|A1||–Rufus Smith , Robert Penn, Dave Thomas*||I'm On My Way|
|A3||–Olga San Juan||What's Goin' On Here?|
|A4||–Tony Bavaar||I Talk To The Trees|
|A5||–Rufus Smith||They Call The Wind Maria|
|A6||–James Barton||I Still See Elisa|
|A7||–Olga San Juan||How Can I Wait?|
|B1||–James Barton||In Between|
|B3||–Olga San Juan, Tony Bavaar||Carino Mia|
|B4||–Unknown Artist||There's A Coach Comin' In|
|B5||–Robert Penn||Hand Me Down That Can O' Beans|
|B6||–Tony Bavaar, Rufus Smith||Another Autumn|
|B7||–Olga San Juan||All For Him|
|B8||–James Barton||Wand'rin' Star|
|LOC 1006||Lerner-Loewe*||Paint Your Wagon (From The Musical Production "Paint Your Wagon") (LP, Mono, Gre)||RCA Victor||LOC 1006||US||Unknown|
|60243-4-RG||Lerner-Loewe*||Paint Your Wagon (From The Musical Production "Paint Your Wagon") (Cass, RE)||RCA Victor||60243-4-RG||US||Unknown|
|PLATCD 933||Lerner & Loewe||Paint Your Wagon (CD, Album, RE)||Prism Leisure||PLATCD 933||UK||2003|
|CLP 1005||Lerner & Loewe||"Paint Your Wagon" Vocal Gems From The Popular Musical Production (LP, Comp)||His Master's Voice||CLP 1005||UK||1951|
|LSO 1006(e)||Various||Paint Your Wagon (LP, Comp, RE)||RCA Victor||LSO 1006(e)||US||1965|
Paint Your Wagon (From The Musical Production "Paint Your Wagon") (LP, RE, RM). RCA Victor, RCA Victor. LSO 1006(e), LSO-1006(e). Paint Your Wagon (From The Musical Production "Paint Your Wagon") (Cass, RE).
Paint Your Wagon is a Broadway musical comedy, with book and lyrics by Alan J. Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. The story centers on a miner and his daughter and follows the lives and loves of the people in a mining camp in Gold Rush-era California. Popular songs from the show included "Wand'rin' Star", "I Talk to the Trees" and "They Call the Wind Maria".
Lerner and Loewe refers to the partnership between lyricist and librettist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe. Spanning three decades from 1942 to 1960 and again from 1970 to 1972, the pair are known for being behind the creation of critical on stage successes such as; My Fair Lady, Brigadoon, and Camelot along with the musical film Gigi. Growing up in Austria, Frederick or "Fritz" Loewe was a child prodigy concert pianist and son to a Viennese Operetta star, Edmond Loewe
Vocal Music Cast Recordings Show Tunes. The Musicality of Lerner and Loewe. The 12 tracks here are taken from the successful shows (and one film) by the team of lyricist Alan Jay Lerner and composer Frederick Loewe: Brigadoon, Paint Your Wagon, My Fair Lady, Gigi, and Camelot.
Album · 1977 · 14 Songs. The First Thing You Know (Paint Your Wagon/Soundtrack Version). 4. Hand Me Down That Can O' Beans (Paint Your Wagon/Soundtrack Version). Lee Marvin, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band & Paint Your Wagon Chorus. 5. They Call the Wind Maria (Paint Your Wagon/Soundtrack Version). Harve Presnell & Paint Your Wagon Chorus. 6. A Million Miles Away Behind The Door (Paint Your Wagon/Soundtrack Version).
Instruments: Piano and Voice. Scorings: Piano/Vocal/Chords. Product Type: Musicnotes Collection.
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Release group by Lerner & Loewe. GB. Paramount Records (1969-founded Paramount Pictures subsidiary). Paint Your Wagon (1969 film cast).
Not too easy, not too hard, just right.
10 selections from Lerner and Loewe's musical tale of the California gold fields. Includes: Best Things, The First Thing You Know, Gold Fever, Gospel of No Name City, I Still See Elisa, I Talk to the Trees, I'm on My Way, Million M. way Behind the Door, They Call the Wind Maria, Wand'rin' Star. In the back of this beautiful piano vocal album of "Paint Your Wagon," there is a picture of the lovely Jean Seberg, seated on the floor before the fire in her new home, looking up with love at Lee Marvin, who returns her look of affection and attention the scene at the end of the song "A Million Miles Away Behind the Door," which has haunted my memory for decades. Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Andre Previn, it is a perfect example of "The Songs That Got Away," which was the name of an album by Sarah Brightman.