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Cabaret - Complete Recording of the Score (Original Studio Cast) [2006 Remaster]

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Dear Ilovebond: you're wrong

Dench's character in this play/movie/et.all is not exactly SUPPOSED to sound's all just more acting

Judy Dench ROCKS!!!

For the person who complained about Judi Dench's singing, you don't know much about musical theatre. It is not all about the musicality of the voice or how pretty it is, it is also about the emotion the is expressed when singing the lyrics. There are tons of Broadway and West End musical performers who have do not have traditional singing voices, but, like DAME Judi Dench are able to make you feel the emotion when they sing. Her version of Send in the Clowns (Hey, Mr. Producer and 30th Anniversitry of A Little Night Music) makes me cry every time I hear it. That is true talent and I will welcome it in a musical any day. If I want to hear just pretty voices, I will listen to opera or a pop album (which are so doctored, it's a wonder if the person sounds like that live). And, by the by, Judi Dench was the original Sally Bowles in London, so I think she has enough chops to call herself a singer

Judi Dench was the original Sally Bowles in London

For those that don't know, Judi Dench was the original Sally Bowles in the London (the West End) production of "Cabaret"... so she's just returning here on this album in another role from the play. Although she doesn't sing like Liza or Natasha, you can hear her heart and her pain in her music and she's truly great... you can hear her 1968 original cast recording somewhere online... just google it.


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Lyricist Fred Ebb teamed with composer John Kander to forge one of the longest-running and most successful, creative partnerships in Broadway history, their bold, brassy style giving rise to a series of enormously popular and provocative musicals, including Cabaret, Chicago, and Kiss of the Spider Woman. Born April 8, 1928, in New York, NY, Ebb began his career writing for nightclub acts and revues, also earning notoriety for his work on the television satire That Was the Week That Was; his first...
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