Stop the World I Want To Get Off! (1995 London Studio Cast) Import
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|1. Overture - Orchestra|
|2. The ABC Song - Chorus|
|3. I Wanna Be Rich - Littlechap, Girls|
|4. Typically English - Evie, Littlechap, Girls|
|5. Lumbered - Littlechap|
|6. Susan's Birth/Lumbered (Reprise) - Chorus, Littlechap, Evie|
|7. Welcom To Sludgepool - Chorus|
|8. Gonna Build A Mountain - Littlechap, Girls|
|9. Jane's Birth - Chorus|
|10. Moscow Music/Glorious Russia - Orchestra, Anya, Chorus|
|11. Meilinka Meilchick - Littlechap, Anya, Girls|
|12. Family Fugue - Littlechap, Evie, Susan|
|13. Typische Deutsche - Ilse, Chorus|
|14. Family Fugue (Reprise)/Nag, Nag, Nag - Littlechap, Evie, Susie, Jane, Chorus|
|15. Typische Deutsche (Reprise)/Nag, Nag, Nag (Reprise) - Ilse, Littlechap, Evie, Susan, Jane, Chorus|
|16. Entr'acte - Orchestra|
|17. New York Music/All American Music - Orchestra, Ginnie|
|18. Once In A Lifetime - Littlechap, Girl|
|19. Mumbo Jumbo - Littlechap, Chorus|
|20. Once In A Lifetime (Reprise) - Littlechap, Chorus|
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm puzzled by the hostility that the performances of Holoway and Gold have provoked from most of the other reviewers. And I would think that some of the Newley lovers would be pleased that that the people at JAY think highly enough of this score to have produced a complete recording of it, even if they didn't love the result. Instead, they seem affronted by the idea that anyone would dare produce a recording with someone other than Newley as Littlechap.
Holoway has a more pleasing voice than Newley, and his acting of the songs satisfied me completely. Obviously, Newley had an authority in these songs that no one else will ever have. But Holoway is excellent.
And I think that Gold is often as funny as Quayle. There are definitely places where Quayle is absolutely matchless, brilliant and beyond comparison. But Gold is very good.
This recording is well-conducted, the orchestra plays terrifically, the orchestrations sound fabulous, and the supporting cast is fine. And it contains the entire score.
I've heard almost all of the releases in the JAY Masterworks series, and I think this is one of the best. Some of the other reviewers seemed to have been upset that neither of the recordings featuring Newley and Quayle were available while this one was. Well, it seems strange to blame this recording for that. The people at JAY weren't keeping the other ones from being released.
In any case, the Broadway recording with Newley and Quayle is again available. I'm glad to have both.
What else we might have written was already said exactly as we would have said it by Jeff Dunn in his review.
We gave three stars because it is still Newley and Bricusse and so it is still marvelous invention and worth a '...quick butcher's hook....'
Most recent customer reviews
IF ANYONE IS LOOKING FOR THE ORIGINAL BWAY RECORDING ON CD,PLEASE CONTACT ME AND I WILL MAKE A COPY FOR YOU. YOU CAN REACH ME AT email@example.comPublished on Feb. 3 2000 by BARRY RUBIN
Sorry to say that this release does not measure up to the 10/12/1988 Polydor 820 261 distributed by UNI and now out of print. I must heartily agree with Mr. Dunn (above). Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2000 by B. Kellogg
Now that Anthony Newley has passed away, it would be a good gesture of respect to reissue the absolutely perfect Original Cast Album he recorded with Anna Quayle. Read morePublished on May 16 1999 by Arlene Ross, Miami, FL
I know that the orginal Broadway version was released on CD because I have it. I was trying to buy another copy of it, for the person that I went to see it with. Read morePublished on March 29 1999
I can't understand why the original cast recording is not on CD. This latest version is listless, boring and a very poor representation of the exciting and novel Newley cast on... Read morePublished on Nov. 23 1998