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  • Audio Cassette (23 Nov. 1993)
  • Label: Wea Corp
  • ASIN: B00000EBZI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

1. Overture
2. May We Entertain You - Lacey Chabert, Elizabeth Moss
3. Some People - Bette Midler
4. Small World - Bette Midler,
5. Baby June and Her Newsboys - Joey Cee, Lacey Chabert, ,
6. Mr. Goldstone
7. Little Lamb
8. You'll Never Get Away from Me - Bette Midler,
9. Dainty June and Her Farmboys
10. If Momma Was Married
11. All I Need Is the Girl
12. Everything's Coming Up Roses - Bette Midler
13. Together (Wherever We Go) - Bette Midler,
14. You Gotta Get a Gimmick - Christine Ebersole, Linda Hart, Anna McNeely
15. Let Me Entertain You
16. Rose's Turn - Bette Midler
17. End Credits

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Baldwin on 26 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
Midler won much critical aclaim for this popular HBO production of the classic musical. She is great in the role of Rose and covers the classic songs from this great score with much gusto. The role was very much the property of Ethal Merman who is always associated with it. However, Midler more than holds her own and actually goes on to give us a rendition as great as the best. Plenty of good tunes to sing along to like you mean it. Check out the video/DVD if you can
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Charles - Music Lover on 4 Jun. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Every once in a while, network television does something right. That's the case in this production of "Gypsy." If anything, I like the soundtrack recording more than I did the television production. Bette Midler does an admirable job as "Mama Rose," and her interpretations of the material are outstanding. The score, which is almost 50 years old, is so much smarter than anything coming out of musical theater today, which is sad to say. At least there are revivals.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. Critten on 14 Nov. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Arrived in good time and in good condition.
If you like musical theatre, you will love this.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pobble on 14 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I must immediately admit that I wanted to buy the Merman version, but it's not available. Bette Midler is satisfactory - just - but really lacks the oomph of Merman. However, as I want it for a presentation about the show it will suffice.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
BETTE MIDLER proves that she's a STAR! 17 Jun. 2000
By Robert Lopez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Every song's a lively winner in this gutsy new remake of the 1960's classic "GYPSY." The fisrt film version was changed a bit and all the songs weren't accounted for. But in this new 1993 remake version, it's got all the songs and it's got Bette! Bette Midler steps up to the ultimate role for an older women in Musical Theatre. MAMA ROSE. Not only does she have to fill some pretty heavy shoes of the women who previously played the role through the years such as : Ethel Merman (available on CD), Angela Lansbury (On CD), and Tyne Dayly (On CD), but she might have even surpassed them! Every time Midler appears you're glued to the television, and the same goes for when you listen to the CD. You're glued. She's phenomenal, she's fierce, she's perfect. She won the Emmy for her portrayal as MAMA ROSE respectively. Her POWERHOUSE performance of the infamous ACT II Aria "Rose's Turn" is, in my book, untouchable. Even Ethel, even Betty Buckly's version cannot top Bette's. If you listen carefully you can hear all the sudden character changes and choices in her voice as she loses all hope and despair, into the final notes of the song "EVERYTHING'S COMING UP ROOOSE! " She's the only one who clearly gets it. The supporting cast is fabulous too! Cynthia Gibb who plays meek little Louise who gets turned into the fabulous stripper Gypsy Rose Lee does a surprisingly well job. Peter Riegert plays Herby, Rose's love interest, and plays it with style. Dainty June is played by tiny belter Jennifer Beck. Baby June is played by T.V's "Party of Five's" Lacey Chabert (Claudia). All songs are wonderful. ... Interesting tib bit : For any of you who saw "Miss Saigon in L.A at the Ahamanson theatre in 1995 will notice Peter Lockyer, the actor who played Chris, in the film GYPSY as one of the Farm Boys!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Bette Midler as Rose in the Broadway musical classic 29 Jan. 2004
By Byron Kolln - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This made-for-TV version of the classic Broadway show GYPSY is remarkable. Bette Midler is ideally-cast as fearsome Mama Rose with Cynthia Gibb as a deeply-affecting Louise/Gypsy.
Bette Midler is dynamite as Mama Rose, the ultimate stage mother. She reportedly recorded most of her songs live, without the pre-recorded vocal track. The role had been a dream of Midler's for years. She makes an indelible impression in the role.
Cynthia Gibb (THE KAREN CARPENTER STORY) plays Louise, who would blossom into the burlesque stripper Gypsy Rose Lee. She has a pleasant singing voice, and gives the bittersweet number "Little Lamb" a lot of poignance.
Peter Riegert plays Herbie, Rose's love interest. In a very under-developed and not very well-written role, Riegert tries his best. He also sings wonderfully.
In supporting roles are Jennifer Beck as June, Christine Ebersole (OKLAHOMA!, 42ND STREET) as Tessie Tura, Anna McNeely (BEAUTY AND THE BEAST) as Elektra, Linda Hart (HAIRSPRAY, ANYTHING GOES) as Mazeppa, and Jeffrey Broadhurst as Tulsa.
Highly-recommended. [ATLANTIC 7567825512]
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful! 20 Aug. 2003
By Lisa Siegel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I loved watching the TV version of "Gypsy" with Bette Midler, so I decided to buy the CD. I'm glad I did. Yes, it has all of the same songs that the other Gypsy soundtracks have, but Bette Midler portrays Rose very well. When I hear her sing, I feel as if I'm watching "Gypsy." She, along with the rest of the cast do a wonderful job.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
How I want to give this 5 stars 2 July 2009
By Ravenskya - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I own a different copy of Gypsy that is terrible, not the songs, but the recording. So after chatting with some old friends from school (we did Gypsy, I was lucky enough to play MaZeppa) I decided that I needed a version of the musical that I could really sing along with.

Having seen the TV movie I decided to go with the Bette Midler version, as it seems to have the majority of the songs on it and Bette is always good for some loud, crisp, belted out vocals.

What was great -
-With the songs haveing been recorded for TV, the sound quality is the best of the CDs that I have heard (there are a few versions out there that I have NOT heard so take that with a grain of salt)
-The kids are fantastic - all of them, Tulsa's "All I need is the Girl" is smooth and vocally wonderful. "If Mama was Married" and "Little Lamb" show off the young girls voices and are so touching... "Little Lamb" almost brings me to tears.
-Bette Midler belts it out as we expect her to.

What kept this from being 5 stars:
-I wanted ALL of Gypsy's first show... it is cut down so much that all you have is the intro, the guys stating the cities, and her brassy ending.
-Herby, though played by a FANTASTIC actor, is NOT a good singer. Granted it's a weak part.
-Bette Midler plays a very loud, Rose... which is fine, but her volume and determination to belt it out at the top of her lungs costs us... we loose much of the subtly and the emotion of Rose, particularly in "Roses Turn" I didn't feel the pain and agony that many of the other actresses brought to that specific song.

Still - If you enjoy musicals, this is a MUST OWN.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Bette Midler and Cynthia Gibb make a team 22 Aug. 2000
By Andy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Bette Midler's brilliant big beautiful voice matched Mamma Rose perfectly. She fills the room with energy and exitment. But you would expect that from a Golden Globe, Emmy, and Grammy award winner wouldn't you. Cynthia Gibb's delicate honest voice was perfectly fitted for Louise and her transition to a Big and confident voice was excellent for the role of Gypsy Rose Lee. The songs are clear and the music is great. This CD is definetly a hit.
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