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Still, it's great to have that record embellished by the two extant cast recordings.
Very rarely has the score been bettered than the original 1949 cast album, reissued here on the Columbia Broadway Masterworks label.
Lisa Kirk is wonderful as Lois, and Harold Lang makes the most of his few moments on the record as her boyfriend, Bill.
I didn't dislike anything but that doesn't mean it's a masterpiece. One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight NinePublished 10 months ago by Ford Rafferty
I wish I was about 20 when Kiss Me Kate opened so I could have witnessed this body shaking, gut bursting work of Cole Porter. This is the first time I've heard it. Read morePublished on August 1, 2007 by Cornelius G. Kelly
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Sony's transfer engineers used state-of-the-art restoration software to remove the roughness and surface noise from the... Read more
COLE PORTER'S most famous musical play hasn't lost none of it's power over the years;it's one of those few shows in which all the elements clicks:cast,songs,libretto, to make a... Read morePublished on January 10, 2001 by ALAIN ROBERT
Cole Porter's finest musical made a great recording, one that every musical theatre fan should own. Kiss Me, Kate featured Alfred Drake (in what I consider his best role),... Read morePublished on July 27, 2000 by Matthew Murray
This is classic broadway music. These are the songs you sing in the shower and hear on Name that Tune. The cast is as stellar as the songs. Read morePublished on January 7, 2000 by Donald
Drake and rookie Pat Morison sing the duet "Wunderbar" well along with other tunes. This is Cole Porter at his finest and you need to have this CD.Published on August 2, 1999