Harlem Song (Original Apollo Theater Cast Recording) - Original Cast Recording

Harlem Song (Original Apollo Theater Cast Recording)

Original Cast Recording

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2002-10-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 24

  • ℗ 2002 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Here Comes My Daddy Now Original Cast Recording 0:35 USD 0.69
2
Late One Night Original Cast Recording 3:29 USD 1.29
3
Well Alright Then Original Cast Recording 3:55 USD 0.69
4
Drop Me Off In Harlem Original Cast Recording 3:39 USD 1.29
5
Tarzan of Harlem Original Cast Recording 1:40 USD 0.69
6
Shakin' the African (Intro) Original Cast Recording 0:14 USD 1.29
7
Shakin' the African Original Cast Recording 1:32 USD 0.69
8
For Sale (Intro) Original Cast Recording 0:48 USD 1.29
9
For Sale Original Cast Recording 3:43 USD 1.29
10
Drop Me Off In Harlem (Reprise Original Cast Recording 0:47 USD 1.29
11
Doin' the Nigeratie Rag Original Cast Recording 4:35 USD 0.69
12
Coge el "A" Train (Take the "A Original Cast Recording 2:31 USD 1.29
13
Depression Chant Original Cast Recording 0:16 USD 0.69
14
Hungry Blues Original Cast Recording 4:23 USD 1.29
15
Linda Brown Original Cast Recording 4:45 USD 1.29
16
Here You Come with Love Original Cast Recording 3:58 USD 0.69
17
King Joe Original Cast Recording 3:32 USD 0.69
18
A Fable of Rage In the Key of Original Cast Recording 4:40 USD 0.69
19
Uptown Jazzmen Original Cast Recording 3:08 USD 1.29
20
Dream Deferred (Intro) Original Cast Recording 0:29 USD 0.69
21
Dream Deferred Original Cast Recording 3:02 USD 1.29
22
Shake Original Cast Recording 7:01 USD 0.69
23
Tree of Life Original Cast Recording 4:06 USD 1.29
24
One Word Original Cast Recording 2:38 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Travel to the Harlem Renaissance Era to the 21st century

    5
    By 2Serenity
    As someone who loves Broadway musicals with a little flair, Harlem Song is one that you have to have in your collection if you enjoy history, jazz, soul, gospel, and rhythm and blues. The production gives you personal narratives from residents of Harlem from the past incorporated into song and dance. Discussions of the assinations of Dr. King and Malcolm X, dance, civil rights issues, music and other issues that were pertient to the American community especially the black community are told through the voices of actual residents of Harlem. I wish a video could be made available of this production (hint hint). I personally had the opportunity to see the production at the Apollo in 2002, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Now knowing I can hear the production at anytime brings joy to my life. Another masterpiece by George C. Wolfe!

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