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By Jupiter (1967 Off-Broadway Revival Cast) Cast Recording, Original recording remastered

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Medley: For Jupiter And Greece/Ride Amazon Ride
  2. Jupiter Forbid
  3. Life With Father
  4. Nobody's Heart
  5. In the Gateway Of the Temple Of Minerva
  6. Here's a Hand
  7. Finale Act I
  8. Wait Till You See Her
  9. The Boy I Left Behind Me
  10. Ev'rything I've Got
  11. Bottoms Up
  12. Careless Rhapsody
  13. Medley: Finale Act II/Now That I've Got My Strength/Ev'rything I've Got (Reprise)/Jupiter Forbid (Reprise)
  14. Bonus Track


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 11, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Cast Recording, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Drg
  • ASIN: B000U1ZIQU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #360,175 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Joseph Hart on October 17, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is (almost) wonderful. I've had the LP of this show since about 1967. It is as everyone must know Hart's last complete show. It's a wonderful score wonderfully performed. And it is almost complete as performed. Three songs were dropped before Bway (wonderful songs), but they can be found on Ben Bagley's R&H Revisited albums. 98% of Bottoms Up is left off the album. And what is left was badly rewritten by that egomaniac hack Fred Ebb. The lyric to the rest is wonderful, I've never heard the music. And a silly little bit of nothing is also left out. I've never the music to it either. Fred Ebb dipped his fingers into Ev'rything I've Got as well. He spoiled the whole album as far as I'm concerned. I hate the guy. But most of the words and music are there as written by R&H, and it's (almost) wonderful. The dropped before Bway songs are Fool Meets Fool (Lynn Redgrave - Vol. 4), Life Was Monotonous (Anthony Perkins - Vol. 3) and Nothing to Do But Relax (Blossom Dearie - Vol. 3).
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It is a delight to have this long out of print recording available. True, this is not one of Rodgers and Hart's greatest scores, but as the reviews of the original in 1942 said, even lesser Rodgers and Hart is a treat. "Nobody's Heart" shows off Lorenz Hart's true gifts. "Wait Till You See Her" is a lovely Rodgers melody. "Ev'rything I've Got" and "Jupiter Forbid" are wonderful upbeat numbers. This c.d. may not please the throngs, but is a must for Rodgers and Hart devotees.
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The quality of this CD is good but the singing is very old fashioned as compared to how they sing today. The voices are all good however, and natuarally you couldnt ask for anything better as it was written by Richard Rogers and Lorenz Hart.
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