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She Loves Me : The 1994 London Cast Recordings Bande originale, Import

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  • CD (2 octobre 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Bande originale, Import
  • Label: First Night Records
  • ASIN : B000025Z9I
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Act One: Overture - Robert Scott
  2. Act One: Good Morning, Good Day - Simon Connolly/Barry James/Tracie Bennett/Gerard Casey/John Gordon Sinclair
  3. Act One: Sounds While Selling - John Gordon Sinclair/Barry James/Tracie Bennett/Gerard Casey/Kate Arneil/Megan Kelly...
  4. Act One: Days Gone By - David De Keyser
  5. Act One: No More Candy - Ruthie Henshall
  6. Act One: Three Letters - John Gordon Sinclair/Ruthie Henshall
  7. Act One: Tonight At Eight - John Gordon Sinclair
  8. Act One: I Don't Know His Name - Ruthie Henshall/Tracie Bennett
  9. Act One: Perspective - Barry James
  10. Act One: Goodbye, Georg - Kate Arneil/Luke Baxter/Louise Davidson/Alison Fontaine/Megan Kelly/Ashley Knight...
  11. Act One: Will He Like Me? - Ruthie Henshall
  12. Act One: Ilona - Gerard Casey/Barry James/Simon Connolly
  13. Act One: I Resolve - Tracie Bennett
  14. Act One: A Romantic Atmosphere - David Alder/Jon Peterson/Kate Arneil/Luke Baxter/Louise Davidson/Alison Fontaine...
  15. Act One: Tango Tragique - Robert Scott
  16. Act One: Mr Nowack, Will You - Ruthie Henshall/John Gordon Sinclair
  17. Act One: Dear Friend - Ruthie Henshall
  18. Act Two: Entr'acte - Robert Scott
  19. Act Two: Try Me - Simon Connolly
  20. Act Two: Where's My Shoe? - Ruthie Henshall/John Gordon Sinclair
  21. Act Two: Vanilla Ice Cream - Ruthie Henshall
  22. Act Two: She Loves Me - John Gordon Sinclair
  23. Act Two: A Trip To The Library - Tracie Bennett
  24. Act Two: Grand Knowing You - Gerard Casey
  25. Act Two: Twelve Days To Christmas - Kate Arneil/Luke Baxter/Louise Davidson/Alison Fontaine/Megan Kelly/Ashley Knight...
  26. Act Two: Finale - Ruthie Henshall/John Gordon Sinclair/Barry James/Simon Connolly/Tracie Bennett...

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HASH(0x9ba220f0) étoiles sur 5 Ruthie Henshall and SHE LOVES doesn't get better! 22 octobre 2003
Par Byron Kolln - Publié sur
Format: CD
SHE LOVES ME is one of the most delightful musicals ever written. This cast album is from the acclaimed 1994 West End revival which starred the delightful Ruthie Henshall.
The beloved Jerry Bock-Sheldon Harnick score is perfectly performed. The strong cast includes John Gordon Sinclair as Georg Nowack, Tracie Bennett as Ilona Ritter, Barry James as Ladislav Sipos and Gerard Casey as Steven Kodaly.
Ruthie Henshall takes on the dream-role of Amalia Balash. Though the role is still virtually defined and owned by Barbara Cook, Henshall brings a lovely sweetness and weight to the character. She also reveals her rarely-utilised lyric soprano voice, which is breathtaking in show pieces like "Vanilla Ice Cream", "Will He Like Me?", "No More Candy" and the frenzied, utterly-delightful "Where's My Shoe?".
I have said it many times; I truly belive that the Sheldon-Bock score is the best written by the pair, even easily surpassing their biggest hit, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF.
SHE LOVES ME is a real treat for any musical theater fan. The score is superbly delicious, just like vanilla ice cream...
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HASH(0x9ba22be8) étoiles sur 5 RUTHIE HENSHALL'S OLIVIER WINNING ROLE!! 9 août 2000
Par Robert Lopez - Publié sur
Format: CD
If you love Ruthie Henshall then you HAVE to own her Olivier winning performance of Amalia Balash in the romantic, musical comdey SHE LOVES ME. Even if you don't love Ruthie, or don't know who she is you will truly appreciate the wonderful and witty score.
Ruthie Henshall of such Musicals as LES MISERABLES (Fantine 10th Anniverasry Concert on CD), Crazy For You (Polly, OLC on CD), and CHICAGO (The definitive Roxie, OLC on CD) shines brightly in this musical comedy written in the 60's. It originally starred Broadway Diva Barbara Cook (of MUSICA MAN fame). Also starring John Gordon Sinclair of "Gregory's Girl" fame. (Ruthie and John became engaged during the run of the show, but years later it was broken.) The story closely resembles the movie "YOU'VE GOT MAIL" where the two email each other and are in love on line, only thing is that they hate each other in real life. But they don't know it's them online! Same story only they're penpals. It's back to the essence of Musical Comedy, complete with sidekick friend, Ilona, played by Tracie Bennett, who does well with her songs.
Notable Songs in this simple, yet catchy score include "Three Letters" sung by Sinclair and Henshall when they're romance is starting to grow through letters. "I Don't Know His Name" the hilarious duet between Henshall and Bennett about the history of lovers they've had. "Will He Like Me?" Henshall's moving solo on the distressing question when they finally meet, will he like her? "Dear Friend" has Henshall once again questioning the soon to be relationship of the two penpals. As the story progress Amalia (Henshall) becomes frantic and explodes in a tantrome in the fall-down-funny "Where's My Shoe?" This song alone is worth the purchase of this CD. It only runs about 2 minutes, but let me tell you the vocal acrobatics that Miss Henshall brings forth! She certainly makes it her own, just like "Roxie" in CHICAGO! (For those of you who haven't heard the London Cast with Ruthie as Roxie, you are missing out!!) "Vanilla Ice Cream" probably the most famous song from the show is sung to perfection by, yet again Miss Henshall. She's singing about the man she hates, Georg (her penpal), who finally seems nice and worth while because he brought her ice cream while she was sick. "She Loves Me" has Sinclair singing his heart out over the realization that she's his penpal! Bennet gets to ham it up with her sexy solo "A Trip To The Library." "Twelve Days Of Christmas" shows the slow progression of the romance between the two, even though she still doesn't know he's her penpal. Of course the finale has the "happily ever after syndrome, but what do expect from Musical Theatre??
This CD is such a gem, it should be in every Musical Theatre Lover's collection! Don't be caught without it! Especially when Ruthie skyrockets to stardome and you're left to search for a copy...and they're out of print!! :)
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HASH(0x9b903fe4) étoiles sur 5 Ruthie Henshall Shines!!!! 13 juin 1999
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Format: CD
Please pay no heed to the comment above. Diane is on the Broadway revival recording, this is the London revival. Ruthie Henshall and John Gordon-Sinclair are absolutely amazing! Ruthie won her Best Actress in a Musical award for this show and the show itself won four others. This is a simply amazing recording. A must have. Besides, with Ruthie Henshall how could you go wrong???
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HASH(0x9b9039d8) étoiles sur 5 One of my favorites! 24 janvier 2002
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Format: CD
This is not only one of my favorite musicals of all time, I love this recording. I suppose I am partial because I fell in love with this particular production when I was studying in England in 1995. I was watching the Sir Lawrence Oliver Awards (British version of the Tony's) and I was delighted by Ruthie Henshall singing "Vanilla Ice Cream." I vowed to see the show before I left London, but was soon drawn into the more glitzy shows (i.e., Sunset Blvd., Cats, Miss Saigon) that were on the west end at the time. However, right before I left, a friend and her mother wanted to see a show. We stood in the rush ticket booth line at Picadilly Circus (we got there about an hour before it opened) and waited for 2 hours. Originally we wanted to see Sunset Blvd., but the only musical that had available tickets for that night was "She Loves Me." Not only were they rush tickets and very cheap (about $15 each), but they were in the front row of the very cozy Savoy Theatre. It was the finest production I have ever seen live (and I have seen over 100 professional shows in my life).
Admittedly, John Gordon-SInclair (such a British name!) was not the best singer, but he was absolutely endearing as Georg. He reminded me of Tim Robbins. Tracy Bennett, whom I had been watching on some British soap that I can't recall the name of was passable in her singing of Ilona, but was a great actress. The songs for this production (I have the score for both shows) WAS lowered but not just for Bennett. Ruthie Hensall's songs like " Dear Friend" and "Vanilla Ice Cream" were lowered a key. Regardless, this was a fine show and the recording does justice better than any other show that I have seen.
Just a note, this story does not resemble "You've Got Mail." That movie resembles this musical. The musical came first. It is based on a play by Miklos Laszlo that was turned into the movie "Shop Atround the Corner," starring James Stewart. It was later adapted to a movie musical called "In the Good Old Summertime" which starred Judy Garland. Then came "She Loves Me" in 1963 and then "You've Got Mail." Don't get me wrong. I like "You've Got Mail," but I like for people to also know that this musical was not based on that movie.
No matter what, this is the best version of the musical. I love Barbara Cook's voice. I even had a chance to see her sing recently and she can still hit the high C at the end of Vanilla Ice Cream. Nonetheless, Ruthie has a much richer and expressive voice in my opinion and overall that singing is much better.
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HASH(0x9b908240) étoiles sur 5 Ruthie Henshall's Golden Voice Strikes Again! 18 août 1999
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Format: CD
I bought this CD simply because of the name Ruthie Henshall, and sure enough I loved it! Her vocal range is incredible, from her witty dialogue ("No More Candy"), growling belts ("Where's My Shoe", to her mezzo-soprano golden voice ("Will He Like Me?", "Vanilla Ice Cream") that grabs you and won't let go. Not only is Ruthie splendid in this recording but she has a fine and strong supporting cast as well. The songs are very catchy and sweet ranging from "Three Letters", "Dear Friend", "No More Candy", to the heartfelt "Will He Like Me?" to the hilarious "Where's My Shoe?" and "Vanilla Ice Cream". The strong score and cast make this CD is a must buy, especially for the sentimental comedy lovers. Ruthie is divine!
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