More albums from Andrew Lloyd Webber: Jesus Christ Superstar (The Original Motion Picture Sound Track Album) by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Starlight Express – The Original Cast by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
This page lists notable US and UK albums, singles and compilations which feature music written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, alongside their release dates.
Read about Song & Dance: Variations by Andrew Lloyd Webber and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
The Greatest Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Features Song Lyrics for Andrew Lloyd Webber's Song & Dance (1982 original London cast) album. Andrew Lloyd Webber - Song & Dance (1982 Original London Cast) Album. Artist: Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Song and Dance is a combination of his 1979 Paganini variations for cello and rock band with a 1980 one-woman television piece called Tell Me on a Sunday, which featured lyrics by Don Black.
Andrew Lloyd Webber also known as Baron Lloyd-Webber - View Sheet Music for this Artist.
|Song: 'Tell Me On A Sunday'|
|A2||Let Me Finish|
|A3||It's Not The End Of The World|
|A6||Capped Teeth And Caesar Salad|
|A7||You Made Me Think You Were In Love|
|A8||Reprise: Capped Teeth And Caesar Salad|
|A9||It's Not The End Of The World (If He's Younger)|
|A10||Second Letter Home|
|A11||The Last Man In My Life|
|B1||Come Back With The Same Look In Your Eyes|
|B2||Take That Look Off Your Face|
|B3||Tell Me On A Sunday|
|B4||I Love New York|
|B6||I'm Very You You're Very Me|
|B7||Let's Talk About You|
|B8||Reprise: Let Me Finish|
|B9||Nothing Like You've Ever Known|
|B10||Reprise: Let Me Finish|
|C1||Introduction And Theme|
|C9||Variation 11 And 12|
|C10||Variation 13 And 14|
|D1||Variation 13 And 14 (Varied)|
|D4||Variation 19 And 20|
|D5||Variation 5 (Varied)|
|D6||Variation 22 And 23|
|D7||Song - When You Want To Fall In Love|
- Manufactured For – Starcall Records Pty. Ltd.
- Distributed By – Starcall Records Pty. Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – The Really Useful Company Ltd.
- Recorded By – The Really Useful Company Ltd.
- Recorded At – The Palace Theatre, London
- Choreography – Anthony Van Laast
- Directed By – Tom Gutteridge
- Engineer [Sound] – Martin Levan
- Lighting Director – John Treays
- Music Director – David Caddick
- Orchestrated By – David Cullen
- Set Designer, Lighting – David Hersey
- Written By [All Titles] – Don Black (tracks: A1 to B10)
- Written By [All Titles], Orchestrated By, Producer – Andrew Lloyd Webber (tracks: A1 to B10)