Which is the best recording of this musical?
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Author:  daydreamerr87 [ Thu Oct 21, 2004 6:26 pm ]
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i didn't exactly read it anywhere, but i heard it from reliable sources. and more than one at that. if i'm wrong i'm sorry, but thats what i heard.

Author:  Master Thespian [ Sun Oct 24, 2004 10:07 pm ]
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Anthony Warlow version. Even though a lot of those great songs got cut, it's still nice to hear them immortalized on recording.

Author:  Luce [ Tue Oct 26, 2004 10:55 am ]
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daydreamerr87 wrote:
i didn't exactly read it anywhere, but i heard it from reliable sources. and more than one at that. if i'm wrong i'm sorry, but thats what i heard.

It came on the jhfanslist and at least one other Wildhorn yahoo group.

Author:  Peachheadeponine [ Thu Oct 28, 2004 11:51 am ]
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Chi wrote:
RainyCrystal wrote:
well, i like the original concept album because it's the most complete one of the show, and it has songs that the OBC recording doesn't have. however, the only thing is, i really don't like Linda Eder as Lucy. but my all-time favorite has to be the Breme one. it has the best Lucy, and i actually like the german lyrics better than the english ones. :)

I agree. The German lyrics to this show *way* surpass the English lyrics. Perhaps that is why the show is more popular in Germany than the USA.


you dont uderstand the german lyrics rainycrystal. you dont understand the german lyrics chi. listen to music in english

Author:  Lucy Harris [ Mon Nov 15, 2004 9:40 pm ]
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I go with the 1994 studio recording (What I call the "Black Album") because I don't like Bob C. in the role of J/H. Anthony totally blows him away voice and emotion wise, and Anthony's rendition of Hyde is much nastier than Bob's.

I'm not big on Carolee Carmello, but I love the '94 because it has the songs "Bring on the Men" & "Girls of the Night" (which have been left out in other versions). I particularly dislike the '97 recording almost completely, save for the presence of Christiane Noll as Lisa (I absolutely refuse to call the character by her "other" name). "Good 'n' Evil" doesn't belong in this musical, rather it sounds like a single from something else.

I've never heard the earliest version, so I don't have anything to say about it.

Author:  secret squirrel [ Mon Nov 29, 2004 3:35 pm ]
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I have a burnt copy if anyone's interested.

Author:  Lucy Harris [ Mon Nov 29, 2004 5:57 pm ]
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That would be cool if you could do that. :D

Author:  wolfwynd [ Fri Apr 01, 2005 3:19 pm ]
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Anthony Warlow's recording hands down - everyone is so amazing on it :D

Author:  Janni [ Sat Aug 20, 2005 10:18 am ]
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Here´s my rating:

1. Concept 1994
2. Vienna 2002
3. Concept 1990 (beautiful songs though I can´t imagine Colm Wilkinson in that role)
4. Bremen 1999
5. OBC 1997

Author:  schmedz [ Wed Feb 14, 2007 3:38 pm ]
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I have only ever heard the Broadway cast and the Anthony Warlow version - the latter wins HANDS DOWN!!! The Jekyll on the Broadway cast was appalling and I can't tell you how much I disliked the rest of it!

Author:  Brother Marvin Hinten, S. [ Thu Feb 15, 2007 3:20 pm ]
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My personal fav? A combo of the Resurrection and Warlow recordings:

(WR indicates WARLOW RECORDING, and R...well, that's too obvious).


1. Prologue (R)
2. I Need To Know (R)
3. Facade (WR)
4. Bitch, Bitch, Bitch (WR)
5. The Engagement Party (WR)
6. Possessed (WR)
7. Take Me As I Am (R)
8. Lisa Carew (WR)
9. Board Of Governors (WR)
10. Bring On The Men (R)
11. Lucy Meets Jekyll (WR)
12. How Can I Continue On (WR)
13. This Is The Moment (R)
14. Transformation (R)
15. Lucy Meets Hyde (WR)
16. Alive (R)
17. Streak Of Madness (WR)
18. His Work And Nothing More (WR)
19. Sympathy, Tenderness (R)
20. Someone Like You (R)


1. If You Only Knew (R)
2. Mass (WR)
3. Murder, Murder! (WR)
4. Letting Go (WR)
5. Reflections (R)
6. In His Eyes (R)
7. The World Has Gone Insane (R)
8. The Girls Of The Night (R)
9. No One Knows Who I Am (R)
10. It's A Dangerous Game (R)
11. Once Upon A Dream (R)
12. No One Must Ever Know (WR)
13. The Way Back (R)
14. A New Life (R)
15. Once Upon A Dream (WR)
16. Confrontation (R)
17. The Wedding Reception (WR)
18. Epilogue: Once Upon A Dream (R)

Author:  Sweeney Hyde [ Thu Feb 15, 2007 3:29 pm ]
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I love the original broadway cast recording. My only qualm with it is that not every song is on it. But Robert C. and Linda Elder are fantastic in it.

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