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Chicago The Musical (New Broadway Cast Recording (1997))
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The Revival Cast Recording of Chicago is fantastic, and definetly gets 5 stars in my opinion.
Joel Grey as Amos Hart was a wonderful choice, and finally, Marcia Lewis as 'Mama' Morton and D. Sabella as Mary Sunshine were also great contributions to this album.
Chicago The Musical is definitley one Broadway show that is an absolute MUST for your cd music collection!
First of all it was supposed to be free, as I got a free download for buying the CD and I was charged for it. Number 2, I did not get all the songs on the CD on the download. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Zoidface
Mama approves. Great songs, tough broads, awesome, singable soundtrack...what's not to love!Set it in the 1920s Chicago and you have a newspaper story every small-town editor knows... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Robin Jordan
The movie was so much better! This is not anyway in the same league. I have not seen any stage productions of this show but now I would think twice about bothering.Published 6 months ago by MADELYN SCHAEFER
This CD was a replacement for the same sound track we lost during the past year. We absolutely love it and were delighted to find a replacement. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mimijudy
I have heard other versions, but this is the one I enjoy the most. It also has some of my favorite broadway performers such as Joel Grey and Bebe Neuwirth.Published 8 months ago by Scott Bowser
I saw the original, the revival and the movie and loved them all. The music, clever lyrics and the Fosse dancing are all great.Published 11 months ago by GLORIA DANET
Ann Reinking and Bebe Neuwerth make this recording pop. I just saw a touring company of this show and it motivated me to get this revival. Cellblock Tango is my favorite.Published 13 months ago by Melody Gore Dodd