|A2||–Gwen Verdon||You Should See Yourself||2:28|
|A3||–Helen Gallagher, Thelma Oliver, Girls*||Big Spender||3:39|
|A4||–Gwen Verdon||Charity's Soliloquy||4:21|
|A5||–Orch.*||Rich Man's Frug||1:44|
|A6||–Gwen Verdon||If My Friends Could See Me Now||3:33|
|A7||–James Luisi||Too Many Tomorrows||3:09|
|A8||–Gwen Verdon, Helen Gallagher, Thelma Oliver||There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This||4:53|
|B2||–Gwen Verdon, John McMartin||I'm The Bravest Individual||2:22|
|B3||–Arnold Soboloff, Harold Pierson, Eddie Gasper, Worshippers*||The Rhythm Of Life||4:01|
|B4||–Helen Gallagher, Thelma Oliver||Baby Dream Your Dream||3:48|
|B5||–John McMartin, Chorus*||Sweet Charity (You Wanna Bet)||2:47|
|B6||–Gwen Verdon||Where Am I Going?||3:23|
|B7||–John Wheeler , Michael Davis , Helen Gallagher, Thelma Oliver, Girls* And Patrons*||I Love To Cry At Weddings||3:13|
|B8||–Gwen Verdon, The Brass Band*||I'm A Brass Band||2:46|
|B9||–Orchestra*||Finale - Charity's Theme||1:24|
|KOL-6500, KOL 6500||Gwen Verdon||Sweet Charity - Original Broadway Cast (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia Masterworks, Columbia Masterworks||KOL-6500, KOL 6500||US||1966|
|KOS 2900||Gwen Verdon||Sweet Charity - Original Broadway Cast (LP, Album)||Columbia Masterworks||KOS 2900||Canada||1966|
|SK 60960||Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields, Gwen Verdon||Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields, Gwen Verdon - Sweet Charity - Original Broadway Cast Recording (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia||SK 60960||US||1999|
|JST 02900||Gwen Verdon||Sweet Charity - Original Broadway Cast (Cass, Album, RE)||CBS Masterworks||JST 02900||US||Unknown|
|SK 60960, D131223||Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields, Gwen Verdon||Cy Coleman, Dorothy Fields, Gwen Verdon - Sweet Charity - Original Broadway Cast Recording (CD, Album, Club, RE, RM)||Columbia, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.||SK 60960, D131223||US||1999|
Complete sua coleção de Gwen Verdon. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Gwen Verdon – Sweet Charity - A New Musical Comedy. Genre: Stage & Screen.
Gwyneth Evelyn "Gwen" Verdon (January 13, 1925 – October 18, 2000) was an American actress and dancer. With flaming red hair and a quaver in her voice, Verdon was a critically acclaimed performer on Broadway in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s.
On a spring evening in 1955, Gwen Verdon and Bob Fosse met for the first time. She was the bigger star of the two, but technically he held much of the power. The producer Hal Prince hired him to choreograph Damn Yankees, a Faustian musical about a man who makes a deal with the devil to become a baseball champ, and told Fosse that he wanted to cast Verdon as Lola, an irresistible temptress who had been a plain woman before she, too, sold her soul. Fosse was not sure, however, that Verdon was up to the task. Verdon won her second Tony, appearing on the cover of the cast album in a tight black leotard and sheer thigh-high stockings. Her big number, Whatever Lola Wants (Lola Gets), when she performs a striptease in the baseball locker room, became an instant classic, a routine that future dancers would study for its fine line between seduction and humor.
Album · 1965 · 28 Songs. Sweet Charity: Charity's Soliloquy. Sweet Charity: There's Gotta Be Something Better Than This. Gwen Verdon, Helen Gallagher & Thelma Oliver. 10. Sweet Charity: I'm the Bravest Individual. Gwen Verdon & John McMartin.
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