version, you will know what I mean. If you are child of the fifties and/or sixties you will thoroughly enjoy the CD and the DVD. Both are so much fun, that you will "put on a happy face"!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Top Golden-Age Musical, Jazzy and Nostalgic Too 12 de mayo de 2015
Por Allen Smalling - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
Nineteen-sixty was still part of the Golden Age of musicals. Off-Broadway gave us the legendary FANTASTICKS, which is still running, also the incomparable CAMELOT. But it was an amiable satire about an Elvis-like rock-and-roller about to be drafted into the Army that is the most revived, a favorite among small-theater groups and high-schoolers alike, this BYE BYE BIRDIE.

While BYE BYE BIRDIE is a satire of a rock-and-roller, it's not really a satire of rock-and-roll music; the only song in that vein would be "Honestly Sincere." Better remembered are the jazzy "I've Got a Lot of Livin' to Do" and even moreso, the upbeat "Put on a Happy Face." Keep an ear out for the satirical line through the show, as would-be songwriter Albert Peterson and his gal Rosie sing out of both sides of their mounts in relating Conrad Birdie's background to the press: "He was born in Indochina, son of missionaries there" sings one, "He was born in old Virginny" and rich, sings the other, spnning the Press every which way. As much as I enjoy the 1963 film musical based on this hit, I prefer this original, in which the social satire extends to Albert's girl friend, Rosa Alvarez (Chita Rivera), who was WASP-ified into Janet Leigh as "Rose de Leon" for the movie. The take-off on teen life in little Sweet Apple, Ohio, is evident in "The Telephone Hour," which choreographer Gower Champion cleverly staged in pastel boxes with the high-schoolers speaking over pastel Princess phones, a trope that has held up today.

BYE BYE BIRDIE is a fine and significant musical and this CD come at a good price. Worth having as Broadway history, just for fun, and especially if you're about to be involved in a local production of the show, pastel telephones and all.