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Beauty and the Beast Colonna sonora, Import
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All the songs from the movie are here, just as wonderful as in the movie itself. What I love about this soundtrack is the new songs, however. They add so much more to the characters and overall story. Belle's "Home" is such a powerful cry of despair after agreeing to stay in the castle. And the Beast's songs "How Long Must This Go On?" and "If I Can't Love Her" allow him to express emotion and make him a sympathetic character from act one before he starts showing it to Belle.
And I must mention my favorite of the new songs. Gaston's marriage proposal "Me" is an absolute riot. Makes me laugh every time I hear it.
I've listened to this CD so much; sometimes it feels like there's something missing when I watch the movie. Ironically, "Human Again" isn't one of my favorites. I wished they'd picked one of the other songs to add to the movie for the re-release instead of that one.
Any fan of Disney's Beauty and the Beast, stage or screen, will love this recording. It's a must own.
I was actually prtty apprehensive at first. i mean there's no paig o'hara, robby benson, angela lansburry or jerry orbach. now as i write about this, i think how great that would rlly be, but at any rate i was skeptical. but for 10 bucks off amazon, i thought "ehh, what the heck." i was very pleasently surprised.
first up is the cast, i'll admit that they can't rlly hold a candle to that original cast from the film, but they all still do a great job of creating their own characters with separate identities from the film that work very well. Terrance mann's beast is very emotional and moving. susan egan's belle is good, but the only downfall is that she's not paige o'hara, but i can't stress how good she trully is at the part. the rest of the cast all favor quite well. the most important thing to remember is that this is NOT the movie; it is a seperate entity altogether, which works much better than if it merely tried to impersonate the film. that would've been a disaster
PERFORMERS 4 out of 5
the original songs are just as fresh and brilliant as ever of course. howard ashman's brilliant lyrics stand the test of time brilliantly. for that reason, it seemed kinda shady that tim rice would step in to flesh out the piece, but he does a great job. the more satirical songs like "me" work great to advance the story and characters. and the more moving songs like "home" and "if i cant love her" are effective and moving. the best part is the music. alan menken pulls many of the themes for these songs straight out of his brilliant score. you can hear them all if you go back and re-listen to that great score like i did. that use of the score gives this a great coherence and you cant tell which are original and which are new to this production. truly top notch.
SONGS 5 out of 5
in the end, this walks a fine line between being an extension of the film and being a seperate piece altogether. it walks that fine line perfectly and is a great way to relieve the film since you can just hear where all these songs would fit in. there's a reason why this is the longest running american musical on broadway. A++
OVERALL 5 out of 5