1-3pm on "Matinee," Phil will play music from the all star cast recording of,  "Joseph and  the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."

By WRFR-LP Radio | Jan 27, 2013

today tune in to hear the music of "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat," with Donny Osmand and more great performing stars.

Sunday 1-3pm  “Matinee,” with Phil Seitz. This is a thematic program in which you will hear complete musical soundtracks played. Soundtracks from original Broadway Cast, original London Cast, original motion pictures, etc. Musicals from song writing teams like Rogers & Hammerstein to Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice; with shows from Carousel- Evita! You will also hear shows from  composers ranging from Irving Berlin- Stephen Soundheim- everything from “Annie Get Your Gun to Into The Woods.  You will also hear either a single soundtrack played or hear Phil put together one of his all-star cast recordings, the call is yours or he'll do it himself. Phil, will take your calls at 593-0013 just tell what you want to hear if he has it you'll hear it, chances are he will.

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat[1] is an Andrew Lloyd Webber musicalwith lyrics by Tim Rice. The story is based on the "coat of many colors" story of Joseph from the Bible's Book of Genesis. This was the first Lloyd Webber and Rice musical to be performed publicly. (Their first musical, The Likes of Us, written in 1965, was not performed until 2005.)

Joseph was first presented as a 15-minute pop cantata at Colet Court School in London in 1968 and was recorded as a concept album in 1969. After the success of the next Lloyd Webber and Rice piece, Jesus Christ SuperstarJoseph received stage productions beginning in 1970 and expanded recordings in 1971 and 1972. While still undergoing various transformations and expansions, the musical was produced in the West End in 1973, and in its full format was recorded in 1974 and opened on Broadway in 1982. Several major revivals and a 1999 straight-to-video film, starring Donny Osmond, followed.

The show has little spoken dialogue; it is completely sung-through. Its family-friendly storyline, universal themes and catchy music have resulted in numerous productions ofJoseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; according to the Really Useful Group, by 2008 more than 20,000 schools and amateur theatre groups had successfully put on productions.[2]

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