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Original Broadway Cast Recording - Hair mp3 download

Original Broadway Cast Recording - Hair mp3 download

Performer: Original Broadway Cast Recording
Title: Hair
Style: Show/Musical,Cast Recordings,Musicals,Show Tunes
Duration: 01:06:30
Released: 1968
Size MP3 version: 1997 mb
Size FLAC version: 1901 mb
Size WMA version: 1299 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 784
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Genre: Screen

Original Broadway Cast Recording - Hair mp3 download

James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Ronnie Dyson, Melba Moore, Lamont Washington, Steve Curry, Sally Eaton, Shelley Plimpton, Jonathan Kramer, Lynn Kellogg, Paul Jabara,.

Hair is a 1968 cast recording of the musical Hair on the RCA Victor label. and 'Easy to Be Hard.

Hair (A Rock Musical). SME (от лица компании "RCA Records Label"); SOLAR Music Rights Management, EMI Music Publishing, LatinAutor - SonyATV, UBEM, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (5). Композиция. Sodomy (From "Hair"). Steve Curry;Galt MacDermot.

The "Hair Original Broadway Cast" is listed as "Company". Lorrie Davis" is listed as "Mary Davis" on sleeve (tracks) and labels. Recorded in RCA's Studio B, New York City. Cat. LSO 1150 on sleeve and labels. Rights Society (Boxed): GEMA.

Original Broadway Cast Recording. Hair was both celebratory and anticlimactic at the same time. Heralded by many at the time as being a rejuvenation for musical theater, it was also supposed to "speak" for the youth. The problem with that is that any time you attempt to allow a piece of written work to speak for a generation, it invariably fails. It is undoubtedly impossible for one musical to classify every attitude held by a person under 30 at that time. Given this fact, Hair was destined to be considered a disappointment

Album · 2003 · 68 Songs. Galt MacDermot Interview: What Do You Remember About the Off-Broadway Cast Recording? Galt MacDermot. 25. Galt MacDermot Interview: And the Broadway Cast Recording? Galt MacDermot.

Слушайте и скачивайте hair original broadway cast на Хотплеере в mp. Big Fish Original Broadway Cast) 05:58. VA - Hair - Original Broadway Cast Recording (1968) - 15. James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Company, Hair 02:58. The Broadway Show - Act 2 - 35. The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In) - from Hair - 1968 Original Broadway Cast 03:36. Original Broadway Cast - Hair - Hair 02:57. James Rado, Gerome Ragni, Original Broadway Cast - Hair 02:57.

Initials by Tribe (Original Broadway Cast) Lyrics. My Conviction by Margaret Mead (Ft. Jonathan Kramer) Lyrics. 15. Easy To Be Hard by Sheila (Ft.

Hair is the cast recording of the original, Off-Broadway cast of the musical Hair: An American Tribal Love-Rock Musical. It was released in 1967 by RCA Victor. Hair premiered Off-Broadway at the Public Theater on October 17, 1967, and the cast album was recorded two weeks later In the Off-Broadway version of Hair, the lead role of Claude had been written as a space alien who aspires.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Hair, musical
1 Aquarius Galt MacDermot 2:50
2 Donna Galt MacDermot 2:08
3 Hashish Galt MacDermot 0:59
4 Sodomy Galt MacDermot 0:51
5 Colored Spade Galt MacDermot 1:11
6 Manchester England Galt MacDermot 1:18
7 I'm Black Galt MacDermot 0:27
8 Ain't Got No Galt MacDermot 0:43
9 I Believe In Love Galt MacDermot 1:06
10 Ain't Got No (Reprise) Galt MacDermot 1:16
11 Air Galt MacDermot 1:28
12 Initials Galt MacDermot 0:56
13 I Got Life Galt MacDermot 3:05
14 Going Down Galt MacDermot 2:18
15 Hair Galt MacDermot 2:58
16 My Conviction Galt MacDermot 1:39
17 Easy To Be Hard Galt MacDermot 2:37
18 Don't Put It Down Galt MacDermot 2:02
19 Frank Mills Galt MacDermot 2:06
20 Be-In Galt MacDermot 3:03
21 Where Do I Go? Galt MacDermot 2:41
22 Electric Blues Galt MacDermot 2:35
23 Manchester England (Reprise) Galt MacDermot 0:30
24 Black Boys Galt MacDermot 1:09
25 White Boys Galt MacDermot 2:28
26 Walking In Space Galt MacDermot 4:47
27 Abie Baby Galt MacDermot 2:43
28 Three-Five-Zero-Zero Galt MacDermot 3:09
29 What A Piece Of Work Is Man Galt MacDermot 2:23
30 Good Morning Starshine Galt MacDermot 2:32
31 The Bed Galt MacDermot 2:56
32 The Flesh Failures (Let The Sunshine In) Galt MacDermot 3:36


Donnie Burks - Vocals
Warren Chiasson - Percussion
Steve Curry - Vocals
Lorrie Davis - Vocals
Ronald Dyson - Vocals
Sally Eaton - Vocals
Peter Elliott - Digital Restoration, Executive Producer
Alan Fontaine - Guitar
Leata Galloway - Vocals
Steve Gamet - Vocals
Steve Gillette - Guitar
Walter Harris - Vocals
Paul Jabara - Vocals
Diane Keaton - Vocals
Hiram Keller - Vocals
Lynn Kellogg - Vocals
Jonathan Kramer - Vocals
Donald Leight - Trumpet
Jimmy Lewis - Bass
Marjorie LiPari - Vocals
Galt MacDermot - Piano (Electric)
Emmaretta Marks - Vocals
Melba Moore - Vocals
Mike Moran - Engineer
Natalie Mosco - Vocals
Idris Muhammad - Drums
Suzannah Norstrand - Vocals
Original Broadway Cast - Primary Artist
Zane Paul - Reeds, Woodwind
Shelley Plimpton - Vocals
James Rado - Book, Lyricist, Vocals
Gerome Ragni - Book, Lyricist, Vocals
Rick Rowe - Digital Restoration, Engineer, Producer
Robert I. Rubinsky - Vocals
Nancy Sacks - Package Design
Nat Shapiro - Liner Notes
Roxanne Slimak - Art Direction
Lamont Washington - Vocals
Eddy Williams - Trumpet
Andy Wiswell - Producer
Regarding what Hair reflects: If you were there, then you might more likely feel that this play does indeed capture its era, because that era permeated each individual -- even those it didn't change. (Those whom it didn't change at the time didn't capture the era either.) There have also been, however, many Hair productions that do not capture the original production, let alone the era the original did capture. In this sense, yes, those later productions do not capture that era, and yes it is comparably better to just listen and imagine. I had to write this because I see so many latter day depictions of that era that purport TO capture it . . . and do not, hardly. Definitely not it's spirit. It wasn't about drugging out. Add to this the recent music reviews that say Hair the musical does NOT capture that era . . . that it just captures the personal takes of its writers. Well, it makes me quickly snatch my conspiracy theory hat: Was that era so painfully felt that we want to forget? Easy to be hard. And/or was that counterculture's exuberance also just too much; perhaps it too freshly distinguished itself from what was foreseen to become the current corporatocracy. The era that still had a song in its heart, comparatively more so than about 65% of the 99 Percenters. It was also the era that flew by before protesting was shrewdly saddled with the stealth-bomb stigma of "domestic terrorism". Drugging out was not it's "about"-ness. One of the songs in it says it more accurately: "On a rocket to the 4th dimension: Total self-awareness: the intention". The era that helps hinge what came after it (us, now) with what came before it -- what came before it still saying: to be American IS to protest (thus the kind of freedom of speech that is not "captured" by Levi's nor IPod commercials, and does not have designated, fenced-in protest areas duly timed) . . . The American-ness of the protest you co-create to ensure that at other times you're more purely involved in unfolding freely and creatively as an ever-new human being. In an ever-new democratic republic . . . a land that can be ever-new because it was FOUNDED ON IDEALS THAT REQUIRE US TO BE AWARE AND EVEN MORE SO: SELF-AWARE (today the more "New Age"-ed counter culture says, "awake"). But, sure, drugs did factor in - were very much made to factor in. Hair (not the opulent, stiffly performed revival productions, nor the movie, really) is one of those lament-ful yet clear yelps -- believingly not the last. Easy to imagine it also being a sensation in most of the 13 colonies, 1776.