The Mikado > Studio Cast (Al Goodman)


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Show
The Mikado (47)
Music
Arthur Sullivan (99)
Lyrics
W. S. Gilbert (62)
Book
W. S. Gilbert (62)

Recording Details

Date
1950
Type
Audio / Studio Cast
Method
Studio
Language
English
Conductor
Al Goodman (68)
Performer
Jimmy Carroll (30), The Guild Choristers (13), Audrey Marsh (9), John Percival (3), Sally Sweetland (20), Earl Wrightson (34), Martha Wright (12)
Shortcode
[r26887]

Releases (3)

Format
2-EP
Label
RCA Victor EKB-1001
Released
1953-12
Audio
Mono
Notes
Extended Play release dropped two tracks
Lists
1 collector / 2 wish lists
History
1 Revisions
Shortcode
[rl42218]
Format
LP
Label
RCA Victor LK-1001
Released
1951-01
Audio
Mono
Search
Buy from eBay GEMM MusicStack CDandLP.com
Lists
1 collector / 1 wish list
Shortcode
[rl42219]
Format
5-78
Label
RCA K-23
Released
1950-10
Audio
Mono
Lists
0 collectors / 0 wish lists
Shortcode
[rl42331]
Side A (45-0081)
1 "If you want to know who we are" -- Chorus
2 "Gentlemen, I pray you tell me" -- Jimmy Carroll
Side B
1 "A wandering minstrel, I" -- Jimmy Carroll and Chorus
Side A (45-0082)
1 "Behold the Lord High Executioner" -- Chorus
2 "As some day it may happen" -- Earl Wrightson and Chorus
Side B
1 "Comes a Train of Little Ladies" -- Chorus
2 "Three little maids" -- Martha Wright, Sally Sweetland, Audrey Marsh, and Chorus
Side A (45-0083)
1 "So please you sir" -- Martha Wright, Sally Sweetland, Audrey Marsh, and Chorus
2 "Were you not to Ko-Ko plighted" -- Jimmy Carroll and Martha Wright
Side B
1 "Braid the raven hair" -- Chorus
2 "The sun whose rays" -- Martha Wright
Side A (45-0084)
1 "Here's a how-de-do!" -- Martha Wright, Jimmy Carroll, and Earl Wrightson
2 "Mi-ya-sa-ma" -- John Percival, Martha Wright, and Chorus
Side B
1 "A more humane Mikado" -- John Percival and Chorus
2 "The criminal cried as he dropped him down" -- Earl Wrightson and Chorus
Side A (45-0085)
1 "The flowers that bloom in the spring" -- Jimmy Carroll, Earl Wrightson, Martha Wright, and Sally Sweetland
2 "Willow, tit-willow" -- Earl Wrightson
Side B
1 "There is beauty in the bellow of the blast" -- Audrey Marsh and Earl Wrightson
2 "For he's gone and married Yum-Yum" -- Sally Sweetland, Earl Wrightson, and Chorus
3 Finale -- Jimmy Carroll, Marsha Wright, the Entire Ensemble, and Chorus

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