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This 1951 show marked the Broadway debut of Barbara Cook, and with songs by Yip Harburg and Sammy Fain, we're talking serious musical talent here! Barbara writes the liner notes, too...delightful!
|2. You, Too, Can Be A Puppet|
|3. Here's To Your Illusions|
|4. Telephone Switchboard Scene|
|5. B.G. Bigelow, Inc.|
|6. Najla's Lament|
|7. Who Says There Ain't No Santa Claus?|
|9. The World Is Your Balloon|
|10. He's Only Wonderful|
|11. Najla's Song Of Joy/Arabian For 'Get Happy'|
|12. Inner-Office Scene|
|13. Jump Little Chillun'|
|15. No More Flahooleys|
|16. Spirit Of Capsulanti|
|18. Come Back, Little Genie|
|19. The Springtime Cometh|
This review is of the original cast recording (now on CD) of FLAHOOLEY, the 1951 musical with a book by E. Y. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Allen Smalling
I love the part that Yam Sumac played but the play its self lacked big time I think for mePublished 16 months ago by Sunny White
I have been waiting for two months for this product. None of my queries have been responded too. Most disappointed.Published 20 months ago by D. J. Theron
The story is a light comedy and the music fits perfectly. The music and lyrics are upbeat, for example, "The World is Your Balloon" and "He's Only Wonderful". Read morePublished on June 12, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This is wonderful-awful, but always gadzooksie !
A pure 1950s musical with the plus of Yma Sumac,
who was hired to periodically yelp into screechy song.
OK. I luvit.
In all the years of my life, I'm sure I've never heard such an awful musical. No wonder it was a flop! The story is ridiculous, the songs are silly and the music is incredibly bad. Read morePublished on May 17, 2008 by Julio Lopez