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The Pajama Game (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
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The 2000 remastered version of The Pajama Game features vastly improved sound and bonus tracks taken from a 1954 radio show: Raitt's "The World Around Us" (dropped from the show) and Raitt and Paige's "There Once Was a Man," both with a rehearsal pianist, and Adler and Ross themselves singing "Hernando's Hideaway" with Ross at the piano. --David Horiuchi
Both are good, but if you are picky about musical quality, listen to this one.
Well, all in all, this recording, though very abridged, has the best cast and is just as good as a choice for a recording of the show.
This show has a great score with great performers ( John Raitt---Bonnie Raitt's father).
This musical is so fun and lively, and this recording represents it so well. The music for the Pit Orchestra is unbelievable with how fun it is. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Xeno
This original Broadway version is much nicer - IMHO - than the music in the Doris Day movie version,
which I listened to about the same time. Read more
When I was a girl, my mother would play this album, and we all learned the words and sang along. I am very happy to have this soundtrack in my possession once again.Published on December 8, 2012 by jatwood4
This 1954 original cast at top of their game. It's like something that doed'n improve with age. Amazo's greta to offer such jewels.Published on October 7, 2012 by HatchyGuy
Typical oldie, but my dad used to play the sountrack, and I loved it, still hum the tunes to the annoyance of those around me. Putt Putt piiish! Steam Heat! Read morePublished on September 15, 2011 by S. Smith
this is a great soundtrack it is fun and enjoyable to listen to. the best songs on this cd are all of themPublished on August 31, 2011 by David
You may well have seen the DVD of the movie Warner Bros. released in 1957. It's very similar to the 1954 Broadway show: Sid Sorokin (John Raitt) is the new plant superintendent,... Read morePublished on January 11, 2009 by Allen Smalling
If you're a Broadway musical comedy fan you'll enjoy this CD
"Hey there" by John Raitt is a standout