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19th Jun '17 6:25:52 AM mlsmithca
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%%* The works of the inimitable Jason Robert Brown, including, but not limited to, pretty much the entire score of %%''Theatre/SongsForANewWorld'', and "Moving Too Fast", from ''Theatre/TheLastFiveYears''.
%%** A few examples from Songs for a New World would be "King of The World" "Stars and the Moon" and "I'm Not Afraid of Anything
%%** A couple others from Last Five Years are "Shiksa Goddess" "Still Hurting" "I Can Do Better Than That" "Nobody Needs to Know" and the {{Tearjerker}} finale "Goodbye Until Tomorrow/I Could Never Rescue You"
** The show Jason Robert Brown won a Tony award for: ''Theatre/{{Parade}}'' which includes, to name just a few,
*** "Real Big News" - Craig the reporter's soulful anthem to the big news of Leo Frank's case that could save his writing career
*** "How Can I Call This Home?" - Leo Frank's plaintive worries about being a Northerner in the South
*** "There Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense" - a gorgeous and extremely powerful song about grief as Mary's family and friends mourn her Special shout-out to Frankie's achingly simple yet heartbreaking solo lyrics
*** "You Don't Know This Man" - Lucille Frank's epic verbal smackdown of reporters trying to accuse her husband of terrible act
*** "All The Wasted Time" - a sweeping love ballad between Leo and Lucille, as they reaffirm their love for one another after years of distance, despite all the tragedy of their circumstances
*** "That's What He Said" - Jim Conley's gospel-heavy number during Leo's trial - one of the most EpicRocking court testimonies ever given
*** "This Is Not Over Yet" - the biggest HopeSpot in the musical,with a very excited Leo and Lucille duet and lightning-fast piano accompaniment
* Most of the songs from the Music/GreenDay JukeboxMusical ''Music/AmericanIdiot'', but especially "Holiday", "21 Guns", "Extraordinary Girl", and the title song. The medleys count as well.

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%%* The works of the inimitable Jason Robert Brown, including, but not limited to, pretty much the entire score of %%''Theatre/SongsForANewWorld'', ''Theatre/SongsForANewWorld'', and "Moving Too Fast", from ''Theatre/TheLastFiveYears''.
%%** A few examples from Songs ''Songs for a New World World'' would be "King of The World" "Stars and the Moon" and "I'm Not Afraid of Anything
Anything".
%%** A couple others from ''The Last Five Years Years'' are "Shiksa Goddess" "Still Hurting" "I Can Do Better Than That" "Nobody Needs to Know" and the {{Tearjerker}} finale "Goodbye Until Tomorrow/I Could Never Rescue You"
** The show
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* ''Theatre/{{Parade}}'', for which
Jason Robert Brown won a Tony award for: ''Theatre/{{Parade}}'' which includes, to name just a few,
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Tony.
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"Real Big News" - News", Craig the reporter's soulful anthem to the big news of Leo Frank's case that could save his writing career
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career.
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"How Can I Call This Home?" - Home?", Leo Frank's plaintive worries about being a Northerner in the South
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South.
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"There Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense" - Sense", a gorgeous and extremely powerful song about grief as Mary's family and friends mourn her Special shout-out to Frankie's achingly simple yet heartbreaking solo lyrics
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lyrics.
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"You Don't Know This Man" - Man", Lucille Frank's epic verbal smackdown of reporters trying to accuse her husband of terrible act
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acts.
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"All The Wasted Time" - Time", a sweeping love ballad between Leo and Lucille, as they reaffirm their love for one another after years of distance, despite all the tragedy of their circumstances
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circumstances.
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"That's What He Said" - Said", Jim Conley's gospel-heavy number during Leo's trial - trial, one of the most EpicRocking court testimonies ever given
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given.
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"This Is Not Over Yet" - Yet", the biggest HopeSpot in the musical,with musical, with a very excited Leo and Lucille duet and lightning-fast piano accompaniment
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accompaniment.
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Most of the songs from the Music/GreenDay JukeboxMusical ''Music/AmericanIdiot'', but especially "Holiday", "21 Guns", "Extraordinary Girl", and the title song. The medleys count as well.
18th Jun '17 11:33:36 PM Maryloohoo
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%%** "The World Will Know" and "Once and For All".

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%%** ** "The World Will Know" and "Once and For All".All" , each a MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber, where the strike really comes together.



%%** And "If I Loved You", especially the reprise, and "You'll Never Walk Alone", again especially the reprise. Both those are also prone to be [[TearJerker tear jerkers]].

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%%** ** And "If I Loved You", especially the reprise, and "You'll Never Walk Alone", again especially the reprise. Both those are also prone to be [[TearJerker tear jerkers]].



** [[VillainSong Cop Song]] is pretty epic as well. Also "Snuff That Girl". Both can be creepy as Hell when done right, and are major ear worms to boot.
** Also the [[MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber Act I Finale.]]

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** [[VillainSong Cop Song]] "Cop Song"]] is pretty epic as well. Also "Snuff That Girl". Both can be creepy as Hell when done right, and are major ear worms to boot.
** Also the [[MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber Act "Act I Finale.Finale".]]



** And the frantic, pounding "Why Did I Listen To That Man" where everything goes wrong



%%* Sierra Boggess' rendition of "Part of Your World" in the Broadway production of ''Theatre/TheLittleMermaid''.

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%%* * Sierra Boggess' rendition of "Part of Your World" in the Broadway production of ''Theatre/TheLittleMermaid''.''Theatre/TheLittleMermaid'' - starting sweet and full of surprising vocal power



* The works of the inimitable Jason Robert Brown, including, but not limited to, pretty much the entire score of ''Theatre/SongsForANewWorld'', and "Moving Too Fast", from ''Theatre/TheLastFiveYears''.
** A few examples from Songs for a New World would be "King of The World" "Stars and the Moon" and "I'm Not Afraid of Anything
** A couple others from Last Five Years are "Shiksa Goddess" "Still Hurting" "I Can Do Better Than That" "Nobody Needs to Know" and the {{Tearjerker}} finale "Goodbye Until Tomorrow/I Could Never Rescue You"
%%** Then there's the show JRB won a Tony award for: ''Theatre/{{Parade}}'' which includes, to name just a few, "Big News", "How Can I Call This Home?", "There Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense", "You Don't Know This Man", "The Picture Show", "All The Wasted Time", "That's What He Said", "Feel The Rainfall" and "This Is Not Over Yet"

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* %%* The works of the inimitable Jason Robert Brown, including, but not limited to, pretty much the entire score of ''Theatre/SongsForANewWorld'', %%''Theatre/SongsForANewWorld'', and "Moving Too Fast", from ''Theatre/TheLastFiveYears''.
** %%** A few examples from Songs for a New World would be "King of The World" "Stars and the Moon" and "I'm Not Afraid of Anything
** %%** A couple others from Last Five Years are "Shiksa Goddess" "Still Hurting" "I Can Do Better Than That" "Nobody Needs to Know" and the {{Tearjerker}} finale "Goodbye Until Tomorrow/I Could Never Rescue You"
%%** Then there's the ** The show JRB Jason Robert Brown won a Tony award for: ''Theatre/{{Parade}}'' which includes, to name just a few, "Big News", "How few,
***"Real Big News" - Craig the reporter's soulful anthem to the big news of Leo Frank's case that could save his writing career
***"How
Can I Call This Home?", "There Home?" - Leo Frank's plaintive worries about being a Northerner in the South
***"There
Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense", "You Sense" - a gorgeous and extremely powerful song about grief as Mary's family and friends mourn her Special shout-out to Frankie's achingly simple yet heartbreaking solo lyrics
***"You
Don't Know This Man", "The Picture Show", "All Man" - Lucille Frank's epic verbal smackdown of reporters trying to accuse her husband of terrible act
***"All
The Wasted Time", "That's Time" - a sweeping love ballad between Leo and Lucille, as they reaffirm their love for one another after years of distance, despite all the tragedy of their circumstances
***"That's
What He Said", "Feel The Rainfall" and "This Said" - Jim Conley's gospel-heavy number during Leo's trial - one of the most EpicRocking court testimonies ever given
***"This
Is Not Over Yet"Yet" - the biggest HopeSpot in the musical,with a very excited Leo and Lucille duet and lightning-fast piano accompaniment
18th Jun '17 11:13:46 PM Maryloohoo
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C26tjbwyw1s "And now it's up to me, and it's time to man up! Jesus had his time ta, now it's mine ta MAN UP!"]] Elder Cunningham's self-pep talk is hilarious and surprisingly motivating.
17th Jun '17 11:05:06 AM Maryloohoo
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%%* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPJzPI0lqiE The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In]] from the musical ''Theatre/{{Hair}}''. Also the title song, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFeNopYqthE "Hair"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y74CraC9GlY "I Got Life"]].

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%%* [[https://www.*''Theatre/{{Hair}}'' has many, many awesome songs, some very short and sung in quick succession, but to name a few:
**[[https://www.
youtube.com/watch?v=JPJzPI0lqiE The "The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In]] from In"]], the musical ''Theatre/{{Hair}}''. Also show's tearjerking finale. The pounding rhythm and poetic lyrics make it one of the title song, more powerful songs in the musical.
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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFeNopYqthE "Hair"]], and com/watch?v=Y74CraC9GlY "I Got Life"]], an upbeat number in which the main character tries to explain to his parents that he doesn't need much, so long as he's got life. By listing off all of his body parts in rapid succession. [[BetterThanItSounds It's more awesome than it sounds.]]
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[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y74CraC9GlY "I Got Life"]].com/watch?v=QFeNopYqthE "Hair"]], the title song, where the hippies explain their long-haired way of life.
16th Jun '17 9:28:52 PM mlsmithca
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** Along with "No Good Deed" and "The Wizard and I".

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** %%** Along with "No Good Deed" and "The Wizard and I".



* The ''Literature/LordOfTheRings Musical'' has the enviable position of having music that is very nearly as (or, in limited cases, ''more'') epic than the film, especially in the underscores "Flight to the Ford", and "The Battle of Minas Tirith". The actual songs are very good too, with standouts being [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeiugAnby4M&index=10&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 "Lothlorien"]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gC4dcu_CvA&index=2&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 "The Road Goes On"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX45a1wMmN8&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4&index=15 "Wonder"]]
** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odazGzmf_7w "Now And For Always"]] and [[VillainSong Smeagol's reprise of the same]] are... well, they don't have quite the same caliber of "epic" but are indeed ''very, very good''.

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* The ''Literature/LordOfTheRings Musical'' has the enviable position of having music that is very nearly as (or, in limited cases, ''more'') epic than the film, especially in the underscores "Flight to the Ford", and "The Battle of Minas Tirith". The actual songs are very good too, with standouts being [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeiugAnby4M&index=10&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 com/watch?v=zeiugAnby4M "Lothlorien"]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gC4dcu_CvA&index=2&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 com/watch?v=3gC4dcu_CvA "The Road Goes On"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX45a1wMmN8&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4&index=15 "Wonder"]]
**
com/watch?v=mX45a1wMmN8 "Wonder".]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odazGzmf_7w "Now And For Always"]] and [[VillainSong Smeagol's reprise of the same]] are... well, they don't have quite the same caliber of "epic" but are indeed ''very, very good''.



* "The Writing on the Wall" from ''Drood'' is pure Betty Buckley awesome. Final "the wall", anyone? Belted E, a capella.
** From the same show, "Both Sides of the Coin" is a duet PatterSong with a chorus that is nigh incomprehensible, which is then done at ''double speed'' at the very end.

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* "The Writing on the Wall" from ''Drood'' is pure Betty Buckley awesome. Final "the wall", anyone? Belted E, a capella.
**
capella. From the same show, "Both Sides of the Coin" is a duet PatterSong with a chorus that is nigh incomprehensible, which is then done at ''double speed'' at the very end.



*** Or every single note Enjolras sings. He even makes dying at the barricades sound AWESOME.

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*** Or every ** Every single note Enjolras sings. He even makes dying at the barricades sound AWESOME.



* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoCZEmfnE-M Cell Block Tango]]" from ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}''. GallowsHumor at its finest ("You know, some guys just can't hold their arsenic...").
** "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rn5-VN3SH1o Razzle Dazzle]]". One long paean to getting away with ''anything'' [[RefugeInAudacity through sheer sleazy awesomeness]].

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* "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoCZEmfnE-M Cell Block Tango]]" from ''Theatre/{{Chicago}}''. GallowsHumor at its finest ("You know, some guys just can't hold their arsenic...").
**
"). "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rn5-VN3SH1o Razzle Dazzle]]". One Dazzle]]" is one long paean to getting away with ''anything'' [[RefugeInAudacity through sheer sleazy awesomeness]].



** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Y3kGgVwWu4 Tango Maureen]]



** "I'll Cover You (reprise)". One of the biggest TearJerker moments in recent musical history.

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** "I'll Cover You (reprise)". One of the biggest TearJerker moments in recent musical history.history.
%%** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Y3kGgVwWu4 Tango Maureen]]



* ''The Music Man'' has "Trouble" and "Seventy-Six Trombones". Combined, they represent one of the most effective sales pitches/cons ever made.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLDsLeVxOaU Till There Was You.]]

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* ''The Music Man'' has Man'':
**
"Trouble" and "Seventy-Six Trombones". Combined, they represent one of the most effective sales pitches/cons ever made.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLDsLeVxOaU Till There Was You.]]
made.



%%** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLDsLeVxOaU Till There Was You.]]



* ''{{Newsies}}'' had some pretty rousing numbers. "Carrying the Banner" and "Seize the Day" stand out in particular.
** "Watch What Happens" is the requisite beltfest for the female lead.

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* ''{{Newsies}}'' had some pretty rousing numbers. "Carrying the Banner" and "Seize the Day" stand out in particular.
**
particular, while "Watch What Happens" is the requisite beltfest for the female lead.



* Adam Guettel. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Iob_JngT2Y For example...]]

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* %%* Adam Guettel. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Iob_JngT2Y For example...]]



* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPJzPI0lqiE The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In]] from the musical ''{{Hair}}''.
** Also the title song, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFeNopYqthE "Hair"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y74CraC9GlY "I Got Life"]].

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* %%* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPJzPI0lqiE The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In]] from the musical ''{{Hair}}''.
**
''Theatre/{{Hair}}''. Also the title song, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFeNopYqthE "Hair"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y74CraC9GlY "I Got Life"]].



* Bill Bailey's stage performances include a lot of awesome music. Probably the best would be the in ''Tinsleworm'', where he, with a local group of Indian musicians, perform a "Hindi Indie" version of Radiohead's "Creep".
** Many of the rest are also [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments hilarious]]: [[FunWithForeignLanguages Das Hokey Kokey]], the Pope's doorbell, [[LyricalDissonance Portishead's version of Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah]] or [[NightmareFuel the full version of the Roundabout song]].

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* Bill Bailey's stage performances include a lot of awesome music. Probably the best would be the in ''Tinsleworm'', where he, with a local group of Indian musicians, perform a "Hindi Indie" version of Radiohead's "Creep".
**
"Creep". Many of the rest are also [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments hilarious]]: [[FunWithForeignLanguages Das Hokey Kokey]], the Pope's doorbell, [[LyricalDissonance Portishead's version of Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah]] or [[NightmareFuel the full version of the Roundabout song]].



* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DDdM66_nSI Die, Vampire, Die!]]'' from [[TitleOfShow [title of show]]].
** Also, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGq7V9Z7PlY A Way Back To Then]]. Nostalgia never sounded so awesome!

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* ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DDdM66_nSI Die, Vampire, Die!]]'' from [[TitleOfShow [title of show]]].
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show]]]. Also, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGq7V9Z7PlY A Way Back To Then]]. Nostalgia never sounded so awesome!



* ''Kristina'' (aka ''Kristina from Duvemåla'') has a lot of good music, but few things can beat "Gold Can Turn To Sand".
** In the original Swedish version, Kristina's "You Have To Be There" is one of the best songs from any musical ''ever''. Unfortunately the English translation is poor, repetitive and has little of the original lyric's emotion and angst.

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* ''Kristina'' (aka ''Kristina from Duvemåla'') has a lot of good music, but few things can beat "Gold Can Turn To Sand".
**
Sand". In the original Swedish version, Kristina's "You Have To Be There" is one of the best songs from any musical ''ever''. Unfortunately the English translation is poor, repetitive and has little of the original lyric's emotion and angst.



* "Rose's Turn" from ''Theatre/{{Gypsy}}'' is probably the greatest SanitySlippageSong ever, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qVhAtaAyMA no]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6mGCngYChs matter]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLbToMyrpvo who]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9_8Av7OCVw it's]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_eD1btsIAE performed]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv1p1Vea0iY by.]]
** Also from ''{{Gypsy}}'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXl10a9gJwA "Everything's Coming Up Roses"]] basically consists of the starring diva chewing up the scenery for four solid minutes.

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* "Rose's Turn" from ''Theatre/{{Gypsy}}'' is probably the greatest SanitySlippageSong ever, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qVhAtaAyMA no]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6mGCngYChs matter]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLbToMyrpvo who]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9_8Av7OCVw it's]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_eD1btsIAE performed]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rv1p1Vea0iY by.]]
**
]] Also from ''{{Gypsy}}'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXl10a9gJwA "Everything's Coming Up Roses"]] basically consists of the starring diva chewing up the scenery for four solid minutes.



** Then there's the show JRB won a Tony award for: "Theatre/Parade" which includes, to name just a few, "Big News", "How Can I Call This Home?", "There Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense", "You Don't Know This Man", "The Picture Show", "All The Wasted Time", "That's What He Said", "Feel The Rainfall" and "This Is Not Over Yet"

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** %%** Then there's the show JRB won a Tony award for: "Theatre/Parade" ''Theatre/{{Parade}}'' which includes, to name just a few, "Big News", "How Can I Call This Home?", "There Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense", "You Don't Know This Man", "The Picture Show", "All The Wasted Time", "That's What He Said", "Feel The Rainfall" and "This Is Not Over Yet"
16th Jun '17 5:13:06 PM Maryloohoo
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHo81_A56EE The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In]] from the musical ''{{Hair}}''.

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* [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHo81_A56EE com/watch?v=JPJzPI0lqiE The Flesh Failures/Let The Sunshine In]] from the musical ''{{Hair}}''.''{{Hair}}''.
** Also the title song, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFeNopYqthE "Hair"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y74CraC9GlY "I Got Life"]].
16th Jun '17 5:06:15 PM Maryloohoo
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** Then there's the show JRB won a Tony award for: "Theatre/Parade" which includes, to name just a few, "Big News" "You Don't Know This Man" "The Picture Show" "All The Wasted Time" "Feel The Rainfall" and "This Is Not Over Yet"

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** Then there's the show JRB won a Tony award for: "Theatre/Parade" which includes, to name just a few, "Big News" News", "How Can I Call This Home?", "There Is A Fountain/It Don't Make Sense", "You Don't Know This Man" Man", "The Picture Show" Show", "All The Wasted Time" Time", "That's What He Said", "Feel The Rainfall" and "This Is Not Over Yet"



** "Candy Store" is an awesome girl power anthem, if more on the bitchy side of girl power. But the three-part harmonies in the second chorus are quite literally to die for.



* The Musical adaption of the ''Film/SchoolOfRock'' has TONS of amazing songs.

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* The Musical musical adaption of the ''Film/SchoolOfRock'' has TONS of amazing songs.
16th Jun '17 5:01:47 PM Maryloohoo
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* The Musical adaption of the ''Film/School of Rock'' has TONS of amazing songs.

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* The Musical adaption of the ''Film/School of Rock'' ''Film/SchoolOfRock'' has TONS of amazing songs.
16th Jun '17 5:00:50 PM Maryloohoo
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* The Musical adaption of the ''School of Rock'' has TONS of amazing songs.
** "Stick it to the Man" is a song about Dewey teaching the kids of Horace Green about how unfair the world is.
** "You're in the band" is awesome because not only is the song good, but all the little solos the kids do are actually them doing it.
** "Top of Mount Rock" is a KILLER opening number about Dewey and what he wants to become.
** "Where did all the rock go?" is sung by Ms Mullins about how her youth was so much different to how she is now, and it is beautiful.
** The title song, "School of Rock", in which ''all the kids play the instruments and do all their own solos.''

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* The Musical adaption of the ''School ''Film/School of Rock'' has TONS of amazing songs.
** "Stick it to the Man" is a song about Dewey teaching the kids of Horace Green about how unfair the world is.
is- adding a little more rock to the famous "Man" speech from the film
** "You're in the band" In The Band" is awesome because not only is the song good, good as Dewey forms the student into a rock band, but all the little solos the kids do are actually them doing it.
the child actors playing their instruments.
** "Top of "When I Climb To The Top Of Mount Rock" is a KILLER opening number about Dewey and what he wants to become.
his rock star dreams.
** "Where did all the rock go?" Did Rock Go?" is sung by Ms Principal Rosalie Mullins about how the pressure placed on her youth was so much different to how as a principal of an expensive prep school has made her repress her old, carefree, rock-and-roll-filled self, and that she is now, and wants it is beautiful.
back. It's a gorgeous song.
** The title song, "School of Rock", "Teacher's Pet", in which ''all the kids play the instruments and do all their own solos.''
16th Jun '17 4:45:43 PM Maryloohoo
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* The ''Literature/LordOfTheRings Musical'' has the enviable position of having music that is very nearly as (or, in limited cases, ''more'') epic than the film, especially in the underscores "Flight to the Ford", and "The Battle of Minas Tirith". The actual songs are very good to, with standouts being [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeiugAnby4M&index=10&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 "Lothlorien"]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gC4dcu_CvA&index=2&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 "The Road Goes On"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX45a1wMmN8&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4&index=15 "Wonder"]]

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* The ''Literature/LordOfTheRings Musical'' has the enviable position of having music that is very nearly as (or, in limited cases, ''more'') epic than the film, especially in the underscores "Flight to the Ford", and "The Battle of Minas Tirith". The actual songs are very good to, too, with standouts being [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeiugAnby4M&index=10&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 "Lothlorien"]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3gC4dcu_CvA&index=2&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4 "The Road Goes On"]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mX45a1wMmN8&list=PLC15BA24798B05CD4&index=15 "Wonder"]]
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