9 thoughts on “ Rock Island - Meredith Willson - The Music Man / Original Soundtrack Recording (CD)

  1. Meredith Willson ‎– The Music Man - Original Soundtrack Label: Warner Bros. Records ‎– BS The Music Man / Original Soundtrack Recording ‎ (CD) Warner Bros. Records: US: Sell This Version: FLⓈ, Ⓢ FL Meredith Willson: The Music Man - Original Soundtrack /5(30).
  2. Remixed expressly for Compact Disc from original multi-track tapes by Lee Herschberg. Original release date: June 19, Back cover and CD label list "Good Night My Someone" and "Seventy Six Trombones" [finale] as a single T17, but the latter is indexed as T18 on-disc/5(4).
  3. Meredith Willson ‎– The Music Man - Original Soundtrack Label: Warner Bros. Records ‎– B , Warner Bros. Records ‎– B/5(34).
  4. Rock Island Lyrics: 1st Salesman / Cash for the merchandise, cash for the button hooks / 3rd Salesman / Cash for the cotton goods, cash for the hard goods / 1st Salesman / Cash for the soft goods.
  5. Find recording details and track inforamtion for The Music Man, musical - Meredith Willson on AllMusic.
  6. The CD was released nearly twenty years ago (I reckon), so the jewel case isn't as sturdy as those of newer releases. No big deal. The liner notes are scant, with a backstory by Meredith Willson (the man who wrote the musical) but no song lyrics. But the CD content is great and the price can't be beat/5().
  7. The Music Man was originally recorded on December 29, , and was released on January 20, The album debuted on the Billboard charts on February 24, It held the #1 spot on the charts for 12 weeks, and remained on the Billboard charts for a total of weeks.
  8. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Meredith Willson - The Music Man - Original Soundtrack at Discogs. Complete your Meredith Willson collection.
  9. The original Broadway cast of Meredith Willson's most successful musical was headed by Robert Preston, who played the part of Harold Hill, a con man who breezes into an Iowa town and tries to sell the inhabitants on nonexistent boys band equipment. Willson concentrates on percussive effects and rapid-fire spiels for Preston, though the musical standout is Barbara Cook as Marian the Librarian.

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