Smokey Joe's Cafe: The Songs of Leiber and Stoller (2002)

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A musical revue made up of legendary song-writing duo, Leiber and Stoller's best-known songs.

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Smokey Joe's Cafe, Broadway's longest-running musical revue, highlights the best songs by the legendary song-writing duo, Leiber and Stoller. Included numbers are "Neighborhood", "Fools Fall In Love", "Yakety Yak", "Charlie Brown", "Jailhouse Rock", "Hound Dog", "Love Potion #9" and "Stand By Me". Written by John Deschene <beyond_the_lake@yahoo.com>

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31 December 2002 (Finland)  »

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Victor Trent Cook was nominated for the 1995 Tony Award (New York City) for Supporting or Features Actor in a Musical for "Smokey Joe's Café" and recreated his role in this filmed production. See more »

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Smokin
27 March 2004 | by (New Orleans) – See all my reviews

I saw this in NYC right after it opened, a touring production a few years back and more recently, saw it in an intimate dinner theater cafe setting and all productions were great. This is the type of show that grows on you. You never get tired of hearing the songs if the production is good. The HBO production of the last show at the Virginia Theater was well produced and I enjoyed it very much. Deb Lyons was the only non-original cast member and I though she had the best voice. Her rendition of "Don't" with Ken Ard was a show stopper. Brenda Braxton was spot on as the sultry black woman as was DeLee Lively as the blonde chick. Does she ever stop moving? The others were adequate with the exception af Matt Bogart as the token white guy. I guess it was no coincidence that he had the fewest solos. Kind of reminds me of a play on the "Chorus Line" tune, Looks 10, Voice 2.


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