Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Is it possible to have a favorite OBC recording?

4 Comments:

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:
Chess
Grand Hotel
Follies
Carousel
Kiss Me Kate
Les Miserable

Most Listened to:
Will Rogers Follies
Wicked
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.
Bill

1:56 PM  

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