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Jesus Christ Superstar Double CD, Soundtrack

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Disc: 1

  1. Overture - National Symphony Orchestra/Martin Yates
  2. Heaven On Their Minds - Clive Rowe
  3. What's The Buzz? - Clive Rowe/Clive Carter/Paul Collis/David Bardsley/Christopher Blades/Rory Cambell/John Combe...
  4. Strange Thing, Mystifying - Clive Rowe/Dave Willetts/Clive Carter/Paul Collis/David Bardsley/Christopher Blades/Rory Cambell...
  5. Everything's Alright - Issy Van Randwyck/Shona Lindsay/Antonia Adelita/Ruthe Alexander/Collette Allen/Pamela Baxter...
  6. This Jesus Must Die - Jay Marcus/Billy Hartman/Chris Corcoran/Andrew Halliday/Andrew Newey
  7. Hosanna - Dave Willets/Billy Hartman
  8. Simon Zealotes/Poor Jerusalem - Paul Collis/Dave Willets
  9. Pilate's Dream - Ethan Freeman
  10. The Temple - Dave Willets
  11. Everything's Alright - Issy Van Randwyck/Dave Willets
  12. I Don't Know How To Love Him - Issy Van Randwyck
  13. Damned For All Time/Blood Money - Clive Rowe/Chris Corcoran/Billy Hartman/Antonia Adelita/Ruth Alexander/Collette Allen/David Bardsley

Disc: 2

  1. The Last Supper - Clive Rowe/Clive Carter/Paul Collis/David Bardsley/Christopher Blades/Rory Cambell/John Combe...
  2. Gethsemane - Dave Willets
  3. The Arrest - Clive Rowe/Dave Willetts/Clive Carter/Paul Collis/David Bardsley/Christopher Blades/Rory Cambell...
  4. Peter's Denial - Shona Lindsay/Clive Carter/Philip Day/Peter Hickmet/Issy Van Randwyck
  5. Pilate And Christ - Ethan Freeman/Nic Colicos/Dave Willetts
  6. Herod's Song - Christopher Biggins
  7. Judas's Death - Clive Rowe/Andrew Newey/Billy Hartman
  8. Trial By Pilate (The 39 Lashes) - Ethan Freeman/Billy Hartman/Dave Willetts
  9. Superstar - Clive Rowe/Shona Lindsay/Antonia Adelita/Ruth Alexander/Collette Allen/Pamela Baxter/Karen Broughton
  10. Crucifixion - Dave Willetts/Antonia Adelita/Ruth Alexander/Collette Allen/David Bardsley/Pamela Baxter...
  11. John 19:41 - National Symphony Orchestra/Martin Yates
  12. Could We Start Again Please? - Issy Van Randwyck/Clive Carter

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Here's the low-down... 22 Mar. 2006
By John Doe - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I have every version of Jesus Christ Superstar to date. (March 2006) I am a musical theatre student, opera tenor, and I own my own theatre company so I have a pretty good idea of what's hot and what's not. This version is not. Jesus possesses a decent voice, but growls too much, and skimps out on the higher notes - Garden of Gethsemane in particular, which defeats the purpose of the role. Judas has a good voice, but struggles to ennunciate while singing the higher parts, he does put an interesting spin on the music though, a little "off the page" if you will. Pilate is good, so is Mary, and Caiphas. The orchestra is terrible. They have some bright points but the drummer sounds inexpirienced and half the time you would think they do not have a bassist. The title of the show is "Jesus Christ Superstar: A Rock Opera." This version is a musical, they're missing the "rock." If you're a collector like myself it will be worth something to you, otherwise, save your money. Truly, I've never heard a perfect version, the 1996 London Cast comes closest - Steve Balsamo with his 4 and 1/2 octave range and an incredible orchestra make this happen - buy that version if you're short on cash.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars It's not that bad 16 Jan. 2001
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Of all the JCS recordings I've heard, this one is probably the most uniformly satisfying. The Original Concept has a whiny Jesus and a laryngitic Judas; the movie soundtrack has an awesome Jesus and Pilate, but a bad everything else; the new cast recording has an awesome Mary, but a screechy Jesus and Judas. In this one, there is not one bad singer in the bunch. While Dave Willets does snarl a lot, I think his angry take on the role is quite interesting. Clive Rowe has a great voice as Judas, but becomes very unintelligible on higher notes, which makes him sound a little ridiculous. Issy Van Randwyck and Ethan Freeman are the real stars here, though. Ethan Freeman is, by far, the best Pilate I've heard, and Issy Van Randwyck really steeps herself into the part. This recording is not as bad as everyone says it is. However, it migh not be your cup of tea. But listen to the samples here, and you might like what you find.
2.0 out of 5 stars THIS JESUS CHRIST IS SADLY NO "SUPERSTAR"! 28 Mar. 2012
By Anthony Scheinman - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I'm a collector...that must be understood first of all, and I've amassed quite a collection of different recordings of different musicals over the years. Naturally JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR is a part of my Theatrical Audio collection, and I've listened to a lot of different cast recordings...and of all the different recordings of JCS, this one os the biggest disappointment for a number of reasons.

First of all, let's start with the music itself. I see nothing wrong in particular about a rock opera score being performed by a major orchestra, but the musical direction for this recording more than leaves a lot to be desired! There are times when the tempo of some songs is speeded up slightly and others when they DRAG at a pace that left me wondering what the conductor (Martin Yates) or music arranger for this recording was thinking! There is an uneveness and lack of flow to the music that really irritates after a while.

Now we come to the principal singers. Dave Willets is a fine performer in most of the productions I've heard him in, but in this recording his "Jesus" most of the time sounds like he's SNARLING rather than singing (making him the NASTIEST-sounding Jesus I've ever heard!) and he never reaches the vocal heights or passion that Jesus is supposed to reach, especially in "Gethsemane". Clive Rowe as "Judas" is competent enough, but again I didn't really get any of Judas' true feelings in any of his numbers, and in the second half of "Judas' Death" he went way overboard with the hysterics. I was satisfied with Issy Van Randwyck's "Mary Magdelene" for the most part, but the true test for any Mary is the song "I Dpn't Know How to Love Him" and here in the song's high notes she seems to have some sort of vocal "hiccup" (jumping for a second to a slightly too-high note) whenever she sang the word "this" in the line "I never thought I'd come to this" that detracted from the rest of her performance. The only performance I could find no major fault with was Ethan Freeman as "Pontius Pilate".

All in all, you might want to buy this recording as a curiosity, but I wouldn't suggest it as one that you'd want to listen to multiple times. It can safely be said to be a "legitimate" cast recording, but save your money...there are better JSC cast recordings out there for them.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars this is not a good thing... 13 May 2000
By emily - Published on
Format: Audio CD
i LOVE jcs, but this is just awful. i just dont even believe how bad this is... it doesnt sound like these people are singing, it sounds like they are dying slow deaths. oh, i just cant even believe it.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars If you like high school performances... 3 Mar. 2005
By J. A. Yager - Published on
Format: Audio CD
...then this one is for you. It sounds like Clive Rowe and Dave Willets recorded their vocals in their basement because they think they are great singers, with no one there to tell them what they are doing well/wrong. They have decent voices, they just have no idea what to do with them. This seems to go for the entire cast. Granted, I have quite a few versions of JCS, so I am rating relative to those, which are far superior...even the Resurrection including Amy Ray of the Indigo Girls and the Glenn Carter version (2000 Revival), both also terrible in their own, special ways. The original concept album, the original movie version, and the 96 London cast are easily the best relative to each other. So buy this one for a laugh...a very, very expensive, one-time laugh.
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