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Recording Details

Date
November 22, 1992
Type
Audio / Cabaret Cast
Method
Live
Language
English
Location
Australia / Canberra
Music
Burt Bacharach (70), Irving Berlin (690), Terence Clarke (4), Cy Coleman (237), Noël Coward (253), Billy Goldenberg (26), Lorenz Hart (585), Jerry Herman (251), John Kander (276), Max Lambert (4), Frank Loesser (376), Frederick Loewe (408), David Shire (79), Charles Strouse (197), Kurt Weill (323)
Lyrics
Alan Bergman (62), Marilyn Bergman (61), Irving Berlin (690), Martin Charnin (84), Noël Coward (253), Hal David (47), Fred Ebb (245), Nick Enright (6), Dorothy Fields (366), Jerry Herman (251), Carolyn Leigh (110), Alan Jay Lerner (451), Frank Loesser (376), Richard Maltby Jr. (93), Richard Rodgers (1250), Tony Sheldon (14)
Producer
Bill Stephens (2)
Liner Notes
W L Hoffman
Performer
Nancye Hayes (10)
Notes
A live recording of a cabaret turn by Nancye Hayes, including songs from shows in which she was a member of the original Australian productions (eg Sweet Charity, Pippin, Chicago and Nine)
Shortcode
[r8964]

Releases

Format
CD
Label
Larrikin CDLRF 315
Released
1992
Barcode
0315998131522
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# Tracks
14
Length
70:39
Lists
9 collectors / 8 wish lists
Shortcode
[rl12281]
1. The Answer
2. I love a film cliche
3. I got lost in his arms
4. Sweet Charity
5. Hamlet
6. The Last Rockette
7. I want it all
8. Chicago
9. Useless useful phrases
10. Once in a blue moon
11. He was too good for me/Job application
12. A person can develop a cold
13. Ten cents a dance
14. Medley from hell (Shadowe Waltz/Follies Bergere/Not while I'm around/A bushel and a peck/Nowadays/Old friend/Tomorrow/My sweet Alice Blue Gown/Time to start living/You were there/Mack the Knife/Cabaret/What do you get when you fall in love/They say falling in love is wonderful/Good times are here to stay/On the other side of the tracks/Just in time/Where am I going/Go home with Bonny Jean/I'm always true to you in my fashion/Sing for your supper/I believe in you/Dancing/I've grown accustomed to his face/The Lullaby of Broadway

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