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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas THE perfect example of the minor broadway musical 25 de enero de 2000
Por Jonathan Lapin - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
a generation ago -- or two -- the broadway musical season would usually produce one blockbuster, several flops, and 2 or 3 "nice shows" that would play to theatre parties and tourists and show queens, and then after six months to a year, close at a modest profit or a modest loss.
BAJOUR is a classic of this type of show. it is replete with almost hilarious comedy songs, and almost lovely ballads. its ambitions were modest, but it accomplished them 100%. and there are some great performances here by broadway legend chita rivera, and the sadly ignored and underrated nancy dussault.
if you expect every show to be MY FAIR LADY, this album is not for you. but if you want to spend a thoroughly enjoyable hour listening to what the broadway musical once was, you cannot do better than BAJOUR!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Hey, New York! Long time no see! 18 de marzo de 2016
Por Mark Waltz - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
This starts off with a bang with a tribe of gypsy's taking over the streets of Manhattan hoping for the ultimate "Bajour" (swindle). Yes, this is a musical about con-artists, but oh what a fun ride. Herschel Bernardi is a hoot as the Gypsy King, rival to fellow tribe leader Herbert Edelman ("The Golden Girl's" Stan) with whom he tries to make a deal. A silly and somewhat convoluted story is overshadowed by its fantastic score, and as sung by the marvelous Nancy Dussault ("Too Close For Comfort") and the fiery Chita Rivera (in a pre-cursor to her "Chicago" role of Velma Kelly), but it is Dussault who really scores her with her multi-faceted portrayal, and the lucky lady managed to get the Tony Nomination. Her comic genius is evident in "Where is the Tribe For Me?", while Rivera has several great solos, one sentimental ("Loveline") and one comically malevolent ("I'm a Meanie!"). While Rivera performed the title song on TV, it was Bernardi who performed it on stage. Mae Questel pops in as Dussault's mother briefly, while Gus Trikonis is a strong, if unremarkable, romantic hero. There's a lot to love in this bajour, and while a revival is unlikely, one can fantasize in their mind. For me, it's a guilty pleasure I can't escape from.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas bright and bouncy Broadway flop 9 de mayo de 2003
Por Byron Kolln - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
Here's a great treasure for the serious musical theatre collectors. With it's zesty story of a troupe of gypsies in New York, BAJOUR ran for a none-too-shabby 232 performances on Broadway; a perfect example of the tidy, one-season wonder. It's sparkling cast includes Chita Rivera as fiery gypsy maiden Anyanka; and Nancy Dussault as Emily Kirsten, the anthropology student fascinated by the culture clash in progress.

Originally, BAJOUR was to have been a reunion for the producers and creative team behind "Bye Bye Birdie", but for whatever reason that never quite panned out. Instead, the score of BAJOUR was fashioned by Walter Marks with a book by Ernest Kinoy (loosely based on stories which originally appeared in the New Yorker magazine, written by Joseph Mitchell). Chita Rivera, who had recently returned from her duties in the London company of "Bye Bye Birdie", was a shoo-in for the role of Anyanka and delivers handsomely. Nancy Dussault had been the final Maria in the original run of "The Sound of Music", and her pert, vivacious stage personality was likewise a perfect fit for Emily.

Tuneful and bouncy, the score of BAJOUR glistens with several wonderful pieces that will prove irresistible for the serious Broadway enthusiasts. "Love-Line", "Mean!", and "I'll Try" (the latter a comedic duet for Anyanka and Emily) are ideal for the livewire talents of Chita Rivera. Ms Dussault has some excellent pieces like "Living Simply", which climaxes into a swirling three-part melody with Robert Burr and the male ensemble; the manic "Where is the Tribe for Me?" has a zany, Carol Burnett-feel to it (she was originally considered for the role of Emily); and "Love is a Chance", a gangbusters 11 o'clock gem.

BAJOUR fell on hard times when Nancy Dussault fell ill and needed to leave the show for several weeks; reviews weren't entirely favourable, and even a mid-run move to a more suitable theatre couldn't save it's descent into the void. Ms Dussault was nominated for a Tony Award but lost out to Liza Minnelli's Broadway debut in "Flora, The Red Menace" (another show which also faded quickly from the scene).

Grab it while you still can. [Sony Broadway SK48208]
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Catchy tunes with two star turns. 23 de noviembre de 1998
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Formato: CD de audio
Chita Rivera and Nancy Dussault are the stars of this show. The score isn't wonderful, but there are plenty of tunes to keep you humming. Two songs, "Mean" and "I Can," demonstrate why Ms Rivera has been a plus for any musical production
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A score to cherish, and perfectly captured ! 18 de febrero de 2009
Por Frank Guerrasio - Publicado en
Formato: CD de audio
I was lucky enough to see this show when I was 21, and all my life I have enjoyed soaking up the succulent score. Even today's hits don't have songs this good any more. If Styne & Hart could have collaborated on a score, it would turn out something like this. And to think one man wrote it ! Chita's "Love Line" still gives me chills & tears. Nancy's tribe song is adorable. "Mean" refuses to let go of you. "Honest Man" makes you want to get up and perform it with someone good ! These lyrics are brilliantly clever fun, and the melodies actually have MELODY ! Remember melody ? Just listen to that thrilling overture. Remember Overtures ??? Hey, Broadway originals ! How about getting Chita & Nancy to re-create "Yes I Can" ? GET THIS CD !!!

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