ATM my son in Singapore for a Coldplay concert
I heard the soundtrack first when I was in Ukraine in 1989 before I got the chance to see the film on rented video in the early 1990s upon my return. I borrowed and copied the OST in vinyl format to cassette tape. This is why Ian Gillan’s version was the original version I heard. Here it is in a rare video recording.
Now here is Ted Neeley’s film section
Then 33 years later in a theatrical version in New York (2006). Great performance!!!! Goosebumps.
Steve Balsamo’s version in 2004.
It’s Lenten Season in the Catholic world and coming home I felt the urge to see some videos and updates on the lives of the actors and actresses in the film. Came across this one.
Moving take on IDKHTLH by Sinead
Now here’s Ted Neeley two Decembers ago. Love the many trivia in this interview
…for the third time. As he began this kind of project back in 2015. This album is one day old from where I sit released just yesterday, March 31, 2017.
Dylan: I am finding these great songs to be a tremendous source of inspiration that has led me to one of my most satisfying periods in the studio. I’ve hit upon new ways to uncover and interpret these songs that are right in line with the best recordings of my own songs, and my band and I really seemed to hit our stride on every level with Triplicate. (Wiki)
The first single from this 38th studio album is I Could Have Told You. Pitchfork reviews it, which pretty sums up the whole three-disc album I listened to, the full 96 mins of it, as well:
Frank Sinatra’s “I Could Have Told You” is a late-night tale of heartbreak. On his new cover, Bob Dylan finds a simple sound for this simple song, making it ragged and lonely and distinctly his own. It’s just Dylan’s aged, whiskey-on-the-rocks voice, burbling over pedal steel, electric guitar, and upright bass; no drums, no overdubs. When Dylan first announced his plan to cover Sinatra on 2015’s Shadows in the Night, it might have seemed like another one of his weird heel turns—denying fans his Nobel-prizeworthy songwriting and highlighting his increasingly rough vocals. But with the announcement of the 30-song Triplicate—Dylan’s third album of pop standards in as many years—it’s clear that this isn’t a passing phase. Of course, his ability to transform old ideas with just his voice is not a newfound skill: it’s how he introduced himself to the world with the traditional folk songs of his 1962 debut. Like his best work, “I Could Have Told You” is the sound of an artist never content to let the past be past.
|Disc 1 – ‘Til the Sun Goes Down|
|1.||“I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plan“||Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz||2:27|
|2.||“The September of My Years“||Jimmy Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn||3:25|
|3.||“I Could Have Told You”||Carl Sigman, Jimmy Van Heusen||3:37|
|4.||“Once Upon a Time“||Charles Strouse, Lee Adams||3:37|
|5.||“Stormy Weather“||Harold Arlen, Ted Koehler||3:05|
|6.||“This Nearly Was Mine”||Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II||2:48|
|7.||“That Old Feeling“||Sammy Fain, Lew Brown||3:38|
|8.||“It Gets Lonely Early”||Van Heusen, Cahn||3:10|
|9.||“My One and Only Love“||Guy Wood, Robert Mellin||3:21|
|10.||“Trade Winds”||Ralph MacDonald||2:40|
|Disc 2 – Devil Dolls|
|1.||“Braggin'”||Jimmy Shirl, Robert Marko, Henry Manners||2:44|
|2.||“As Time Goes By“||Herman Hupfeld||3:22|
|3.||“Imagination“||Van Heusen, Johnny Burke||2:34|
|4.||“How Deep Is the Ocean?“||Irving Berlin||3:23|
|5.||“P.S. I Love You“||Gordon Jenkins, Johnny Mercer||4:17|
|6.||“The Best Is Yet to Come“||Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh||2:57|
|7.||“But Beautiful“||Van Heusen, Burke||3:22|
|8.||“Here’s That Rainy Day“||Van Heusen, Burke||3:27|
|9.||“Where Is the One?”||Alec Wilder, Edwin Finckel||3:14|
|10.||“There’s a Flaw in My Flue”||Van Heusen, Burke||2:47|
|Disc 3 – Comin’ Home Late|
|1.||“Day In, Day Out“||Rube Bloom, Mercer||3:01|
|2.||“I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night”||Harold Adamson, Jimmy McHugh||3:15|
|3.||“Sentimental Journey“||Les Brown, Ben Homer, Bud Green||3:11|
|4.||“Somewhere Along the Way“||Van Heusen, Sammy Gallop||3:18|
|5.||“When the World Was Young“||Philippe-Gérard, Angèle Vannier, Mercer||3:47|
|6.||“These Foolish Things“||Eric Maschwitz, Jack Strachey||4:11|
|7.||“You Go to My Head“||John Frederick Coots, Haven Gillespie||3:06|
|8.||“Stardust“||Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish||2:30|
|9.||“It’s Funny to Everyone But Me“||Jack Lawrence||2:38|
|10.||“Why Was I Born?“||Jerome Kern, Hammerstein II||2:50|