Tell Me on a Sunday (2003 London Revival Cast)
 : Tell Me on a Sunday (2003 London Revival Cast)

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0044007617427
Edition: Imported ed.
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 2555016550
Label: Verve
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Verve
MPN: 076174-2
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 20, 2003
Publisher: Verve
Release Date: May 20, 2003
Running Time: 64 minutes
Studio: Verve

Disc 1:
  1. Take that Look Off Your Face
  2. Let Me Finish #1
  3. It's Not The End Of The World
  4. Goodbye Mum, Goodbye Girls
  5. Haven In The Sky
  6. First Letter Home
  7. Speed Dating
  8. Second Letter Home
  9. Tyler King
  10. Capped Teeth And Caesar Salad
  11. You Made Me Think You Were In Love
  12. Capped Teeth And Caesar Salad
  13. It's Not The End Of The World (If He's Younger)
  14. Third Letter Home
  15. Unexpected Song
  16. Come Back With The Same Look In Your Eyes
  17. Let's Talk About You
  18. Take that Look Off Your Face
  19. Tell Me On A Sunday
  20. It's Not The End Of The World (If He's Married)
  21. Fourth Letter Home
  22. Ready Made Life/I'm Very You
  23. Let me Finish #2
  24. Nothing Like You've Ever Known
  25. Fifth Letter Home
  26. Somewhere, Someplace, Sometime
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Product Description:
Tell Me On A Sunday by Denise Van Outen

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This 2003 cast recording is an update of a song cycle by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Don Black. First produced in London in 1982 as half of an evening titled Song and Dance, Tell Me on a Sunday is pretty much a one-woman show and a vehicle for a versatile singer with strong acting skills (Bernadette Peters won a Tony for it in 1985). This time, Denise Van Outen, a Chicago alum, takes on the role of the young British woman who goes to New York in order to get over a broken heart. Overall, this is one of Sir Lloyd Webber's most rocking scores, even if too often the results sound like the work of someone desperately trying to sound au courant. "Haven in the Sky," for instance, is a quasi-dance track with a trip-hop beat. When the heroine goes to L.A., the tone turns to folk-rock ("Capped Teeth and Caesar Salad"), but the composer is defeated by Black's clunky lyrics. Kudos to Van Outen for infusing perky charm into even the tritest moments. --Elisabeth Vincentelli

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