Man of La Mancha: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (Original 1965 Broadway Cast)

Man of La Mancha: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (Original 1965 Broadway Cast)
Man of La Mancha: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (Original 1965 Broadway Cast) Man of La Mancha: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (Original 1965 Broadway Cast) Man of La Mancha: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (Original 1965 Broadway Cast) (click images to enlarge)
pinterest

Man of La Mancha: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (Original 1965 Broadway Cast)

$10.84
Not Available - stock arriving soon
Product prices and availability are accurate as of 2021-12-02 16:42:43 UTC and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on http://www.amazon.com/ at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Manufacturer Description

The original 1966 cast who brought Don Quixote from Spain to Broadway is still unsurpassed-as is this original cast album, featuring the performance that made Richard Kiley an overnight star. The Impossible Dream and the rest of the songs from this Tony-winning classic are here plus two unreleased tracks from the original sessions!

Man of La Mancha, the show that introduced "The Impossible Dream" to the world (and lounge singers everywhere), was the hit of the 1965 Broadway season. Richard Kiley is magnificent in his career-defining performance as the deluded wannabe knight Don Quixote. His leading lad Joan Diener sings the role of the kitchen wench Aldonza with just the right balance of dignity and vulgarity. Irving Jacobson turns in a fine comic performance as the Don's faithful squire, Sancho Panza. The score, with music by Mitch Leigh and lyrics by Joe Darion, was revolutionary in its time. The orchestra had no violins--just brass, woodwinds, percussion, and flamenco guitars. Man of La Mancha is one of Broadway's most inspiring musicals and it well deserves its high reputation. --Michael Simmons

Key Product Details

  • Genre: Soundtracks & Shows

Related Products