TIMELESS FAVOURITES - We Remember Them Well - Lionel Bart & Frederick Loewe




Fifth issue in the “Timeless Favourites” series, which was to run for 13 editions.

3CD Set
Released 1995
Cat No.: RDCD1141-3 (RDC92811-3)
RD Code: BART 005
Series Code 58
Compiled by M Moritz


CD1    GOLDEN FAVOURITES

1 - I Could Have Danced All Night from 'My Fair Lady' - Marilyn Hill Smith
2 - On The Street Where You Live from 'My Fair Lady' - Henry Wickham
3 - Almost Like Being In Love from 'Brigadoon' - Ethan Freeman and Janis Kelly
4 - Wouldn't It Be Loverly - Tinuke Olafimihan
5 - Night They Invented Champagne from 'Gigi' - Linzi Hamilton, Sian Phillips and Graham Bickley
6 - If Ever I Would Leave You from 'Camelot' - Robert Meadmore
7 - I Remember It Well from 'Gigi' - Ron Moody and Sian Phillips
8 - Lusty Month Of May from 'Camelot' - Fiona Fullerton
9 - With A Little Bit Of Luck from 'My Fair Lady' - Ron Moody
10 - Come To Me, Bend To Me from 'Brigadoon' - Maurice Clarke
11 - Gigi - Graham Bickley
12 - Embassy Waltz from 'My Fair Lady' - The National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martin Yates
13 - I Loved You Once In Silence from 'Camelot' - Fiona Fullerton
14 - I Wonder What The King Is Doing Tonight? from 'Camelot' - Richard Harris
15 - It's A Bore from 'My Fair Lady'  - Ron Moody and Andrew Newey
16 - I'll Go Home With Bonnie Jean from 'Brigadoon' - Maurice Clarke
17 - Heather On The Hill from 'Brigadoon' - Ethan Freeman and Janis Kelly
18 - My Mother's Weddin' Day from 'Brigadoon' - Megan Kelly
19 - Camelot - Richard Harris and Fiona Fullerton

CD2    ENCHANTING MOMENTS

1 - Thank Heaven For Little Girls from 'Gigi' - Ron Moody
2 - Wand'rin' Star from 'Paint Your Wagon' - Simon Masterton Smith
3 - Just You Wait from 'My Fair Lady' - Tinuke Olafimihan
4 - How To Handle A Woman from 'Camelot' - Richard Harris
5 - I'm Glad I'm Not Young Anymore from 'Gigi' - Ron Moody
6 - Waitin' For My Dearie from 'Brigadoon' - Janis Kelly
7 - They Call The Wind Maria from 'Paint Your Wagon' - Simon Masterton Smith and Chorus
8 - Get Me To The Church On Time from 'My Fair Lady' - Ron Moody
9 - Love Of My Life from 'Brigadoon' - Megan Kelly
10 - Rain In Spain from 'My Fair Lady' - Alec McCowen, Tinuke Olafimihan and Michael Denison
11 - What Do The Simple Folk Do? from 'Camelot' - Richard Harris and Fiona Fullerton
12 - I Talk To The Trees from 'Paint Your Wagon' - Ethan Freeman
13 - Come To The Ball written for 'My Fair Lady' - Alec McCowen
14 - There But For You Go I from 'Brigadoon' - Ethan Freeman
15 - I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face from 'My Fair Lady' - Alec McCowen
16 - Ascot Gavotte from 'My Fair Lady' - The National Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by John Owen Edwards
17 - Waltz At Maxim's from 'Gigi' - The National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Martin Yates

CD3    MAGICAL SOUVENIRS

1 - Consider Yourself from 'Oliver!' - The National Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by John Owen Edwards
2 - You've Got To Pick A Pocket Or Two from 'Oliver!' - Julian Forsythe and The Kids
3 - As Long As He Needs Me from 'Oliver!' - Issy van Randwyck
4 - Food, Glorious Food from 'Oliver!' - The National Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by John Owen Edwards
5 - Who Will Buy? from 'Oliver!' - The National Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by John Owen Edwards
6 - Fings Ain't Wot They Used T'Be - Diane Langton and Derek James
7 - I'd Do Anything from 'Oliver!' - Irfan Ahmad, Josephine Barstow, Richard South and Megan Kelly
8 - Mums And Dads from 'Blitz!' - The National Symphony Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Martin Yates
9 - Oom Pah Pah from 'Oliver!' - Josephine Barstow and Chorus
10 - Where Is Love? from 'Oliver!' - Richard South
11 - Who's This Geezer Hitler? from 'Blitz!' - Diane Langton and Chorus
12 - Day After Tomorrow from 'Blitz!' - Helen Hobson
13 - Reviewing The Situation from 'Oliver!' - Julian Forsythe
14 - Land Of Promises from 'Maggie May' - Katrina Murphy
15 - Maggie, Maggie May from 'Maggie May' - Graham Bickley and Chorus
16 - So Tell Me from 'Blitz!' - Josephine Blake
17 - It's Yourself from 'Maggie May' - Diane Langton and Graham Bickley

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