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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

197 Ratings

closed too early!


I'm so bummed I never got to see this show but I'm so happy they got to make an album! This musical is amazing! I love all the different genres of music they have going, theres a little rock, country, blues and so many more! Jeremy and Laura sound amazing I'm huge fans of them both! Jeremy really sounds amazing in "Raise a little hell." Frank Wildhorn never gets enough credit for his music. This musical should have been given more time. Though I'm sure Jeremy is rockin it in Newsies and Laura will be amazing as Cinderella (if that is still happening which I really hope it is!)

Good, not great.


I'm going to be honest, I am a little biased because I love Laura Osnes and Jeremy Jordan's voices. The vocal talent on this album is amazing.

That said, some of the songs feel like they were written to take up time. Some songs are near impossible to discern from each other. And if you took a shot every time Jordan sings about Al Capone, you'd be drunk before the end of "Picture Show" and dead from liver failure before the end.

So, to sum up, this score was never going to keep a show on Broadway for too long a time, but it is still enjoyable and fun and the vocalists do a great job with a score that doesn't match the talent of the cast.

About Don Black

Lyricist/librettist Don Black is perhaps best-known for his collaborations with Andrew Lloyd Webber and for the James Bond theme songs he co-wrote with composer John Barry: "Thunderball," "Diamonds Are Forever," and "Man With the Golden Gun." Black began his career in show business as a standup comedian and debuted as a lyricist for the musical Billy, written with Barry. He later collaborated with Quincy Jones on the 1969 soundtrack The Italian Job, scored the Dove soundtrack in 1974, and has since scored many hit musicals with Andrew Lloyd Webber throughout the 1980s and 1990s, including Tell Me on a Sunday, Sunset Boulevard, and Aspects of Love. In addition to his work for successful musicals, Black has written other popular hit songs, including "Ben," a U.K. chart-topper for Michael Jackson; "To Sir With Love," a U.S. number one single for Lulu; Matt Munro's "Walk Away"; "I'll Put You Together Again" by Hot Chocolate; and the Olympics theme "Amigos Para Siempre," written with Lloyd Webber. Black has collaborated with other leading composers such as Henry Mancini, Jule Styne, and Charles Strouse. He has served as vice president of the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors, and is the recipient of multiple Academy Award nominations, Tony Awards, and Ivor Novello Awards, as well as an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award. In 1995, a collection of his songs, entitled Songbook, was released. ~ Joslyn Layne

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