Coco

Original Broadway Cast (1969)

Credits

Staff

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Conductor


Cast

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Coco Chanel
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Louis Greff
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Noelle
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Georges
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Sebastian Baye
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Pignol
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Dwight Berkwit, Orbach's
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Ronny Ginsborn, Best & Co.
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Eugene Bernstone, Saks
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Phil Rosenberry, Bloomingdale's
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Charles, Duke of Glenallen
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Grand Duke Alexandrovitch
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Voice of Grand Duke Alexandrovitch
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Albert
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Papa
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Simone
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Adrienne
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Nadine
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Claire
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Armand
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Julian Lesage
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Colette
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Madelaine
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Docaton
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Mimi
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Jeanine
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Lucille
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Varne
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Solange
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Annette
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Helene
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Claude
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Marie
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Loublaye/Lapidus
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Juliette
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Dr. Petitjean


Track List

The song list for this recording has been verified as complete.

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  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • But That's the Way You Are .... Alex
  • The World Belongs to the Young .... Coco and Chorus
  • Let's Go Home .... Georges
  • Mademoiselle Cliché de Paris .... Coco
  • On the Corner of the Rue Cambon .... Coco
  • The Money Rings Out Like Freedom .... Coco and Chorus
  • A Brand New Dress .... Noelle
  • A Woman is How She Loves .... Georges
  • Gabrielle .... Papa
  • Coco .... Coco
  • Fiasco .... Sebastian
  • When Your Lover Says Goodbye .... Greff
  • Orbach's, Bloomingdale's, Best and Saks .... Coco, Berkwit, Bernstone, Ginsborn, Rosenberry
  • Always Mademoiselle .... Coco

Trivia & History

The original issue of this recording was later withdrawn and re-mixed before reissuing the album. There are so many varied matrix numbers on both issues that only the differences are listed here.

  • On the label of the original issue, each song is numbered and the numbers are uniform: 1 2 3. On the remixed/reissue, the numbers are staggered: 1 2 3 .
  • On the first issue the overture fades directly into the first song. On the second issue there is a short pause between.
  • On the first issue "The Money Rings Out Like Freedom" has a long dance sequence. On the second issue this dance section has been cut.
  • On the first issue the monologue preceding "Gabrielle" has a silent background. On the second issue the monologue is underscored with the music of "Coco".
  • On the first issue "Orbach's, Bloomingdale's, Best and Saks" is missing a very short segment of dance music. On the second issue the short segment was reinstated but the long segment on the first issue was cut.

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