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Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy - The Boys From Syracuse flac

  • Performer: Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy
  • Album: The Boys From Syracuse
  • Label: Columbia
  • Catalog #: CL 847
  • FLAC: 2406 mb | MP3: 1507 mb
  • Released: 1956
  • Country: US
  • Style: Musical
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 483
  • Category: Stage
Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy - The Boys From Syracuse flac

Tracklist

1Jack CassidyYou Have Cast Your Shadow On The Sea
2ChorusHe Had Twins
3Jack CassidyDear Old Syracuse
4OrchestraThe Ballet
5Portia NelsonFalling In Love With Love
6EnsembleFinale
7ChorusLadies Of The Evening
8Portia Nelson, Holly Harris, Bibi OsterwaldSing For Your Supper
9Bibi Osterwald, Stanley PragerHe And Se
10Bibi Osterwald, Stanley PragerWhat Can You Do With A Man
11Bob Shaver, ChorusCome With Me
12OrchestraOverture
13Bibi OsterwaldOh, Diogenes!
14Jack Cassidy, Holly HarrisThis Can't Be Love
15Jack CassidyThe Shortest Day Of The Year

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
OS 2580Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy - The Boys From Syracuse ‎(LP, Album, RE)ColumbiaOS 2580US1964
SK 53329Rodgers & Hart, Portia Nelson, Jack Cassidy Rodgers & Hart, Portia Nelson, Jack Cassidy - The Boys From Syracuse ‎(CD, Album, RE)Sony BroadwaySK 53329US1993
COS 2580Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart - The Boys From Syracuse ‎(LP, Album, RE)ColumbiaCOS 2580US1973
OL 7080Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy Portia Nelson And Jack Cassidy - The Boys From Syracuse ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Promo, RE)ColumbiaOL 7080US1964

Credits

  • ConductorLehman Engel
  • Illustration ["Ancient Ceramics"]Archaeologist Arnold Roth
  • Liner NotesGeorge Dale
  • Lyrics ByLorenz Hart
  • Music ByRichard Rodgers
  • Other [Book By] – George Abbott
  • PerformerBibi Osterwald, Bob Shaver, Holly Harris, Jack Cassidy, Portia Neslon, Stanley Prager
  • ProducerGoddard Lieberson

Notes

Recorded at Columbia's Thirtieth Street Studio, New York City, on June 4, 5 and 8, 1953.
World Premiere on November 3, 1938 at the Shubert Theater, Boston; on November 23, 1938 at the Alvin Theater in New York (235 performances). Filmed as a Universal Picture in 1940.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1, Stamped): XLP14812-1L
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2, Stamped): XLP14813-1E