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Kiss Me Kate (Broadway Cast Recording)

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this version is probably one of the best of cole porter's kiss me kate. the vocals are less operatic than many of the earlier recordings while the beautiful melodies are still brilliantly shown. another op'nin' another show, too darn hot, and so in love are standards that lasted that test of time. a great buy for anyone who loves broadway

One of the greatest revivals of all time!

Brian Stokes Mitchell, Marin Mazzie, and others have revived one of the greatest musicals of all time. Cole Porter would be proud! Brian Stokes Mitchell has the power behind Fred Graham's character and voice. Marin Mazzie puts Lilli Vanessi's relationship with Fred on MANY levels and has wonderful energy along with the entire chorus. Our school did "Kiss Me, Kate" and definetely took pointers from this recording, I FULLY recommend it!

Another Amazing Show by Cole Porter

This version of Kiss Me Kate is arguably the best soundtrack out there right now. Marin Mazzie is absolutely wonderful in the song So In Love and I Hate Men, and Brian Stokes Mitchell's strong baritone voice resounds throughout the song Were Thine That Special Face and Where is the Life That Late I Led? Kiss Me Kate has some great songs. May I also recommend buying the DVD of the production with Rachel York and Brent Barrett.


Born: June 9, 1891 in Peru, IN

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '10s, '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s

Many arguments could be generated over whether Cole Porter or Irving Berlin should be considered America's greatest tunesmith. Both wrote music and lyrics; it's clearly a pick 'em situation. Porter had violin and piano lessons as a child, pursued undergraduate studies at Yale (where he penned fight songs that endure to this day such as "Bulldog"), and studied law and music at Harvard, all courtesy of a rich grandfather. His grandfather was appalled Porter would consider music as a career and never...
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