Various - Bye Bye Birdie (An Original Soundtrack Recording) download album
An Original Soundtrack Recording Previously released as LSO-1081. RCA Corporation - Made in . Public performance clearance - ASCAP. Dick Van Dyke, Jesse Pearson, Paul Lynde through courtesy of Columbia Records. Based upon the musical play "Bye Bye Birdie". The song "One Last Kiss" was never sung to completion by Jesse Pearson in the film, and was recorded in the.
This is the soundtrack album of the 1963 film version of the Broadway hit, with Dick Van Dyke reprising his role as an agent to a rock star (Jesse Pearson) who has been drafted by the military. Bye Bye Birdie (An Original Soundtrack Recording) Q&A. Primary Artists Albert Peterson & Rosie DeLeon, Ann-Margret, Harry MacAfee, Mae Peterson, Albert Peterson, Randolph MacAfee & 1 more. Featuring Ann-Margret, Bobby Rydell, Bryan Russell (child actor) & 4 more. Producers Neely Plumb. Writers Charles Strouse & Lee Adams. More Various Artists albums.
Bye Bye Birdie (Reprise) by Kim MacAfee (Ft. Ann-Margret) Lyrics. Primary Artists Albert Peterson & Rosie DeLeon, Conrad Birdie, Harry MacAfee, Mae Peterson, Albert Peterson, Randolph MacAfee & 2 more.
1. Overture (Bye Bye Birdie - Main Title) 4:18. 2. How Lovely To Be A Woman 2:37. 3. The Telephone Hour 2:49. 11. Rosie And Bye Bye Birdie (End Title Finale) 3:37.
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Album · 2013 · 19 Songs. Bye Bye Birdie (Bonus Track). Ann-Margret & Billy Strange. Original Broadway Cast of Bye Bye Birdie. 42nd Street - Original Broadway Cast Recording. Newsies (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Like all Broadway musicals, Bye Bye Birdie underwent some changes on its way to the big screen. In the case of this show, a parody of the 1950s rock & roll fervor that took off from Elvis Presley's departure for the army, the main alteration had to do with the balance of emphasis among the characters. Ann-Margret was a big addition, but the original Broadway cast recording was still the one to own. The 2003 reissue added three minor tracks, the most notable of which was the exotic instrumental "The Sultans' Ballet," even if it sounded out of place.
Overture (Bye Bye Birdie-Main Title) - Ann-Margret, Johny Green & The Columbia Studio Orchestra. How Lovely To Be A Woman - Ann-Margret. The Telephone Hour - Bobby Rydell & The Sweet Apple Teenagers. 4. Put On A Happy Face - Dick Van Dyke & Janet Leigh. 5. Honestly Sincere - Jesse Pearson. 6. Hymn For A Sunday Evening - Ann-Margret, Paul Lynde, Mary La Roche, Bryan Russell. 7. One Last Kiss - Jesse Pearson.
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|A1||–Ann-Margret* With Johnny Green And Columbia Studio Orchestra, The*||Overture (Bye Bye Birdie - Main Title)||4:18|
|A2||–Ann-Margret*||How Lovely To Be A Woman||2:37|
|A3||–Bobby Rydell And The Sweet Apple Teenagers||The Telephone Hour||2:49|
|A4||–Dick Van Dyke , Janet Leigh||Put On A Happy Face||3:35|
|A5||–Jesse Pearson||Honestly Sincere||3:16|
|A6||–Ann-Margret*, Paul Lynde, Mary La Roche, Bryan Russell||Hymn For A Sunday Evening||2:11|
|B1||–Jesse Pearson||One Last Kiss
Arranged By, Conductor – Hank Levine
|B2||–Ann-Margret*, Janet Leigh, Bobby Rydell||One Boy||5:05|
|B3||–Dick Van Dyke , Paul Lynde, Maureen Stapleton, Bryan Russell||Kids||2:32|
|B4||–Jesse Pearson, Ann-Margret*, Bobby Rydell||A Lot Of Livin' To Do||5:58|
|B5||–Ann-Margret*, Janet Leigh, Dick Van Dyke , Bobby Rydell||Rosie And Bye Bye Birdie (End Title Finale)||3:37|
- Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
- Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Hollywood
- Adapted By [Adapted The Background Score], Orchestrated By [Orchestrated The Background Score] – Johnny Green
- Choreography [Choreographed By] – Onna White
- Edited By [Film Music Editor] – Igo Kantor
- Engineer [Columbia Pictures Recording Engineer] – Mike MacLaughlin
- Engineer [Film To Tape Engineer] – Murray Spivack*
- Engineer [Rca Victor Recording Engineer] – John Norman
- Film Director [Directed By] – George Sidney
- Film Producer [Producer] – Fred Kohlmar
- Liner Notes – Hal Levy
- Lyrics By – Lee Adams
- Music By – Charles Strouse
- Orchestrated By – Albert Woodbury (tracks: A1, A3, A5, A6, B3, B5), Johnny Green (tracks: A2, A4, B2, B4, B5)
- Other [Book By] – Michael Stewart
- Other [In Association With] – L. Slade Brown
- Other [Produced On Broadway By] – Edward Padula
- Other [Screenplay By] – Irving Brecher
- Producer [Produced For Records By] – Neely Plumb
- Supervised By, Arranged By, Conductor – Johnny Green
NotesDistinguishing features of this submission:
Black deep-groove RCA Victor labels, with "New Orthophonic High Fidelity" at 3:00 on the edge of the labels.
An Original Soundtrack Recording. Previously released as LSO-1081
RE tagged on the cover only. Reissue coordinated with LSO-1081 RE
Label matrix- PPRM is P-1963, P- popular, R- 12" 331/3, M- mono fine.
Pressed by RCA Pressing Plant, Hollywood, CA
Pressing is IDed by the stamped H in the deadwax.
© 1963, RCA, New York, N.Y.
Printed in U.S.
RCA Corporation - Made in U.S.A.
Public performance clearance - ASCAP
Dick Van Dyke, Jesse Pearson, Paul Lynde through courtesy of Columbia Records.
Albert Woodbury, Green's associate, orchestrated five musical numbers including "Bye Bye Birdie (vocal)" and the other tracks shown in credits.
Based upon the musical play "Bye Bye Birdie".
The song "One Last Kiss" was never sung to completion by Jesse Pearson in the film, and was recorded in the RCA Victor Hollywood Studios.
A1: Ann-Margret with Johnny Green and the Columbia Studio Orchestra appears on sleeve, Ann-Margret with Johnny Green and Orch. appears on label
A3: Bobby Rydell and The Sweet Apple Teenagers appears on sleeve, Bobby Rydell & The Sweet Apple Teenagers appears on label
RCA appears on sleeve, RCA Victor appears on labels.
Cat # LOC 1081 appears on the label.
Cat # LOC-1081 appears on the spine, front cover, bottom-left and rear cover, top-right.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): (PPRM-2902)
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): (PPRM-2903)
- Rights Society (Cover Back): ASCAP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Stamped): PPRM-2902--3S H /
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Stamped): PPRM-2903--3S H /
- Pressing Plant ID (Runouts Stamped): H
|LSO-1081||Various||Bye Bye Birdie (An Original Soundtrack Recording) (LP, Album, Fir)||RCA Victor||LSO-1081||US||1963|
|LOC-1081||Various||Bye Bye Birdie (An Original Soundtrack Recording) (LP, Album, Mono, Sec)||RCA Victor||LOC-1081||Canada||1963|
|LOC 1081, LOC-1081||Various||Bye Bye Birdie (An Original Soundtrack Recording) (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LOC 1081, LOC-1081||US||1963|
|1081-2-R||Various||Bye Bye Birdie (An Original Soundtrack Recording) (CD, RE, RM)||RCA Victor||1081-2-R||US||1990|
|NL 37539||Charles Strouse||Bye Bye Birdie (Bande Originale du Film de George Sidney) (LP, Album)||RCA||NL 37539||France||1981|