Music Man (OST) - (Import CD)

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Categories
SoundtracksMusic
Category
  1. Performer
  2. Pop Vocal
  3. Show Vocals
Mono / Stereo
Stereo
Format
CD
Producer
Ray Heindorf
Title
The Music Man (1962 Film Soundtrack)
Country
USA
Notes
Coming along in the summer of 1962, four and a half years after the Broadway opening, the film version of The Music Man appeared in an era when Hollywood was more likely to be faithful to stage musicals, rather than dramatically altering them, as had been the practice in the past. The Music Man found Robert Preston re-creating his starring role as conman Professor Harold Hill, intent on swindling the good people of River City, IA, by selling them on a fictitious boys' band, and some minor roles were also filled by the Broadway originals. More important, Meredith Willson's score was rendered intact, the only change being a revision of the song "My White Knight" into "Being in Love." The major casting change was the substitution of Shirley Jones, who had a box-office track record, for Barbara Cook, who did not, in the role of Marian the librarian. Cook may have been preferable, but Jones handled the part well, too. Musically, the big change had to do with scale; the Broadway pit orchestra and original cast were replaced by a vast Hollywood orchestra and chorus, and musical director Ray Heindorf made the most of the larger effects on songs like "Seventy Six Trombones." Still, the music fan who already owned a copy of the original Broadway cast recording didn't really need to plump for the original motion picture soundtrack, which didn't keep the album from racing up the charts and going gold as the film became one of the year's top grossers. But it remains true; unless you are a Shirley Jones fan or want to hear future Andy Griffith Show co-star and film director Ronnie Howard sing "Gary, Indiana" with a lisp, stick to the Broadway version. ~ William Ruhlmann
BarCode
075992715829
Country of Origin
USA
Barcode
075992715829
Label
Warner Bros.
Studio / Live
Studio
Performer
Original Soundtrack
Songs / Tracks
  1. [ Disc 01 Track 01 ] Main Title / Rock Island / Iowa Stubborn
  2. [ Disc 01 Track 02 ] Ya Got Trouble
  3. [ Disc 01 Track 03 ] Piano Lesson / If You Don't Mind My Saying So
  4. [ Disc 01 Track 04 ] Goodnight My Someone
  5. [ Disc 01 Track 05 ] Ya Got Trouble / Seventy Six Trombones
  6. [ Disc 01 Track 06 ] Sincere
  7. [ Disc 01 Track 07 ] Sadder But Wiser Girl, The
  8. [ Disc 01 Track 08 ] Pick-a-Little, Talk-a-Little
  9. [ Disc 01 Track 09 ] Marian the Librarian
  10. [ Disc 01 Track 10 ] Being in Love
  11. [ Disc 01 Track 11 ] Gary, Indiana
  12. [ Disc 01 Track 12 ] Wells Fargo Wagon, The
  13. [ Disc 01 Track 13 ] Lida Rose / Will I Ever Tell You?
  14. [ Disc 01 Track 14 ] Gary, Indiana
  15. [ Disc 01 Track 15 ] Shipoopi
  16. [ Disc 01 Track 16 ] Till There Was You
  17. [ Disc 01 Track 17 ] Goodnight My Someone
  18. [ Disc 01 Track 18 ] Seventy Six Trombones
Artists
  1. Original Soundtrack
  2. Soundtrack
Department
Music
Distributor
WEA (Distributor)
Previews
Entertainment Weekly (10/12/01, p.38) - Ranked #55 in EW's "100 Best Movie Soundtracks" - "...We still happily succumb to Robert Preston's sting and Shirley Jones' swoon, not to mention a freakin' Main Street's worth of trombones..."
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