Lazarus (Original Cast Recording) è l'album colonna sonora del musical Lazarus rappresentato a Broadway dal New York Theatre Workshop, scritto e composto da David Bowie e Enda Walsh. La colonna sonora è stata pubblicata il 21 ottobre 2016. CD1. Hello Mary Lou (Goodbye Heart) (Ricky Nelson) - 0:40.
3 Original cast recording. 5 Awards and nominations. The musical was staged for a limited run at New York Theatre Workshop in Manhattan, directed by Ivo van Hove. The musical opened on 7 December 2015 with a planned run through 17 January 2016, although the production was extended to 20 January 2016 Cast.
The Lazarus cast album was produced by the show’s musical director Henry Hey, who had previously worked with Bowie on The Next Day and features vocals from Hall, Caruso, Cristin Milioti, Michael Esper and other cast members backed by the seven-piece house band Hey assembled for the New York run. The album was recorded January 11, 2016. Upon arriving at the studio, the musicians and cast were shocked and saddened to learn that Bowie had passed away the evening before. Their emotional performances that day are captured on this recording.
One of the final works of pop icon David Bowie prior to his passing in 2016, Lazarus is an off-Broadway musical production inspired by author Walter Tevis' 1963 sci-fi novel, The Man Who Fell to Earth. Having famously starred as the book's alien protagonist, Thomas Newman, in director Nicolas Roeg's 1977 film version, Bowie revisited the material, imagining a sequel to the book. Here, we find Newman (played by Dexter actor Michael C. Hall) still on Earth, possessed by the events of the original story. Produced by the show's musical director,.
Lazarus (original cast recording). Date: 2016 Country: USA Audio codec: MP3 Quality: 320 kbs Playtime: 1:22:09
It’s always difficult to judge a cast recording as more than a set of songs, and stage versions of rock musicals often fall between two stools, being neither musical nor rock enough. However, Lazarus – partly because it’s a show with a great band, partly because many of David Bowie’s songs are peculiarly adaptable to the musical format – works as a record. Of greater interest in this collection is the inclusion of three songs sung by Bowie himself, written for Lazarus but previously unreleased. No Plan, Killing A Little Time and When I Met You may or may not be the last new Bowie material we ever hear, but they’re certainly as strong as anything he released this decade, and they’re very representative of his final burst of creativity.
Album · 2016 · 20 Songs. Lazarus (Original Cast Recording) Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music. The last work that David Bowie created before his death, this stage show works as creative capstone and career autobiography.
Lazarus Cast Album‘s second disc features Bowie’s own versions of these three tracks, recorded along with the same jazz troupe, led by saxophonist Donny McCaslin, that featured on Blackstar. Bowie’s album version of Lazarus is also included. David Bowie's 'Lazarus' Is Surrealistic Tour de Force. The first disc of the Lazarus Cast Recording boasts the New York production’s renditions of 18 Bowie songs, which the rocker reconceived as a quasi-sequel to his 1976 film The Man Who Fell to Earth. The cast album was recorded on January 11th, 2016, hours after Bowie died the.
This cast recording was made the day his death was announced, which imbues the performances with a certain poignancy. But while Michael C Hall, Sophia Anne Caruso et al turn in perfectly reasonable renditions of an hour’s worth of material from Bowie’s back catalogue, their takes on Changes, Heroes and Life on Mars? were always going to pale in comparison to the originals