Barbara Dickson Barbara Dickson In Blood Brothers CD

Barbara Dickson Barbara Dickson In Blood Brothers CD

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  • Barbara Dickson in Blood Brothers (The Original London Cast Recording) (CD)

    Willy Russell's musical 'Blood Brothers' opened at the Lyric Theatre on London's Shaftesbury Avenue on Monday, April 11th, 1983 with Barbara originating the role of Mrs Johnstone, the put-upon Liverpool housewife who gives away one of her new-born twins and gradually sees her life unravelling.

    The reviews were unanimous in their praise. "This morning the pages of musical history are going to have to be rewritten to include the names of Barbara Dickson and Willy Russell."

    "It is a slice of pure theatre magic that these two shining talents are together again for the singing star's acting debut in a tale of murder, madness and wild Scouse humour. For both, it is a triumph."

    The show went on to win Barbara 'Best Actress in a Musical' at the Society of West End Theatre Awards and the show itself was named Best Musical.

    This digitally remastered reissue of the soundtrack CD of the show includes Barbara's original recordings of 'Tell Me It's Not True' and 'Easy Terms' whilst the CD booklet features liner notes on the history of the original theatre production and Barbara's association with the show.


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    01. Narration
    02. Marilyn Monroe
    03. My Child
    04. The Devil's Got Your Number
    05. Easy Terms
    06. Just A Game
    07. Sunday Afternoon/My Friend
    08. Bright New Day
    09. Marilyn Monroe (2)
    10. One Summer Narration
    11. Saying A Word
    12. Miss Jones (Sign Of The Times)
    13. Prison Song
    14. Light Romance
    15. There's A Madman
    16. Tell Me It's Not True