Julian Slade - Trelawny (Original 1972 London Cast Recording) album
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Walking on. Julian Slade. Original London Cast. feat: Elizabeth Power, Ian Richardson. 3. Ever of thee -into- Trelawny of the Wells. feat: Betty Benfield, Gemma Craven, John Gower, John Watts. 4. Tom Wrench's letter. feat: Ian Richardson. feat: Max Adrian, Joyce Carey, Gemma Craven, Jean Hampson, John Quayle, John Watts. 7. Back to the Wells.
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The original cast recording conjures up a fair idea of how and why the show was so successful. It essentially presents a 'tab version' of the show, complete with dialogue. Originally released as an LP on the Oriole label (and briefly on CD in the early '90s through Sony), the London cast of SALAD DAYS has been reissued on compact disc through the Sepia label (utilising 78rpm masters). The disc has been filled out with some great bonus tracks
A cast recording is a recording of a stage musical that is intended to document the songs as they were performed in the show and experienced by the audience. An original cast recording or OCR, as the name implies, features the voices of the show's original cast. A cast recording featuring the first cast to perform a musical in a particular venue is known, for example, as an "original Broadway cast recording" (OBCR) or an "original London cast recording".
by Original London Cast. Released: November 25, 2003. 1. Pull yourself together. 2. Walking on.
Popular and prolific writer of music and musicals. A most tasty confection’- London Evening Standard. THE COMEDY OF ERRORS’ (1954) ‘ The Salad man does it again’- Daily Express. Julian Slade has written some very attractive music for this delightful version of one of Shakespeare’s lesser plays. TRELAWNY’ (1972) ‘Julian Slade has written some tuneful, rousing numbers for a lively cast to sing and danc. A bright, appealing well staged musical. It deserves to run’ – Daily Mirror. I was lucky enough to be in ‘Trelawny’ – one of Julian’s best scores I think – at Bristol’s Theatre Royal, scenes of the delightful shows he and Dorothy Reynolds put together every Christmas in the Fifties. Whimsy perhaps but always tuneful and charming.
|1||Pull Yourself Together|
|3||Ever Of Thee / Trelawny Of The Wells|
|4||Tom Wrench's Letter|
|7||Back To The Wells|
|8||Entr'acte / Old Friends|
|9||The One Who Isn't There|
|10||We Can't Keep 'Em Waiting|
|11||The Turn Of Avonia Bunn|
- Lyrics By, Music By – Julian Slade
- Music Director – Neil Rhoden
- Orchestrated By – Alec Gould, Alfred Ralston
- Written By – Aubrey Woods
NotesThe Bristol Old Vic Production
Adapted from Arthur Wing Pinero's 'Trelawny Of The Wells'
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