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  • Audio CD (9 July 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack, Import
  • Label: Wea/Atlantic/Q
  • ASIN: B00005K9KC
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 134,784 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Act 1: Overture
2. Act 1: Audition
3. Act 1: Young And Healthy
4. Act 1: Shadow Waltz
5. Act 1: Go Into Your Dance
6. Act 1: You're Getting To Be A Habit With Me
7. Act 1: Getting Out Of Town
8. Act 1: Dames
9. Act 1: Keep Young And Beautiful
10. Act 1: Dames (Continued)
11. Act 1: I Only Have Eyes For You
12. Act 1: We're In The Money
13. Act 1: Act One Finale
14. Act 2: Entr'acte
15. Act 2: Sunny Side To Every Situation
16. Act 2: Lullaby Of Broadway
17. Act 2: About A Quarter To Nine
18. Act 2: Overture For 'Pretty Lady' / With Plenty Of Money And You
19. Act 2: Shuffle Off To Buffalo
20. Act 2: 42nd Street
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. FOWLER on 16 July 2004
Format: Audio CD
Having listened to the original Broadway Cast recording many times over, I listened to this new version with some scepticism as quite often new recordings are not as good, but I was proved incredibly wrong by this one. It sounds fresh and exciting, right from the opening notes of the overture until the closing notes of the finale. The inclusion of some new songs into the show, particularly "I Only Have Eyes For You", and the clever and extremely well sung mix of "Dames" from the original show and "Keep Young and Beautiful" was inspiring. I just wish I was lucky enough to have actually seen this show live! If you love musicals, and love 42nd Street, this should definitely be part of your collection.
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Excellent cast recording. I had the album of the original show, but this is a Broadway revival and is even better.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
the sleeper hit of the season gets a dynamic cast recording 19 Dec. 2001
By Byron Kolln - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
42nd STREET made a surprise return to the Great White Way this year even though the original production had closed not ten years ago. The sleeper hit of the season, this production also proved to be an audience favorite and among other things brought the divine Christine Ebersole back to Broadway...in a performance that saw her win a Tony.
The entire cast sounds fabulous here in a sparkling recording that also includes much of the dialogue and incidental music adding to the theatricality and makes you feel like you are listening to a real performance.
Kate Levering (now replaced by Meredith Patterson) is a lovely and sweet Peggy Sawyer who goes on to replace the injured star Dorothy Brock (Ebersole) before the opening of the new show 'Pretty Lady'.
Among the outstanding cast as Mylinda Hull, Michael Cumpsty, David Elder, Mary Testa, Amy Dolan, Jonathan Freeman and Beth Leavel.
An exiting and galvanising listening experience.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
it's getting to be a habit with me! 3 Aug. 2001
By Farin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have a history with 42nd Street; it was one of the first movie musicals I ever saw, and I have always loved it. I also loved the original cast recording. When I heard they were bringing it back to Broadway, I was extremely excited and bought the cast recording the day it came out. This cast is to die for, as are the incredible orchestrations. Christine Ebersole and David Elder are my favorites on the recording. Ms. Ebersole has a beautiful voice. Her rendition of I Only Have Eyes For You is not to be missed, and her versions of the songs that were originally in the show (such as You're Getting To Be a Habit With Me and About A Quarter To Nine) make Tammy Grimes's pale in comparison. David Elder and his powerful tenor send chills down my spine in the Dames/Keep Young and Beautiful sequence and I Only Have Eyes For You, and his Young and Healthy is great. Jonathan Freeman and Mary Testa radiate comedy and are in great voice (I still think that Ms. Testa should have won the Tony). The songs are familliar and you'll find yourself singing them everywhere. This is a great cast album and is extremely well done. (I also saw the show on Wednesday, 8/1, and it was incredible beyond my wildest dreams. If you're in NY or are going to be, see it!)
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Does Longer Equal Better? 12 Jun. 2001
By "julian_marsh" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The only way for the latest cast recording of 42nd Street to compete with the Original Cast Album is size. CD technology has allowed for the inclusion of the show's extensive dance breaks, and the inclusion is a welcome one...thrilling would be the word. On top of this, Christine Ebersole tops the original's Tammy Grimes, shining most in a newly added number (obviously) not on the original. The only times when this recording severely pales to that of the 1980 cast is in Lullabye of Broadway and the vocal finale, where the power of Jerry Orbach's voice is sorely missed.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Much better than the Original Broadway Cast Recording! 3 July 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The original cast recording of "42nd Street" was delightful, but it pales in almost every way, when compared to this revival's recording. For the first time, as with so many of the better-produced revivals on Broadway, we get to hear most of the songs, instead of shortened versions. There are also a few new numbers by Harry Warren and Al Dubin, which have made their way into the revival and this recording. The only drawbacks are (1.) the tap dances don't thunder the way the original recording's did (you felt as if you were auditioning with the dancers); and (2.) Michael Cumpsty, while being a brilliant actor, is definitely NOT Jerry Orbach. All in all, this recording is wonderful from start to finish. Mary Testa gives a shining performance, as does David Elder as Billy Lawlor, and Jonathan Freeman as Bert Barry. The real treasure of this recording is Christine Ebersole, who plays the delightfully bitchy Dorothy Brock. She captures the true essence of the sublime 1930s standards which she sings. Her interpretations of "Getting to Be a Habit with Me," "Shadow Waltz," "A Quarter to Nine," and especially "I Only Have Eyes for You," prove why she deserved the Tony Award this year. If you own the original cast recording, you will definitely want to purchase this one. As great as the original was, the revival is ten times better.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Truly the musical for those who love Broadway musicals 22 Aug. 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I discovered 42nd Street only this year, as it was my middle school musical. The music is catchy and fun, the lines are cute and funny, and the amount of dancing in the show is just amazing. Although I have yet to see the Broadway Revival,(unfortunately I was born too late for the original, I will never get over that)the CD carries the spirit of the show. Although the tapping is stronger on the original cast recording, the songs are just as beautifully done for the most part.(The original Lullaby of Broadway was better, but I liked the fact that you got to hear what I think is one of the mpost powerful lines in the show before the song). Along with the old favorites are some new ones, such as Keep Young and Beautiful and I Only Have Eyes for You. If you have heard both CDs, you will notice that some songs have different lyrics, like Maggie's verse of Shuffle of to Buffalo, and the added lyrics to 42nd Street. Christine Eberdsole's voice is amazing in range, in fact, if you listen to Shadow Waltz and then skip to the Act I Finale, you will hardly believe you are hearing the same person. Mary Testa and Jonathan Freeman are the perfect Maggie and Bert. Michael Cumpsty, although he is no Jerry Orbach, is a very good Julian Marsh. David Elder has a good tenor voice for Billy. Kate Levering, however, is a little disappointing. While a good singer, she isn't quite a Peggy Sawyer. From what I have heard, Meredith Patterson, the understudy, is more talented than Levering. All in all, if you consider yourself a lover of Broadway musicals, you HAVE to see and hear 42nd Street--Truly the Broadway musical for people who love Broadway musicals.
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