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  • Performer: Caroline O'Connor
  • Composer: Leonard Bernstein, Cy Coleman, Bjorn / Anderson, Stig Benny / Ulvaeus, Osvaldo Farres, Barry / Gibb, Robin Gibb Maurice / Gibb, et al.
  • Audio CD (June 5, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Jay Records
  • ASIN: B00005AQKP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #512,686 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps (from "Strictly Ballroom")
2. What Kind of Fool (from "Saturday Night Fever")
3. If You Love Me (from "Piaf")
4. Look What Happened to Mabel (from "Mack and Mabel")
5. People (from "Funny Girl")
6. Buenos Aires (from "Evita")
7. Kissing You (from the motion picture of "Romeo and Juliet")
8. Aquarius (from "Hair")
9. Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend (from "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes")
10. Mein Herr (from the motion picture "Cabaret")
11. I Can Cook Too (from "On the Town")
12. The Impossible Dream (from "Man of La Mancha")
13. Big Spender (from "Sweet Charity")
14. Dancing Queen (from the motion picture "Muriel's Wedding")
15. My Man (from the motion picture "Funny Girl")

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Trish Herholdt on June 17, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Being a huge fan of her first cd "what I did for love" I thought that this would be better, in some ways it is, and in some ways its not. Caroline really reaches out in her selections on this CD, in ways that is good and in ways its bad.
1. Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps: this is a cute song not very memorable though
2. What Kind of Fool: again cute not very memorable
3. If you Love Me: done very nicley
4. Look What Happened to Mabel: I LOVE this for some reason, i find myself listening again & again.
5.People: not as good as Babs, but good none the less
6.Buenous Aires: One of the beter songs on the recording, I can so see her playing Evita after listening to this.
7.Kissing you: I adore this song and Caroline dose it well, who would have ever thought to do it, though. leave it to Caroline
8.Aquarius: ???? Why? Why? Why?!
9.Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend: cute and VERY memorable, what a gem (no pun intened)
10.Mein Herr: 1 word: SUPERB!!!
11. I Can Cook Too: one of the best songs on the recording
12.The Impossible Dream: okay
13: Big Spender: Intresting with only one person, i like it
14. Dancing queen:???? Why? Why? Why?, yet i always listen to it more then once
15. My Man. Best song on the CD, just as good or even better that Babs!
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Caroline's first solo CD 'What I Did for Love' has been one of my favourites for quite a while, so I was eager to get my hands on a copy of her second solo recording. Featuring songs taken from her one woman show 'From Stage To Screen', this CD is a compilation of songs from various films and musicals. I must admit when I first heard this CD I was a little disappointed. It didn't have the initial 'grab' of her fist solo CD. But slowly this CD has really grown on me. With an interesting choice of numbers (including a version of Abba's 'Dancing Queen'), Caroline's wide vocal range once again shines as she pours raw emotion into her voice. It's amazing to hear how easily Caroline slips from the musical jollity of 'I Can Cook Too' and 'Look What Happened To Mabel' to more comtempary hits such as 'Dancing Queen' and 'What Kind Of Fool'. This is a must have CD for all Caroline fans, and if you love wonderful voices that stir the senses and tingle the spine, be sure to give this a listen. I'm sure you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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I acquired the Mack and Mabel CD with Caroline in the cast 2 years ago. I was immediately smitten by the singer belting "Time Heals Everything". ... Two months ago, a friend suggested I listen to "What I did For Love". I instantly liked the 1st CD. And decided to acquire her second CD. Well, the collection is interesting. Similar with the 1st Cd, it is also diverse. However, what is unique with the CD is that it offers less drama and more FUN. ... Aquarius is very interesting. Perhaps and perhaps and What Kind of Fool have instant "grab". However for me, the most cherished songs are "If You Love Me"; "I Can Cook Too", "Big Spender", and "Kissing You. I do hope she would include in her upcoming recordings more Sondheim songs, and "As if We Never Said Goodbye".
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By Fiona Brugaletta on September 1, 2001
Format: Audio CD
If I could give the CD 4 and a half stars I would, because What Kind of Fool and Dancing Queen need to be categorised into the "what were you thinking?" file. The rest is wonderful, bar People which pales in comparison to the original but a great version nonetheless.

Mein Herr is amazing, easily the best track, Look What Happened to Mabel coming a very close second (I saw Caroline perform this song in Mack & Mabel and the standard was exactly the same, fantastic).

In my opinion Caroline's best with the belters which is why those two songs and also Big Spender stand out, very saucy! This CD comes very highly recommended for anyone into musical theatre and such, Caroline is fabulous.
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