I’ve got most of those audios (like 90%) on actual CD. Which is good. But: finally I know who is Yuichiro Yamaguchi and who’s Kiyotaka Imai! I knew once, but after 12 or 15 years you tend to forget and this is just sooooo amazing! Thank you! The only Cast recordings I didn’t own were Hungary and Poland. It’s soooo cool to have them now. Also: Graham Bickleys studio recording was my first encounter with POTO (well, the very first was an generic oh-all-those-Broadway-hits-look-there-is-Phantom-sung-by-people-who-shan’t-sing-it recording I still possess for - rasons). I adore Graham Bickley! I would have loved to listen to his Final Lair and it’s Captain Jack! John Barrowman. As a big Doctor Who fangirl this makes my heart jump. I still own the original CD (mine was very green and accompanied by a lovely book of drawings and photos of the original London show. Sadly I lost the book. I’ll never forgive myself! I searched for it almost everywher but wasn’t able to find it. Maria Björnsons Designs were in there, so that’s why this Graham Bickley thing will always be one of my favourites because it told me more about the story and music and even more about the looks of the whole show. I was 11 years old, I had no idea.Since the sites that usually have links for these have gone down, here they are again:CAST RECORDINGS:The Phantom of the Opera London Cast Highlights (1986)
http://www.mediafire.com/?5q443ybbfy7zhr8The Phantom of the Opera London Cast Recording (1986)
They call you heartless; but you have a heart and I love you for being ashamed to show it.
Ach, Charlie…….. *sighs*
"Joffrey is dead, Myrcella’s been sold like livestock, and now you want to ship me off to Highgarden and steal my boy? My last boy? Margaery will dig her claws in, you will dig your claws in, and you will fight over him like beasts until you rip him apart. I will burn our house to the ground before I let that happen!”