Andrew Lloyd Webber discography


Andrew Lloyd Webber discography

This page lists notable U.S. and U.K. albums and compilations which feature music written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, alongside their release dates.

Albums

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"The Likes of Us" (1965)

*2005 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Adam Brazier & Hannah Waddingham)

"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" (1968)

*1969 Original London Concept Album (ft. David Daltrey & The Mixed Bag)
*1972 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Peter Reeves & Gary Bond)
*1973 London Studio Cast Recording (ft. Peter Reeves, Gary Bond & Gordon Waller)
*1982 Original Broadway Cast Recording (ft. Laurie Beechman, Bill Hutton & Gordon Stanley)
*1991 London Revival Cast Recording (ft. Linzi Hateley & Jason Donovan)
*1992 Canadian Cast Recording (ft. Donny Osmond, Janet Metz & Johnny Seaton)
*1993 Los Angeles Cast Recording (ft. Robert Torti, Clifford David & Kelli Rabke)
*2007 London Cast Recording (ft. Lee Mead)

"Jesus Christ Superstar" (1970)

*1970 Original London Concept Album (ft. Ian Gillan, Murray Head & Yvonne Elliman)
*1971 Original Broadway Cast Recording (ft. Jeff Fenholt, Ben Vereen & Yvonne Elliman)
*1972 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Paul Nicholas, Stephen Tate & Dana Gillespie)
*1972 Original Australian Cast recording (ft. Trevor White, Jon English, Michelle Fawdon)
*1974 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (ft. Ted Neely, Yvonne Elliman & Carl Anderson)
*1992 Australian cast recording (ft. John Farnham, Jon Stevens, Kate Ceberano)
*1992 London 20th Anniversary cast recording (ft. Paul Nicholas, Keith Burns, Claire Moore)
*1995 Jay studio Cast Recording (ft. Dave Willetts, Clive Rowe, Issy Van Randwyck)
*1996 London Cast Recording (ft. Steve Balasmo, Joanna Ampil & Zubin Varla)
*2000 Broadway Cast Recording (ft. Glenn Carter, Jérôme Pradon & Renee Castle)


="Jeeves" (a.k.a. "By Jeeves") (1975)=

*1975 Original London Cast Recording (ft. David Hemmings & Michael Aldridge)
*1996 London Revival Cast Recording (ft. Steven Pacey & Malcolm Sinclair)
*2001 American Premiere Recording (ft. John Scherer & Martin Jarvis)


="Evita" (1976)=

*1976 Original London Concept Album (ft. Julie Covington, C.T. Wilkinson & Paul Jones)
*1978 Original London Cast Recording (ft. David Essex, Elaine Paige & Joss Ackland)
*1979 Original Broadway Cast Recording (ft. Mandy Patinkin, Patti LuPone & Bob Gunton)
*1980 World Tour cast (ft. James Sbano, Florence Lacey, Robert Alton)
*1996 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (ft. Antonio Banderas, Madonna & Jonathan Pryce)
*2006 London Cast Recording (ft. Matt Rawle, Elena Roger & Philip Quast)

"Tell Me On A Sunday" (1979)

*1979 Original London TV Cast Recording (ft. Marti Webb)
*2003 London Revival Cast Recording (ft. Denise Van Outen)


="Cats""' (1981)=

*1981 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Elaine Paige, Wayne Sleep & Paul Nicholas)
*1982 Original Broadway Cast Recording (ft. Betty Buckley, Ken Page & Terrance Mann)
*1985 Original Australian Cast Recording (ft. Debra Byrne, John Wood)

"Song and Dance" (1982)

*1982 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Marti Webb, Wayne Sleep & Jane Darling)
*1984 London Cast Recording Recording (ft. Sarah Brightman & Wayne Sleep)
*1985 Original Broadway Cast Recording (ft. Bernadette Peters, Christopher d'Amboise & Charlotte d'Amboise)

"Starlight Express" (1984)

*1984 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Lon Satton & Ray Shell)
*1992 London Revival Cast Recording (ft. Lon Satton & Greg Ellis)


="The Phantom of the Opera" (1986)=

*1986 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Michael Crawford, Sarah Brightman & Steve Barton)
*1989 Original Canadian Cast Recording (ft. Colm Wilkinson, Rebecca Caine, Byron Nease)
*2004 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (ft. Gerard Butler, Emmy Rossum & Patrick Wilson)

"Aspects of Love" (1989)

*1989 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Ann Crumb & Michael Ball)


="Sunset Boulevard" (1993)=

*1993 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Patti LuPone, Kevin Anderson, and Daniel Benzali)
*1994 Original Los Angeles Cast Recording (ft. Glenn Close, Alan Campbell & George Hearn)
*1995 Original Canadian Cast Recording (ft. Diahann Carroll, Rex Smith & Walter Charles)


="Whistle Down the Wind" (1998)=

*1998 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Marcus Lovett & Lottie Mayor)
*1998 Studio Cast Recording (ft. Boyzone, The Everly Brothers & Tom Jones)


="The Beautiful Game" (2000)=

*2000 Original London Cast Recording

"Bombay Dreams" (2002)

*2002 Original London Cast Recording


="The Woman in White" (2004)=

*2004 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Martin Crewes, Maria Friedman & Michael Crawford)

"The Sound of Music" (2006)

*2006 London Revival Cast Recording

Other works


="Variations" (1978)=

*1978 Original Album (ft. Julian Lloyd Webber, Barbara Thompson & Rod Argent)


="Requiem" (1985)=

*1985 Original Album (ft. Placido Domingo, Sarah Brightman & Lorin Maazel)

ongs

*"Down Thru’ Summer" / "I’ll Give All My Love To Southend" - Ross Hannaman (1967)
* "1969" / "Probably On Thursday" - Ross Hannaman (1967)
* "Believe Me I Will" - Sacha Distel (1968)
* "Try It And See" - Rita Pavone (1969)
* "Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You" - Tim Rice and the Webber Group (1969)
* "Goodbye Seattle" - Paul Raven (1970)
* "What A Line To Go Out On" - Yvonne Elliman (1972)
* "Disillusion Me" - Gary Bond (1973)
* "Christmas Dream" - Maynard Williams (1974)
* "It's Easy For You" - Elvis Presley (1977)
* "Magdalena" - Tony Christie (1977)
* "I Could Have Given You More" - Petula Clark
* "I've Been In Love Too Long" - Marti Webb

Compilations

*"The Premiere Collection: The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber" (1989)
*"Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Premiere Collection Encore" (1993)
*"The Very Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Broadway Collection" (1996)
*"Andrew Lloyd Webber: Now & Forever" [Box Set] (2001)
*"Gold: The Definitive Hits Collection" (2002)
*"Divas" (2006) (ft. Barbra Streisand, Madonna & Sarah Brightman)


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