Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Is it possible to have a favorite OBC recording?


Blogger OBC Collector said...

I noticed that I included the recording of Napoleon in the collage in error. It was not on B'way, therefore it is not an OBC.

9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My favorites aren't necessarily the CDs I listen to the most often.

My Favorites:
Grand Hotel
Kiss Me Kate
Les Miserable

Most Listened to:
Will Rogers Follies
City of Angels
Jekyll & Hyde
Phantom (Yeston)
On the 20th Century
My One and Only

8:36 PM  
Blogger StephenMosher said...

I wonder if it is possible to have a favourite in any category? I try to decide what my favourite movie is, favourite book, favourite tv show, favourite musical...all I can ever seem to come up with is a list. However, I liten to OBCs and other musicals on cd or vinyl all the time and I can say that there are, definately, stand outs. Strangely, I go through periods where one cd is my fav, until it changes to a new one. I just seem to love (almost) all of them. Do you know what stands out from my childhood, strangely? Dear World. And I still get a very special thrill when I hear certain parts of the original Gypsy---like the opening strains of Small World. I guess, to answer your question, I don't have one favourite. Do you?

6:08 AM  
Blogger Bill said...

It was GREAT hearing from you. I have felt pretty much ignored, and was convinced that no onew cared about OBC as much as I do.
Dear World is one of my favorites and is highly under rated. Angela won the Tony Award, which isn't isn't a surprise. The pieces I enjoy most from Dear World would definetly say one of my favorites is Kiss Her Now! I also like And I Was Beautiful, I Don't Want to Know.But probably my all time favorite would have to be, I've Never Said I Love You.

I actually set up this blog for people who love listening to OBCs but haven't seen the show.
Thank you for responding to my vision of what this blog can be.

1:56 PM  

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