Luck Be A Lady - Frank Loesser - Guys & Dolls (Vinyl, Album)

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He proposed in a September letter that included funds for a railroad ticket to Los Angeles where Loesser's contract to Universal Pictures had just ended. The couple married in a judge's office.

He also worked with Arthur Schwartz , and Joseph J. Members of the Western Writers of America chose the song " Jingle Jangle Jingle ", for which he wrote the lyrics, as one of the Top Western songs of all time. After the positive reaction to Loesser writing both music and lyrics to the song, it encouraged him to write both his own music and lyrics.

In , Loesser worked as the lyricist on a little-known musical intended to be performed by and for US soldiers abroad, titled Hi Yank! Hi Yank! Army Office of Special Services as a "blueprint special" to boost the morale of soldiers located where USO shows could not visit. The "blueprint" was a book containing a musical script with instructions for staging the show, using materials locally available to deployed soldiers. This unique Hi Yank! That musical, Where's Charley?

In , he sold the rights to a song he wrote in and performed informally at parties with his then wife Lynn Garland to MGM. The studio included it in the movie Neptune's Daughter , and the song, " Baby, It's Cold Outside ", became a huge hit.

Garland was mad at Loesser for selling what she considered "their song" to MGM. His next musical, Guys and Dolls , based on the stories of Damon Runyon , was again produced by Feuer and Martin. Guys and Dolls became a hit and earned Loesser two Tony Awards.

In short, it is the world of a Warner Brothers pre-Code — but updated and turned into a s musical spectacular. A wealth of minor characters, such as Harry the Horse, hapless gangster Big Jule, and, especially, Nicely Nicely Johnson Stubby Kaye, who also starred in the original Broadway production , add to the street-smart atmosphere.

He has to persuade her to go on a date to Havana. Talk about a long shot. He is said to have struggled with the singing and dancing, and some of his vocal performances had to be cobbled together from various takes — but he brings his trademark intensity to the role in the acting sequences.

Simmons, too, was known as a dramatic actress rather than a singer, but both she and Brando do their own singing throughout rather than being dubbed, and this means they can carry their acting characterisations over into the songs.

He does seem slightly weary, and if anything looks older than his 40 years — but, surely, this is part of the character of Nathan, who has been knocking around those streets all his life and is still penniless. However, my favourite performance is possibly given by Vivian Blaine, who also took the role of Miss Adelaide in the original Broadway production. Not surprisingly, Frank wins hands down, in my book anyway.

Just to add that there are several different DVDs available. I have a region 2 release included in a box set of great musicals, which is basically a bare-bones DVD except for the long original theatrical trailer, which is almost a featurette.

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Schirmer Books, New York, The New York Times , November 25, The Unz Review. The Forward. Chicago Review Press. Joseph L. Mankiewicz: Interviews. Press of Mississippi. Retrieved 26 March Guys and Dolls film. Guys and Dolls Like Vibes Abe Burrows. James Burrows son. Musicals by Frank Loesser. Where's Charley? Jo Swerling. Guys and Dolls. Peter Swerling son. Awards for Guys and Dolls. Tony Award for Best Musical. Tony Award for Best Revival.

Luck Be A Lady-the Crap Game Dance: B6 – Marlon Brando: Luck Be A Lady: B7 – Frank Sinatra, Vivian Blaine: Sue Me: B8 – Stubby Kaye And Chorus: Sit Down, You're Rocking The Boat: B9 – Stubby Kaye And Entire Company: Guys And Dolls-finale5/5(2).

9 thoughts on “Luck Be A Lady - Frank Loesser - Guys & Dolls (Vinyl, Album)

  1. Luck Be a Lady" is a song written and composed by Frank Loesser in and first performed by Robert Alda. The song was featured in the musical Guys and Dolls. The lyrics relate the point of view of a gambler, Sky Masterson, who hopes that he will win a bet, the outcome of which will decide whether or not he is able to save his relationship with the girl of his dreams.
  2. Guys and Dolls is a musical with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling and Abe reggae.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo is based on "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown" and "Blood Pressure", which are two short stories by Damon Runyon, and also borrows characters and plot elements from other Runyon stories – most notably "Pick the Winner".Basis: "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown" and "Blood .
  3. Frank Loesser’s Guys and Dolls, in , was a masterly achievement in the new tradition – music, story, characters, acting, and direction pouring out of the same crucible. Musical dramas with nobler themes have been less perfectly composed than this breezy legend of an underworld derived from some of Damon Runyan’s stories.
  4. Every number is a classic, with “Luck Be a Lady” being recorded by every artist from Frank Sinatra (in the film version) to Chrissie Hynde, Dee Snider and the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. The only thing that could make this album better would be vinyl releases of the Broadway revival cast with Nathan Lane, Peter Gallagher and JK.
  5. Sep 17,  · Guys and Dolls, a Various Artists Album. Released in on Prism Leisure (catalog no. PLATCD ; CD). Genres: Show Tunes.
  6. These selections are also available on DRG’s An Evening With Frank Loesser, which includes Loesser’s performances of many other songs from other shows of his. That recording would be a much better purchase than this touring cast album of Guys and Dolls. — J.D.
  7. Sep 13,  · Guys & Dolls [Original Broadway Cast - ], a Various Artists Album. Released 8 January on Decca [USA] (catalog no. DL ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Show Tunes/5(1).
  8. Written by Frank Loesser in for the musical Guys and Dolls, this song was first performed onstage by Robert Alda as gambler Sky Masterson. Though Frank Sinatra would seem to be the obvious choice to play the lead role in the film version, he was assigned to Nathan Detroit, while Brando snagged the part of Masterson.
  9. May 27,  · Frank Loesser Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Crazy Warthog Media); ASCAP, CMRRA, AMRA, Kobalt Music Publishing, LatinAutor, UMPI, and 10 Music Rights Societies.

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