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Chicago - A Musical Vaudeville (1975 Original Broadway Cast) Cast Recording Edition (1996) Audio CD Import
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Amazon.com: 56 commentaires
More than just a little bit of good on the original show that doesn't want to die in its re-staged format.
18 février 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
5 personnes ont trouvé cela utile.
I'm rather over the whole "Chicago" phenomenon, but the original cast recording ("A flop that ran for two years" was how it was described in "Forbidden Broadway") definitely holds its own over the revisal that basically turned it into a concert. The power of the two legendary stars, Gwen Verdon and Chita Rivera (still goin' strong in theater in her near mid 80's) is unsurpassed, and their influences were felt with the revisal replacements Ann Reinking (a replacement in the original production too) and Bebe Neuwirth (so brilliant on the revival CD), and with supporting cast members Barney Martin and Mary McCarty delightful in their musical magical moments. Jerry Orbach is the best Billy Flynn ever, and his cynical rendition of "All I Care About is Love" is a delicious comment on public scandal that was way ahead of its time in the mid 70's. Fortunately, moments of the original company have been preserved on tape, and the CD makes me forget about having seen the movie (too) many times and hearing the revival score over and over until I was singing it in my sleep. This has the best "Cell Block Tango" ever recorded, and the delicious chemistry between Gwen and Chita is undeniable.
Alfredo R. Villanueva
THE ORIGINAL AND THE BEST.
30 novembre 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Une personne a trouvé cela utile.
Cabaret and Chicago are two of my favorite musicals. I loved the movie (I own the DVD and CD), mostly because I love all of the performers in it and was astounded by how well they were able to sing. But I had never heard what is considered the classic of its kind: the 1975 version with Chita, Gwen and Orbach. I found it excitingly raw, pulsating with an energy the film avoids in favor of spectacle. I still prefer Queen Latifah to Mary MacCarthy. Now, to find the version with Ute Lemper!
American Black Humor At Its Theatrical Best
28 mars 2005 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Ah, Chicago, why did the Tony awards go to A Chorus Line instead? As the old saying goes, "You was robbed!" No doubt the general public took more easily to the other musical's lighter tone and more acceptable storyline about struggling musical performers. But Chicago was the better show, in terms of songs, dancing and talented leads. It's just that the humor was so dark . . . and wonderful. Adapted from an old story by the writing team of John Kander and Fred Ebbs, and placed in the capable hands of the great Bob Fosse, this musical took a turn to the dark side when its director/choreographer nearly died of a heart attack partway through its composition. When Fosse recovered, he altered its tone and changed it into one of the finest pieces of theatrical black comedy, right up there with Sweeney Todd. In Chicago, the American legal system is reduced to who screws who, to a showcase where there are stars du jour, each fading as quickly as she enters the limelight of public sympathy. As the great Jerry Orbach says at the start of Razzle Dazzle, "It's all show biz, kid." From start to finish, this musical takes the audience on a tour of the Roaring 20's legal system, which bears an uncomfortable resemblance to our present-day one. But it's all served up with such style, such panache, that it's a real treat. Chita Rivera sizzles as the sultry Velma; Gwen Verdon is both tough and pitiful as Roxie, the hapless client of sleazy lawyer Billy Flynn. Flynn, of course, is the real villain or anti-hero of this show, the cynical cad who charms and manipulates the media to win acquittal for his guilty-as-sin clients. This role fell to the late great Jerry Orbach, who sank his big white teeth into the role and made it indelibly his own. (Along with El Gallo from The Fantasticks) The rest of the cast is excellent, too, from Christopher Chadman as Fred Casely to Cheryl Clark as Liz; everyone's great in his role and pulls the story along. The courtroom scene is our favorite part, especially when Orbach sings in a high-pitched voice for Verdon, who's perched on his knee like a ventriloquist's dummy, moving her mouth to his words as he sings We Both Reached For The Gun. Razzle Dazzle and All That Jazz are also standouts, but no song in this musical seems out of place; all fit in and are superbly done by this original cast. The CD is well-produced and sure to please. We highly recommend it for fans of black humor in American theater---enjoy!
John A. MacDougall
The first original broadway cast is still the best.
12 octobre 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I think the first, original Broadway cast with Jerry Orbach as the lawyer is the best.
20 décembre 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Very enjoyable especially if you have seen the show.