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1950 Studio Cast - Pal Joey [1950 Studio Cast]

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Rodgers and Hart's Pal Joey, with a book by John O'Hara, was a sophisticated, downbeat tale about a gigolo. It may have been a bit too dark for audiences in 1940, when it had a moderate run on Broadway. More than a decade later, Columbia Records' Goddard Lieberson decided to make a studio recording of the show, which included such classic songs as "I Could Write a Book" and "Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered," with Harold Lang and Vivienne Segal in the main roles. It is not, as the album jacket suggests, a "Broadway cast," although, just to confuse matters, the success of this album led to a Broadway revival starring Lang and Segal. ~ William Ruhlmann

1) Overture - (03:36)
2) You Mustn't Kick It Around - Harold Lang (02:56)
3) I Could Write a Book - Beverly Fite / Harold Lang (03:45)
4) That Terrific Rainbow - Barbara Ashley (03:18)
5) What Is a Man? - Vivienne Segal (03:01)
6) Happy Hunting Horn - Harold Lang (02:48)
7) Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered - Vivienne Segal (03:09)
8) Pal Joey (What Do I Care for a Dame?) /Joey Looks into the Future - Harold Lang / The Orchestra (03:08)
9) Zip - Jo Hurt (03:19)
10) Plant You Now, Dig You Later - Barbara Ashley / Kenneth Remo (02:30)
11) Den of Iniquity - Harold Lang / Vivienne Segal (03:27)
12) Do It the Hard Way - Kenneth Remo (02:43)
13) Take Him - Beverly Fite / Vivienne Segal (03:25)
14) Finale - Chorus / Harold Lang / Vivienne Segal (03:07)

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