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  • Najinn says:
    A Chorus Line Sleeve, Back: Original Cast Recording A New York Shakespeare Festival Production in association with Plum Productions Joseph Papp presents A Chorus Line Includes inner sleeve with pictures, cast and credit details. Inner sleeve credits both performer and cast "character" role. Labels credit last names of performers/5(48).
  • Karamar says:
    SONG: One ARTIST: Marvin Hamlisch and Edward Kleban From the musical, A Chorus Line D#maj7 A7 One singular sensation, every little step she takes D#maj7 Gm C7 Am One thrilling combination, every move that she makes D7 Gm - D7 - Gm G#m One smile and suddenly nobody else will do C#7 F#m-C#7/F-A7/E - A7 - You know you'll never be lonely with you-know-who D#maj7 A7 One moment .
  • Shakam says:
    Find album release information for A Chorus Line [Original Broadway Cast Recording] A Chorus Line [Original Broadway Cast Recording] Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. LP: A Chorus Line [Original Cast Recording] Columbia
  • Vijin says:
    A Chorus Line 40th Anniversary Celebration presents the remixed and remastered audio for the full score for the first time on gram vinyl. Housed in a gatefold jacket which includes rare photos from the original recording sessions, this vinyl edition includes a download card redeemable for the entire 40th Anniversary Celebration set.5/5(1).
  • Kelmaran says:
    Jan 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - A Chorus Line - One (Finale) YouTube As If We Never Said Goodbye - Royal Albert Hall | Sunset Boulevard - Duration: Sunset Boulevard 1,, views.
  • JoJozilkree says:
    One ALL One Singular sensation Ev'ry little step she takes. One Thrilling combination Ev'ry move that she makes. One smile and suddenly nobody else will do. You know you'll never be lonely With you-know-who. One moment in her presence And you can forget the rest, For the girl is second best to none, son. Ooh! Sigh! Give her your attention.
  • Mamuro says:
    Nov 15,  · When “A Chorus Line” opened on Broadway in — having step-ball-changed its way uptown from the New York Shakespeare Festival — it was the .
  • Tukora says:
    One is a song from the musical A Chorus Line. Production. Director Michael Bennett explained his view regarding the song's inception and placement within the show: I want the audience to walk out of the theatre saying, 'Those kids shouldn't be in a chorus!'.

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