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Juliet Prowse: Sweet Charity [Original London Cast Recording]

Track List

>Sweet Charity: Overture - (with Juliet Prowse)
>Sweet Charity: You Should See Yourself - (with Juliet Prowse)
>Sweet Charity: Big Spender
>Sweet Charity: Rich Man's Frug - (with Juliet Prowse)
>Sweet Charity: If My Friends Could See Me Now
>Sweet Charity: Too Many Tomorrows
>Sweet Charity: There's Got Be Something Better Than This
>Sweet Charity: Charity's Theme - (with Juliet Prowse)
>Sweet Charity: The Rhythm of Life - (with Juliet Prowse)
>Sweet Charity: Baby Dream Your Dream
>Sweet Charity: Sweet Charity
>Sweet Charity: Where Am I Going?
>Sweet Charity: I'm a Brass Band - (with Juliet Prowse)
>Sweet Charity: I Love to Cry at Weddings
>Sweet Charity: Finale

Album Remarks & Appraisals:

Few shows in recent years have drawn such unanimous praise from the London critics as Sweet Charity which opened at the Prince of Wales Theatre, on October 11, 1967, to a chorus of loud Hoorays. "Irresistible," said the Daily Express. "A triumph," said the Sun. "Everybody by everybody had a whale of a time," said the Daily Sketch. The story is a simple one and stems from an Oscar-winning Italian film, The Nights of Cabiria, directed by Federico Felini. In the musical version, the heroine is Charity Hope Valentine, a New York dance-hall hostess, played in the London production with consummate talent, inimitable charm and unflagging energy by Juliet Prowse.

Album Notes

Author: Neil Simon.

Photographer: Tom Hustler.


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