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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Kander; Fred Ebb; David Thompson; Norman L Martin; Joe Masteroff; Jo Stewart, (Conductor); Dora Bryan; Pip Hinton; Brian Greene; Shezwae Powell; Buster Keggs; Joan Savage; Peter Coke
|Notes:||"By arrangement with Chichester Festival Theatre"--Container.
Previously released as TER CDTER 1186 in 1991.
Ed. recorded: Carlin Music Corp.
Program notes and synopsis by Michael Kennedy ( p. : ill. (some col.)) inserted in container.
|Performer(s):||Dora Bryan (Ida) ; Pip Hinton (Eunice) ; Brian Greene (Walter) ; Shezwae Powell (Melba) ; Buster Keggs (Fritzi) ; Joan Savage (Gert), Stephanie Voss, Len Howe, Jo Stewart, James Gavin, Bill Bradley, Peter Edbrook, supporting soloists ; Jo Stewart, musical director, piano ; Geoffrey Sothcott, double bass ; David Hully, percussion ; Trevor Barber, trumpet ; Martin Frith, saxophone, clarinet, flute ; Julian Kelly, synthesizer.|
|Event notes:||Recorded at Abbey Road Studios, London, July 4-5, 1991.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (52 min., 47 sec.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Old folks --
Well laid plans --
Coffee in a cardboard cup --
Hit it Lorraine --
Do we? --
Emma Finch --
Broadway, my street --
Boom ditty boom --
Go visit your grandmother --
I can't do that anymore --
70, girls, 70 --
|Other Titles:||Seventy, girls, seventy|
|Responsibility:||music by John Kander ; lyrics by Fred Ebb ; book by David Thompson & Norman L. Martin, based on the play A breath of spring by Peter Coke ; adapted by Joe Masteroff.|