Double Talk - Cy Coleman, Maurice Clark (4), David Zippel - City Of Angels (CD, Album)

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  1. The London cast recording of Cy Coleman and David Zippel's City Of Angels is a virtual carbon copy of the Broadway cast album, although since that one has a slightly more distinctive cast, it gets the edge. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi.
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  3. DELAVAN — Maurice Clark, 93, of Delavan, passed away at a.m. Tuesday (Sept. 1, ) at Wesley Village Care Center in Macomb.
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  5. City of Angels [Original Broadway Cast Recording] The Broadway musical City of Angels, with a book by veteran comedy writer Larry Gelbart and songs by another veteran, composer Cy Coleman, and first-time lyricist David Zippel, is a send-up of hard-boiled detective fiction and the Hollywood movies Price: $
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  7. Voice and Piano Sheet Music Soundtrack Style 2 Stars by Nikki Hassman and Adam Anders performed by Meaghan Martin 2B A Master by T. Loeffler and Russell Velazquez by Galt Macdermot, James Rado and Gerome Ragni.
  8. Boston’s Lyric Stage Company is currently performing City of Angels, the ingenious film noir musical with a book by Larry Gelbart, music by Cy Coleman and lyrics by David tiocossladnahosolfenisdespvacuten.coinfo production (directed by the Lyric’s artistic director, Spiro Veloudos) is up and down but it doesn’t sully the musical’s considerable charm and wit.

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