|It Never Would've Worked|
|Happy, Happy New Year|
|No Man Is Worth It|
|What Are You Going To Do About It?|
|A Woman Who Thinks I'm Wonderful|
|Pas De Deux/There's Never Been Anything Like Us|
|Why Can't The World Go And Leave Us Alone|
|He Always Comes Home To Me|
|I Got A New Girl|
|Dance A Little Closer|
|There's Always One You Can't Forget|
|I Don't Know|
|I Never Want To See You Again|
|On Top Of The World|
|Dance A Little Closer (reprise)|
|LPIBR-9011||Charles Strouse, Al Lerner, Len Cariou, Liz Robertson||Charles Strouse, Al Lerner, Len Cariou, Liz Robertson - Dance A Little Closer (LP)||LBR Classics||LPIBR-9011||US||1987|
|CDTER 1174||Alan Jay Lerner*, Charles Strouse||Alan Jay Lerner*, Charles Strouse - Dance A Little Closer (Original Broadway Cast) (CD, Album, RE, RM)||TER||CDTER 1174||UK||1995|
|ZCTER 1174||Alan Jay Lerner*, Charles Strouse||Alan Jay Lerner*, Charles Strouse - Dance A Little Closer (Original Broadway Cast) (Cass, Album, RE)||TER||ZCTER 1174||UK||1995|
Enjoyable alan jay lerner and charles strouse not on their best form. How dreadful it must have been to achieve the kind of success he did with "My Fair Lady" and spend the next 20 or more years having increasingly poor luck in creating a hit show. Part of his trouble, aside from his overwhelming neuroses, was his very bad habit of making himself the ultimate arbiter on whose shoulders the enterprise rose or fell. Someone needed to say "No" to him more often. That aside, and although "Dance a Little Closer" was a fast flop, ending its life the same night it opened (it was known as "Close a Little Faster".
Charles Strouse, Al Lerner, Len Cariou, Liz Robertson - Dance A Little Closer (Album). Overture - Camelot (Original Broadway Cast 1960) 3:14. Thank Heaven for Little Girls from Gigi 2:37. Camelot: I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight 2:02. Gigi - 08 It's A Bore 2:07. Camelot: The Simple Joys of Maidenhood 3:02. Gigi - 12 The Parisiens 2:24. Camelot: Camelot 2:31. Gigi - The Night They Invented Champagne - Leslie Caron 's own voice 2:14.
Written by. Alan Jay Lerner, Charles Strouse. Performed live in. Dance a Little Closer Stage production April 16, 1983. Sung by the characters "Harry Aikens" and "Cynthia Brookfield-Bailey" backed by a chorus of guests.
Dance a Little Closer is a musical with a book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Charles Strouse. The story is an updated version of Robert E. Sherwood's 1936 antiwar comedy Idiot's Delight. The musical is set on New Year's Eve "in the avoidable future" in the grand Alpine Barclay Palace Hotel, where the guests find themselves in the midst of a potential nuclear Armageddon.
Babert – Dance a Little Bit Closer. Holy Ghost – Dance A Little Closer. Julien Jabre & Mt Eden feat. Hayley Gene – A Little Closer (REIGN Remix) HDA Collectio. :42. Colin Scott Reynolds – Dance A Little Closer To Me. 5:05. Bryn Terfel, English Northern Philharmonia, Paul Daniel – There's Always One You Can't Forget Dance . :43. The Salsoul Orchestra, Charo – Dance A Little Bit Closer (The Cube Guy. :05. WRLD – Little Too Close feat Veronika Redd. Celebrare – Dance a Little Bit Closer. The Salsoul Orchestra – Dance A Little Bit Closer.
In ''Dance a Little Closer,'' our sadness is crystallized by that Act II overture because it makes us realize that even this evening's good songs (others are not so good) don't realize their potential when performed in the show proper. And that's the final, incontrovertible proof of how far off track the whole enterprise is. ''Dance a Little Closer'' is one of those musicals that seems to have taken on a rampaging, self-destructive life of its own: an initially shaky premise is steadily dismantled by errors of judgment on all fronts. As for the attractive Miss Robertson, it's asking a lot that she carry both an entire production and an unsympathetic role in her Broadway debut. She has presence and a likable personality, but as yet undeveloped performing skills. Still, aside from Mr. Rose, she's the only cast member who brightens the stage; with more experience and training, she'll grow.