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Music From Saturday Night Fever Import

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 3, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: First Budget [Time]
  • ASIN: B00006BXGB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,160,655 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Marty From SF HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on May 22, 2001
Format: Audio CD
As the title implies, there is nothing like the original Bee Gees version of their own songs. The cast does a fair version of each number (actually better on the stage than on this CD), but dang it, if those high notes just don't ring true. The new songs "Immortaliy", "What Kind Of Fool" and "It's My Neighborhood" are well-fitted and make up for any flaws, but it just seems to lack something. The true stage produciton also has several more songs than the CD allows (?). If you love stage production numbers, you'll enjoy this, but don't go seeking true Bee Gees - it's not all in the words!
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A Kid's Review on April 27, 2006
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Yes that's right! How can you possibly better the 2nd biggest group since the Beatles? The answer - you can't. There are no interesting arrangements here, just a load of pointless revamps, which change hardly anything except the voices. Which makes you wonder why the even bothered recording this CD in the first place!
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Unfortunately, because the critics trashed the Broadway run of Saturday Night Fever, a Broadway recording was never made. Therefore we must settle on the London cast recording. However, I do not consider this purchase settling because it's just FANTASTIC. The voices are great. The music is great, and fun. The recording is super clear and you can hear the detail of every musical instrument used. My only complaint with the CD is most songs just fade out instead of ending as they did in the show. For some reason they didn't want to put the music written for the ending in the CD. My only guess was so because they wanted to leave the integrity of the songs intact and play what people know. If you like the sound of 3 men singing like women, this CD is not for you either. Lastly, if you know the show you will notice the tracks are out of order, in which they appeared in the show. This CD is great to listen to in the car. You find yourself singing along to familiar tracks. Wait till you hear track 6; Who's Sorry Now?, It's just incredible! I love this CD and highly recommend it to any Bee Gees fan and/or fan of the show and/or movie. Catch the Fever today before they are all sold out.
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Being a huge fan of the movie, was very interested to see how the musical sounded. Bought this CD after finding out Adam Garcia was Tony Manero. I was blown away! Although different from the original Bee Gees recordings, the versions are fun, funky, have a good beat and are easy to dance to. My personal favorite is "Night Fever" followed closely by the duet "How Deep Is Your Love." A must for any Adam Garcia fan and a must for any Bee Gees/disco fan. You will truly enjoy it!
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By A Customer on December 2, 2001
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If, and that's a HUGE if, you're a Bee Gees fan, or a Donna Summer fan, then perhaps you would like Saturday Night Fever: The Musical. However, if you are a theatre afficionado who religiously listens to Cole Porter and Stephen Sondheim, then back away from this atrocity. Having seen the show live, I must admit the choreography was incredible, however that was the only redeeming factor I picked out in it. The London recording is also a bit different than the Broadway/Tour run. While the vocal talents they chose for it are all right, it appears that they were hoping to ride on the pretty faces and familiar tunes for a Broadway hit. The ennunciation is also incredibly off, making many words hard to understand. The "plot" was incredibly weak, especially considering the writers had a movie to refer to, and at times I was wondering what purpose certain songs served in the plot. The incidents that occur (ie: Tony's brother leaving the ministry, Annette's affection for Tony) are never strongly connected, making for 5 or 6 subplots but never one strong central premise. I wouldn't reccomend this to a huge Broadway fan, given the hype that this has received, they might be scared that it set a precedent.
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ITS AN INCREIBLE DISC I LOVE IT THEY HAVE A REALY A SPECIAL MIND TO CREATE A COMPLETE EMOTION MUSIC
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I have seen the show 4 times in London and I have to say that the soundtrack is just fantastic! The original cast have moved on but Adam Garcia was a great singer and dancer in the show and encapsulated all that was Tony Manero. In my mind though nobody will ever beat Richard Calkin who played Monty. The song Disco fever does not do him justice but his acting did. A good alround cast soundtrack but lacking in 3 songs from the show (especially Disco Duck!). Great for all ages!
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By A Customer on November 13, 2000
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I saw Saturday Night Fever on Broadway and was surprised how much I enjoyed it. The singing and dancing were really energizing. The London cast version, however, falls flat in comparison. It's not as spunky. If you were going to buy the CD in the hopes that it would be like the Broadway version, I would not suggest it. If you like the songs and want to hum along, then go for it.
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