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  • Audio CD (6 Oct. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Polydor
  • ASIN: B001F0JD98
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,490 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Superstar - Murray Head
  2. Don't Cry For Me Argentina - Julie Covington
  3. Phantom Entr'acte - Andrew Lloyd Webber
  4. The Phantom of the Opera - Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford
  5. You Must Love Me - Madonna
  6. No Matter What - Boyzone
  7. Love Changes Everything - Michael Ball
  8. Any Dream Will Do - Lee Mead
  9. Take That Look Off Your Face - Marti Webb
  10. I Believe My Heart - Duncan James and Keedie
  11. Oh What A Circus - David Essex
  12. Memory - Elaine Paige
  13. I Don't Know How To Love Him - Yvonne Elliman
  14. All I Ask Of You - Sarah Brightman and Cliff Richard
  15. Whistle Down The Wind - Andrea Ross
  16. Another Suitcase In Another Hall - Barbara Dickson
  17. As If We Never Said Goodbye - Barbra Streisand
  18. Masquerade - Ensemble
  19. I'd Be Surprisingly Good For You - Linda Lewis
  20. Amigos Para Siempre - Sarah Brightman and Jose Carreras

Disc: 2

  1. It's Easy For You - Elvis Presley
  2. Close Every Door - Donny Osmond
  3. Memory - Barbra Streisand
  4. With One Look - Glenn Close
  5. Superstar - Anastacia
  6. The Last Man In My Life - Shirley Bassey
  7. Gus: The Theatre Cat - Susan Jane Tanner and Sir John Mills
  8. The Vaults of Heaven - Tom Jones and the Sounds of Blackness
  9. Tell Me On A Sunday - Denise Van Outen
  10. Chanson D'Enfance - Sarah Brightman
  11. One Rock and Roll Too Many - Maynard Williams and John Partridge
  12. The First Man You Remember - Kevin Colson and Diana Morrison
  13. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again - Emmy Rossum
  14. A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste - The Metal Philharmonic Orchestra
  15. News Ways To Dream - Patti Lupone
  16. Starlight Express - El DeBarge
  17. Variations I - IV - Andrew Lloyd Webber
  18. Crazy - Greg Ellis/Reva Rice/Caron Cardelle/Samantha Lane/Void
  19. Mr Mistoffelees - Paul Nicholas
  20. Cold - The Everly Brothers

Disc: 3

  1. A Game Of Two Halves - Andrew Lloyd Webber
  2. God's Own Country - Josie Walker and Dianne Pilkington
  3. Hosanna - Placido Domingo
  4. Pie Jesu - Sarah Brightman and Paul Miles-Kingston
  5. The Music of the Night - Michael Crawford
  6. The Perfect Year - Petula Clark
  7. The Jellicle Ball - Andrew Lloyd Webber
  8. Evermore Without You - Martin Crewes
  9. Too Much In Love To Care - Sarah Brightman and John Barrowman
  10. All The Love I Have - Renee Fleming and Bryn Terfel
  11. Jesus Christ Superstar Overture - Andrew Lloyd Webber
  12. Sunset Boulevard - John Barrowman
  13. Unexpected Song - Sarah Brightman
  14. Half A Moment - Jose Carreras
  15. Let Us Love In Peace - Hannah Waddingham and Ben Goddard
  16. King Herod\x{2019}s Song \x{2013} Alice Cooper
  17. Buenos Aires - Elena Roger
  18. Learn To Be Lonely - Andrea Ross
  19. Make Up My Heart - Connie Fisher
  20. Any Dream Will Do - Jason Donovan

Product Description

Product Description

Polydor Records celebrates the 60th birthday of Andrew Lloyd -Webber, indisputably the most successful composer of our time, with the release of `60'. This amazing 3 CD, 60 track set spans the whole of Andrew's illustrious career and includes hits from all of his most famous musicals - Jesus Christ Superstar, Cats,Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Starlight Express, Evita, Sunset Boulevard and of course The Phantom Of The Opera. The album features hit recordings, hits from cast albums all sung by a diverse range of superstar and original artists.

From Elvis Presley singing It's Easy For You (the song that Andrew and Tim Rice wrote especially for him) to Barbra Streisand, Sarah Brightman, Shirley Bassey, John Barrowman, Michael Crawford, Madonna, Tom Jones and rocker Alice Cooper (singing King Herod's Song) this collection has it all.

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This is a wonderfully varied, superbly sung, reasonably ordered 3 disc compilation of Webber's life's work. The versions are beautiful, there's the `classics' : Sarah Brightman, Jason Donovan etc. But this really does span all the avenues for his creations; Emmy Rossum's version of `Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again' is included from the film version of Phantom and Madonna's `You Must Love Me' from the Evita film. There are also some of the most recent stage versions; Lee Mead and Connie Fisher are both featured, from the popular Any Dream Will Do and How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria? Although Connie sings `Make Up My Heart' from Starlight Express. I also very much enjoyed Elvis Presley being included and some other lesser known ones (at least to me).

The third disc is my least favourite, only a couple of the songs really stood out, the first two are by far the better, being lest varied but more memorable, featured heavily are: Starlight Express, Tell Me On A Sunday, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Phantom of the Opera, Whistle Down the Wind and Cats. As these are my favourites I didn't mind, though some of the repititions of tracks but by different performers was hard to justify - why for example include Barbra Streisand's version of 'Memory' when Elaine Paige singing the song is on the first disc and it eclipses Streisand version.

I think the first two discs are more successful because more thought seems to have gone into the ordering of the tracks; disc one for instance has many title tracks like `The Phantom of the Opera', `Superstar', `Whistle Down the Wind' and the songs that you associate with specific musicals, the ones that really stand alone and can be taken out of context, like `Memory' and `Love changes Everything'.
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ALW may be maligned by some people but when I buy CDs by singers such as Michael Ball, John Barrowman, Katherine Jenkins etc they are all singing his songs. That's because he has written a lot of really great music - by which I mean they have pleasing melodies, instrumentation and harmonies, and they are very emotionally evocative. So a collection of 60 of these songs is certainly welcome.

However, this is not exactly the first Lloyd Webber compilation to have hit the market. What makes it worth purchasing (apart from the very reasonable price for this much music) is the fact that the producers have obviously thought about this, and included different versions of many of the songs than the ones that we are used to hearing. Who knew that Anastacia had sung "Superstar"? Not me - but what a great voice she has for that song!

With 60 songs in the compilation, unless you really are a die-hard fan, there are bound to be quite a few that you don't know. So get this compilation and enjoy!
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I bought this as a present for A male family member, as i never know what to buy for men.Well it worked out perfectly, They really loved it, said it was magic and original and it bought back loads of memories. 3 other family members also loved it, so it was a very successful present and I would recommend it to or for anyone. Thanks
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Great compilation. All the tunes you know and love seem to be on it. Great value.
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Excellent compilation, just great ALW'S stuff. If you're not a fan but know at least a couple of these songs, you won't be dissapointed.
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This is a great collection of the work of the talented Mr Lloyd-Webber. There are all the popular pieces, as well as a few that I did not realise were from Andrew's wonderful pen!
However, making the song count up to sixty might not have been the best idea... there are a few 'also ran's'...
Nevertheless, this is a graet purchase. ( I would have paid the asking price just for Emmy Rossum's 'Wishing you were somehow here' alone.
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...but I have to question if it is a legitimate release, or something somebody cobbled together, because the packaging is distinctly 'home-made'. It looks like three CDRs in cheap jewel cases, one of which has a broken hinge, in a home printed box. Also, when I downloaded it to iTunes, the album art could not be found, another strange thing for a new release.
Poor packaging has cost it a star.
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This CD set introduced me to many of ALW's compositions that I had not realized were his, and to many singers I did not know had recorded his work (such as Elvis Presley!). I have enjoyed listening to this over several days.
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