Various: The Magic Of The Musicals 40 Hits From 40 Shows Disc One CD Track Listing

A list by checkmate

Various The Magic Of The Musicals 40 Hits From 40 Shows Disc One (1992)
YEAR: 1992 ID3G: 77
This misc cd contains 20 tracks and runs 64min 17sec.
Freedb: 370f0f14
Buy: from Amazon.com


: Music



  1. The Silver Screen Orchestra - There's No Business Like Show Business (From "Annie Get Your Gun") (02:37)
  2. Shirley Bassey - Everything's Coming Up Roses (From "Gypsy") (03:23)
  3. Paul Jones - Any Dream Will Do (From "Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat") (02:45)
  4. The Silver Screen Orchestra - A Couple Of Swells (From "Easter Parade") (02:39)
  5. Mary O'Hara - Take It On The Chin (From "Me And My Girl") (02:36)
  6. Robert Young - How To Handle A Woman (From "Camelot") (03:43)
  7. Silver Screen Orchestra - It's A Lovely Day Today (From "Call Me Madam") (02:27)
  8. Shirley Bassey - People (From "Funny Girl") (02:52)
  9. Howard Keel - Love Changes Everything (From "Aspects Of Love") (03:00)
  10. The Silver Screen Orchestra - Let's Face The Music And Dance (From "Follow The Fleet") (02:49)
  11. Matt Monro - Hello Young Lovers (From "The King And I") (03:42)
  12. Vince Hill - I Can Give You The Starlight (From "The Dancing Years") (03:08)
  13. Ken Dodd - Sunrise Sunset (From "Fiddler On The Roof") (04:48)
  14. Ian Wallace - This Is My Lovely Day (From "Bless The Bride") (01:53)
  15. Shirley Bassey - Tonight (From "West Side Story") (02:16)
  16. The Silver Screen Orchestra - Cheek To Cheek (From "Top Hat") (04:09)
  17. Morriston Orpheus Choir - Mr. Mistoffelees (From "Cats") (03:28)
  18. Vince Hill - Someday My Heart Will Awake (From "King's Rhapsody") (03:42)
  19. The Silver Screen Orchestra - A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (From "The Great Ziegfeld") (02:34)
  20. Howard Keel - The Music Of The Night (From "Phantom Of The Opera" (05:36)

Bookmark this list
Be the first to comment

Leave a comment

Your Name:
Your E-Mail: (will not be published)
Your URL: (optional)
Your Rating
Your Comment(No markup, no html. Plain text please.)