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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A Brash and Brassy Musical Salute to An Unsung Songwriting Team
21 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE was a dazzling and captivating musical revue comprised of songs by the team of Lieber and Stoller, who unknown to me prior to this show, composed a lot of Elvis Presley's biggest hits as well as some other Tin Pan Alley classics, whose origin had escaped me prior to this show. The version I saw of this show was, according to the announcer, the final performance of this show on Broadway so I did not see the original cast, but I was more than impressed nonetheless. No characters or dialogue...just singing and dancing, one spectacular number after another. Highlights for me included "Poison Ivy", "On Broadway", "DW Washburn", "W-0-M-A-N", "Hound Dog", "Jailhouse Rock", "You're the Boss", "Loving You" and topping it all was BJ Crosby's show-stopping rendition of "Say Hello to a Brand New Fool". This show is full of "I didn't know they wrote that!" moments that take you back to a different time and place in pop culture in general and musical culture in particular, when songwriters still wrote songs and singers really sang them. For musical theater fans, a joy from start to finish.


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