Hello Again (Original Cast Recording)
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||Hello Again (Scene One: The Whore and the Soldier)||Donna Murphy & David A. White||6:37||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Zei Gezent / I Gotta Little Time / We Kiss (Scene Two: The Soldier and the Nurse)||Carolee Carmello, David A. White, John Cameron Mitchell, Judy Blazer, Michele Pawk, Dennis Parlato & Malcolm Gets||7:27||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||In Some Other Life (Scene Three: The Nurse and the College Boy)||Judy Blazer & Michael Park||4:36||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Story of My Life (Scene Four: The College Boy and the Young Wife)||John Cameron Mitchell, Carolee Carmello, John Dossett, Michael Park, Dennis Parlato & David A. White||6:28||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||At the Prom / Ah, Maien Zeit! / Tom (Scene Five: The Young Wife and the Husband)||John Cameron Mitchell, Carolee Carmello & Michele Pawk||6:10||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Listen to the Music (Scene Six: The Husband and the Young Thing)||John Cameron Mitchell, Dennis Parlato & Michele Pawk||6:03||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Montage / Safe / The One I Love (Scene Seven: The Young Thing and the Writer)||John Cameron Mitchell & Malcolm Gets||10:04||Album Only||View In iTunes|
||Silent Movie (Scedne Eight: The Writer and the Actress)||Malcolm Gets||1:58||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||Rock With Rock / Angel of Mercy / Mistress of the Senator (Scene Nine: The Actress and the Senator)||David A. White, Judy Blazer, John Dossett, Michael Park & Michele Pawk||5:34||$0.99||View In iTunes|
||The Bed Was Not My Own / Hello Again (Reprise) [Scene Ten: The Senator and the Whore]||John Dossett, Judy Blazer, Carolee Carmello, Donna Murphy, Malcolm Gets, John Cameron Mitchell, Michael Park, Dennis Parlato, Michele Pawk & David A. White||6:20||$0.99||View In iTunes|
Great cast recording for a great show!
"Hello Again"'s a great example of a show that few people know but is well worth listening to and watching. If you like John Michael LaChiusa's other works (Marie Christine, Wild Party), then you can't miss this. I consider it probably one of his best scores, and is fairly accessible on the first listen. LaChiusa does a great job capturing the sounds of various historical periods, running the gamut from WWI-era jazz to 1980's pop/rock, while maintaing his own unique style.
If you only like musicals like "Wicked" and "Lion King", this might not be a cast recording you can immediately appreciate, but if you're a Sondheim fan, or if you have an open mind, check "Hello Again" out!