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‘HAIR’ Celebrates New Broadway Cast Recording at Bumble and bumble!

tn-500_3452[1]“The Cast and creative team of the hit Broadway musical HAIR, including Tony Award nominee director Diane Paulus joined friends and fans for the release party launch of the Ghostlight Records New Broadway Cast Recording of HAIR. The celebration took place onTuesday, May 26, 2009 at Bumble and bumble which is located at 415 West 13th Street (between 9th Ave and Washington St.).” For more information on the event click here!

Also, Don’t forget to pre-order you own copy, or download the digital copy of the cast recording at our website!



One Response to “‘HAIR’ Celebrates New Broadway Cast Recording at Bumble and bumble!”

  1. The New Broadway Cast Recording of “Hair” captures the magic of the current smash
    Broadway revival. The ground-breaking show about a tribe of hippies in New York’s
    East Village contains classics such as “Aquarius,” “Good Morning Starshine,” “Let
    the Sun Shine In,” and the title track. The current cast sounds as vibrant as they
    do live on stage. Examples include, Sasha Allen’s soaring “Black Boys,” Will
    Swenson’s joyous “Donna,” Caissie Levy’s heartwrenching “Easy to Be Hard” and
    Gavin Creel’s outstanding “Where Do I Go?” Executive Producer, Bill Rosenfield
    along with, Galt MacDermot, “Hair’s” original musical composer, include songs that
    weren’t on the show’s Original Cast Recording, some of the show’s dialogue and
    both of the show’s encores. The current show’s Musical Director, Nadia
    DiGiallonardo, makes MacDermot’s music sound fresher then ever by using top-of-the-
    line musicians. Gerome Ragni’s and James Rado’s lyrics are as relevant as ever on
    songs such as “Air”(“Welcome, sulphar dioxide/Hello carbon monoxide/The air, the
    air is everywhere.”) and “I Believe in Love” (“I believe that now is the time/for
    all good men/To believe in love.”) Their songs are philosophical(“What a Piece of
    Work Is Man”) and provocative (“Sodomy”), but also funny (“My Conviction”) and
    heartbreaking,(“Frank Mills”). The New Broadway Cast Recording of “Hair” reminder
    us that not only is this the right time to experience its latest revival but to
    also hear its timeless songs.

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