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Digitally remastered edition reissued to coincide with the 2012 motion picture. This recording captures the 1985 London cast that transformed an obscure French musical based on Victor Hugo's gargantuan novel of pre-Revolutionary France into a worldwide phenomenon throughout the late-'80s and '90s and became one of the best examples of the era's trend of blockbuster musical spectacles.
Digitally remastered edition reissued to coincide with the 2012 motion picture. This recording captures the 1985 London cast that transformed an obscure French musical based on Victor Hugo's gargantuan novel of pre-Revolutionary France into a worldwide phenomenon throughout the late-'80s and '90s and became one of the best examples of the era's trend of blockbuster musical spectacles.
766930003329

Details

Format: CD
Label: FNGT
Catalog: 3329
Rel. Date: 12/11/2012
UPC: 766930003329

The Original 1985 London Cast Recording
Artist: London Cast
Format: CD
New: Currently Unavailable New
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Prologue: Work Song
2. Prologue: Valijean Arrested/Valijean Forgiven
3. Prologue: What Have I Done?
4. At the End of the Day
5. I Dreamed a Dream
6. Lovely Ladies
7. Who Am I?
8. Fantine's Death: Come to Me
9. Fantine's Death: Confrontation
10. Castle on a Cloud
11. Master of the House
12. Thenardier Waltz
13. Stars
14. Look Down
15. Little People
16. Red ; Black
17. Do You Hear People Sing?
18. Love Montage: I Saw Him Once/In My Life/A Heart Full of Love
19. Plumet Attack
20. One Day More
21. On My Own
22. The Attack
23. A Little Fall of Rain
24. Drink with Me
25. Bring Him Home
26. Dog Eat Dog
27. Soliloquy
28. Turning
29. Empty Chairs at Empty Tables
30. Beggar at the Feast
31. Finale

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Digitally remastered edition reissued to coincide with the 2012 motion picture. This recording captures the 1985 London cast that transformed an obscure French musical based on Victor Hugo's gargantuan novel of pre-Revolutionary France into a worldwide phenomenon throughout the late-'80s and '90s and became one of the best examples of the era's trend of blockbuster musical spectacles.
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