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sarah brightman & broadway

sarah brightman & broadway
October 26, 2005 MICHAEL KNUDSEN



oh my gosh hello hello hello! so i can really be into broadway (i know it’s so stereotypical – but i don’t care) sometimes especially once i start to talk and think about it! (plus it’s is still the #1 thing i miss about NYC besides my friends & immediate family) – and lady sarah brightman is one of the best singers to ever grace the great white way – and she has done some very cool non-broadway stuff including opera, and dance music! (her album HAREM is way cool) she has one of those voices that just grabs you everytime – so she just released a collection of andrew lloyd webber tunes – the album is decent (her vocals are fine – but the orchestra is a bit questionable – see what you think – have a listen below) and she covers the amazing i don’t know how to love him from my favorite broadway show of all time jesus christ superstar – i could listen to that all day (well maybe not all day – but i can tolerate a lot of ‘everything’s alright’)


i do have many fave shows – but for some reason JC superstar just rocks it for me – i guess in a close second would be hair – and third would be sweeney todd – my fourth choice…just kidding – oh people i could go on all night…my 100th choice…no i won’t bore you – but crap i do love evita and gosh how could i forget about my dear follies – sondheim is a god – ok someone stop me!!! (sunday in the park with george) – i had to slip that last one in – sorry! anyways tomorrow is thursday – hip hip hooray! we are closer to those 2 days of freedom again – sorry if i bored you tonight with all my broadway talk – but i got it out of my system for now…popbytes over & out – xxoo!



» listen to ms. brightman’s i don’t know how to love him (.mp3 5mb)



Sarah Brightman: Love Changes Everything The Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection Volume Two is an album tailored-made for fans of this great singer, composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, musical theater lovers, basically, just about everyone. Almost half of this new compilation consists of never before released recordings, including duets with such renowned names as Cliff Richard and musical theater celebrities Michael Ball and John Barrowman.