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Track Listing:

1
I'm Looking for Something, Baby - Nicholas Bailey
 
2
Goin' Downtown - Original London Cast of Dreamgirls Ensemble
 
3
Takin' the Long Way Home - Gabriel Mokake
 
4
Move - Liisi LaFontaine
 
5
Fake Your Way to the Top - Liisi LaFontaine
 
6
Cadillac Car - Tyrone Huntley
 
7
Steppin' to the Bad Side - Tyrone Huntley
 
8
Party, Party - Tyrone Huntley
 
9
I Want You, Baby - Liisi LaFontaine
 
10
Family - Tyrone Huntley
 
11
Dreamgirls - Liisi LaFontaine
 
12
Press Conference - Liisi LaFontaine
 
13
Heavy - Liisi LaFontaine
 
14
It's All Over - Tyrone Huntley
 
15
And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going - Amber Riley
 
16
Love, Love You Baby - Tyrone Huntley
 
17
When I First Saw You - Liisi LaFontaine
 
18
I Am Changing - Amber Riley
 
19
Ain't No Party - Ibinabo Jack
 
20
I Meant You No Harm - Adam J Bernard
 
21
The Rap - Rohan Richards
 
22
I Miss You, Old Friend - Tyrone Huntley
 
23
One Night Only - Rohan Richards
 
24
I'm Somebody - Tyrone Huntley
 
25
Listen - Liisi LaFontaine
 
26
Effie White's Gonna Win/ You Are My Dream (Reprise) - Tyrone Huntley
 
27
Hard To Say Goodbye - Lily Frazer
 
28
Dreamgirls (Reprise) - Lily Frazer
 

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Dreamgirls - Original London Cast Recording


MASTERWORKS BROADWAY RELEASES DREAMGIRLS - ORIGINAL LONDON CAST RECORDING
Available Digitally April 28 - 2-CD Set Out May 12
Five Olivier Award Nominations Including Best New Musical and Amber Riley for Best Actress in a Musical

Masterworks Broadway proudly announces the release of the highly anticipated Original London Cast Recording of Dreamgirls.  The new double album will be available via online retailers and streaming services April 28 (preorder live April 14), with the 2-CD set following May 12.

Recorded live in its entirety at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End, the album captures the on-stage exhilaration of the original cast, the 14-piece band and audience. Dreamgirls' legendary score features the unforgettable songs "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going," "I Am Changing," "Listen" and "One Night Only."

The Dreamgirls Original London Cast Recording is produced by composer Henry Krieger and mixed by Andy Bradfield. The cast recording features Amber Riley as Effie White, Liisi LaFontaine as Deena Jones and Ibinabo Jack as Lorrell Robinson - making up the soulful singing trio ‘The Dreams'; JoeAaron Reid as Curtis Taylor Jr, Adam J. Bernard as Jimmy Early, Tyrone Huntley as C.C. White, Nicholas Bailey as Marty and Lily Frazer as Michelle Morris.  The ensemble includes Michael Afemaré, Jocasta Almgill, Callum Aylott, Hugo Batista, Samara Casteallo, Chloe Chambers, Carly Mercedes Dyer, Joelle Dyson, Kimmy Edwards, Candace Furbert, Nathan Graham, Ashley Luke Lloyd, Gabriel Mokake, Siân Nathaniel-James, Sean Parkins, Kirk Patterson, Ryan Reid, Rohan Richards, Noel Samuels, Durone Stokes and Tosh Wanogho-Maud.

The long-awaited UK premiere of Dreamgirls opened at the Savoy Theatre in December 2016 to widespread critical acclaim, 35 years after originally opening on Broadway. It is directed and choreographed by Olivier and Tony Award®-winning Casey Nicholaw (The Book of Mormon, Disney's Aladdin and Something Rotten!), with set design by Tim Hatley, costume design by Gregg Barnes, lighting design by Hugh Vanstone, sound design by Richard Brooker and hair design by Josh Marquette. The musical supervisor is Nick Finlow, the orchestrator is Harold Wheeler, with additional material by Willie Reale.

Dreamgirls transports you to a revolutionary time in American music history. It charts the tumultuous journey of a young female singing trio from Chicago called ‘The Dreams', as they learn the hard lesson that show business is as tough as it is fabulous.

With book and lyrics by Tom Eyen and music by Henry Krieger, the original Broadway production of Dreamgirls, directed and choreographed by Michael Bennett, opened in 1981 and subsequently won six Tony Awards®. The original cast recording won two Grammy Awards for Best Musical Theater Album and Best Vocal Performance for Jennifer Holliday's ‘And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going.' In 2006 it was adapted into an Oscar winning motion picture starring Beyoncé Knowles, Jennifer Hudson, Eddie Murphy and Jamie Foxx.