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Cabaret - Original London Cast

Cabaret - Original London Cast

Masterworks Broadway

Release Date: November 13, 2012

Formats: CD, Digital

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1. Wilkommen (Barry Dennen)

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 5:01
2. So What? (Lila Kedrova)

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 3:32
3. Don't Tell Mama (Barry Dennen, Judy Dench)

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 4:09
4. Telephone Song (Kevin Colson)

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 2:38
5. Perfectly Marvellous (Barry Dennen, Judy Dench)

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 3:34
6. Two Ladies (Barry Dennen, Maggie Goodwin, Ventia Fernandez)

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 2:22
7. It Couldn't Please Me More (Pineapple) (Lila Kedrova, Peter Sallis)

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 3:46
8. Tomorrow Belongs to Me (Barry Dennen)

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 2:21
9. Entr'acte (Kit Kat Band)

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 1:48
10. The Money Song (Barry Dennen)

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 2:13
11. Why Should I Wake Up? (Kevin Colson)

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 2:19
12. Married (Lila Kedrova, Peter Sallis)

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 2:42
13. Meeskite (Peter Sallis)

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 3:34
14. Finale Act One (Pamela Strong, Richard Owens)

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 1:43
15. If You Could See Her (The Gorilla Song) (Barry Dennen)

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 2:53
16. What Would You Do? (Lila Kedrova)

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 4:08
17. Cabaret (Judi Dench)

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 4:40
18. Finale (Cabaret Original London Cast Company)

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 4:06
  Total Album Time: 57:29

From the Manufacturer

The London production of Cabaret marks a number of first occasions. It is a first musical both for award-winning actress Judi Dench, starring as Sally Bowles, and for Lila Kedrova, who gained the 1967 Evening Standard Best Actress Award for her performance in The Cherry Orchard, while American Barry Dennen makes his British debut in the sensational role of the Master of Ceremonies.

Based on the play by John van Druten and stories by Christopher Isherwood, Cabaret is a dazzling picture in musical terms of the Germany that turned to Nazism, the glittering show sequences contrasting with the fleeting exhilaration and subdued undertones of lives they in turn reflect, motivate and ultimately destroy.

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