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Guys & Dolls – Reprise Repertory Theatre

LP (Item 73559) Reprise, Early 60s — Condition: Used
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One of our favorite recordings of the score to Guys & Dolls – an imaginary "cast" recording, done by Sinatra and friends in the early days of his Reprise label! The album does a good job of going back and offering up newer, and in many cases stronger, versions of the tunes that were used in the film – and titles include a great reading of "Sue Me" by Allan Sherman & Debbie Reynolds, "Luck Be A Lady" sung by Frank, "Guys & Dolls" sung by Frank and Dean Martin, "Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat" by Sammy Davis Jr, "The Oldest Established Crap Game" by Sinatra, Martin, & Bing Crosby, and "More I Cannot Wish You" by Clark Dennis. (Abridged Harmony pressing.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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