Episode 82: It’s A Hit! Part One

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On this week’s show, Jamie and Rob launch a special three part mini-series looking at some of the biggest Broadway musical hits of all time, beginning with 1943’s landmark “Oklahoma!” and continuing through today’s juggernaut “Hamilton”. Part One focuses on the biggest hits of Broadway’s golden age.

This week’s music: “Guns & Ships”, “Yorktown”, “It’s Quiet Uptown”, from “Hamilton”, “Kansas City”, from Royal National Theatre’s “Oklahoma!”, and “Out Of My Dreams” from “Oklahoma”, “Overture” and “I Could Have Danced All Night” from “My Fair Lady”, “Put On Your Sunday Clothes”, “Before The Parade Passes By” from “Hello, Dolly!” (Channing), “Hello, Dolly!” by Louis Armstrong, “Before The Parade Passes By” from “Hello, Dolly!” (Martin), “Before The Parade Passes By” from “Hello, Dolly!” (Midler), “Tradition”, “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Traditsye”, from “Fiddler on the Roof – 2018 Cast, in Yiddish”, “The Man of La Mancha” by Linda Eder, “Dulcinea” and “The Impossible Dream” from “The Man of La Mancha: New Cast Recording, 2002”, “Helpless” from “Hamilton”.

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