Original Cast Recording | A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe

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A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe

by Original Cast Recording

Live highlights recording of the sell-out West End gala concert featuring Julie Atherton, Helena Blackman, Gareth Gates, James Gillan, Alison Jiear, Leanne Jones, Shona Lindsay, Claire Moore, Joanna Riding, Clive Rowe, Scarlett Strallen & Oliver Tompsett.
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1. Flowers for a King
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2. There\'s No Harm in Asking
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3. Wait a Bit
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4. Joy of Motherhood
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5. Never Land
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6. There\'s Always Tomorrow
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7. Practically Perfect
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8. Magic Fingers
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9. Carrying a Torch
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10. A Little Bit of Nothing
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11. Diva
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12. Wishing for the Normal
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13. I\'m So Over Men
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14. Gypsies of the Ether
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15. It\'s Hard to Tell
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16. They Don\'t Make Glass Slippers
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17. You Shall Go to the Ball
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18. Does the Moment Ever Come?
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Following its sell-out success as a gala West End concert last year, A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe lives on in the form of a live highlights recording, released on CD.

It features Olivier Award winners Stiles & Drewe themselves, fellow Olivier recipients Leanne Jones (Hairspray), Joanna Riding and Clive Rowe, pop star Gareth Gates (soon to play the title role in Joseph), musical theatre stars Julie Atherton (Avenue Q), Helena Blackman (runner-up on How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?), Daniel Boys (I’d Do Anything), Richard Dempsey, James Gillan, Lisa O’Hare (Mary Poppins UK tour), Alison Jiear (Jerry Springer), Shona Lindsay (Aspects of Love), Claire Moore, Caroline Sheen, Scarlett Strallen (Mary Poppins on Broadway), Rebecca Thornhill and Oliver Tompsett (Wicked).

Celebrating 25 years of songwriting by the Olivier Award winning duo of musical theatre composer George Stiles and lyricist Anthony Drewe, A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe includes a selection of songs from their shows including Honk!, Just So, Peter Pan and Mary Poppins, as well as a wealth of previously unrecorded material and six exclusive tracks from their upcoming show, Soho Cinders, an urban twist on the classic fairytale, in which Cinderella (Gareth Gates) is running for his Prince, whilst his Prince is running for Mayor of London.

A Spoonful of Stiles & Drewe was produced by Neil Eckersley and Paul Spicer for Speckulation Entertainment with creative direction by Paul Spicer, musical supervision by George Stiles and artistic supervision by Anthony Drewe. Recorded live at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London on Sunday 6 July 2008, the recording is produced by George Stiles.

Thanks to the generosity of everyone involved, all profits from the recording’s release will go to Mercury Musical Developments, a British charity nurturing new musical theatre writing.


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