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Disc 1 - Original Movie Soundtrack

1. Prologue - Orchestra
2. Jet Song - (Vocals: Russ Tamblyn & The Jets)
3. Something's Coming - (Vocals: Richard Beymer)
4. Dance At The Gym - Orchestra
5. Maria - (Vocals: Richard Beymer)
6. America - (Vocals: Rita Moreno, George
Chakiris, The Sharks & Girls)
7. Tonight - (Vocals: Richard Beymer, Natalie Wood)
8. Gee, Officer Krupke! - (Vocals: Russ Tamblyn & The Jets)
9. I Feel Pretty - (Vocals: Natalie Wood, Yvonne Wilder, Suzie Kaye and Joanne Miya)
10. One Hand, One Heart - (Vocals: Richard Beymer, Natalie Wood)
11. Quintet - (Vocals: Richard Beymer, Natalie Wood, Rita Moreno, The Jets & The Sharks)
12. The Rumble - Orchestra
13. Cool - (Vocals: Tucker Smith & The Jets)
14. A Boy Like That / I Have A Love - (Vocals: Natalie Wood, Rita Moreno)
15. Somewhere (Finale) - (Vocals: Richard Beymer, Natalie Wood)

Disc 2 - Original Broadway Cast Recording

1. Prologue And Jet Song - Orchestra & The Jets
2. Something's Coming - (Vocals: Larry Kert)
3. Dance At The Gym - Orchestra
4. Maria - (Vocals: Larry Kert)
5. Tonight - (Vocals: Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert)
6. America - (Vocals: Chita Rivera)
7. Cool - (Vocals: Mickey Calin)
8. One Hand One Heart - (Vocals: Carol Lawrence, Larry Kert)
9. Tonight - Ensemble
10. The Rumble - Orchestra
11. I Feel Pretty - (Vocals: Carol Lawrence)
12. Somewhere (Ballet) - (Vocals: Reri Grist)
13. Gee, Officer Krupke! - (Vocals: Eddie Roll, Grover Dale)
14. A Boy Like That /I Have A Love - (Vocals: Carol Lawrence, Chita Rivera)
15. Finale - Orchestra

West Side Story (Movie and Broadway OST)


Format 2CD

Cat No NOT2CD707

Bar-Code 5060143497070

Availability: In stock


West Side Story became the smash hit stage musical of 1957 through a combination of Leonard Bernstein’s dramatic
score with Jerome Robbins’ exuberant dance routines. The musical also introduced a young Stephen Sondheim as
lyricist. The ten-Oscar haul West Side Story garnered, including Best Picture and Best Original Score, was a record
for any movie musical. As for this album, it clocked up 53 weeks on top of the Billboard Stereo Albums chart and
12 on the Mono, making it the album with the most weeks at Number 1 of the rock (post 1955) era. Featured here
are the Original Movie and Broadway soundtracks

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