|re: Frank Wildhorn and Jim|
||rockfenris2005 05:47 pm UTC 05/02/21|
|In reply to:||re: Frank Wildhorn and Jim - Evan 09:33 am UTC 05/02/21|
Jekyll & Hyde was my first, but the version you've got to check out, is The Complete Work album from 1994. I don't know how easy it is to find these days, but believe me, it's worth it. A complete knock out!
I really like The Scarlet Pimpernel, but The Civil War is also very good. It's probably one of those two. Bonnie & Clyde is another cool one.
> Just looking at the titles of the shows alone, they all
> sound like shows Jim could’ve written. They seem like they
> all would’ve interested him. Do you have a personal
> favorite Wildhorn show? Which would be best for a newbie
> to begin listening to?
> > Frank Wildhorn had this to say about Jim on his
> > Instagram.
> > Quote:
> > RIP Jim Steinman
> > We once wrote a song together called “Bitches’ Brew.” All
> > he ever wanted to do was play 2nd base for the Yankees!
> > Love you so, my brother.
> > #jimsteinman #songwriter #legendary #badass
> > End Quote.
> > I wonder what that song's like!
> > I've been a fan of Frank's music for a while now too. I
> > think I can name all of his shows.
> > Jekyll & Hyde
> > Svengali
> > Victor/Victoria
> > The Scarlet Pimpernel
> > The Civil War
> > Dracula
> > Camille Claudel
> > Scott & Zelda
> > Mitsuko
> > Never Say Goodbye
> > Carmen
> > The Count of Monte Cristo
> > Cyrano de Bergerac
> > Bonnie & Clyde
> > Wonderland
> > Tears of Heaven
> > Artus Excalibur
> > Death Note
> > Mata Hari at the Moulin Rouge
> > The Man Who Laughs
> > Your Lie in April
> > He's just written a new symphony which is about to be
> > released, I think. It has not been easy finding his
> > albums.
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