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9 thoughts on “ Youve Got To Pick A Pocket Or Two - Lionel Bart - Oliver! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Ron Moody recreates his magnificent stage performance as Fagin on this soundtrack album of what must be the best British musical film ever. Shani Wallis replaced Georgia Brown as Nancy, and, together with Mark Lester (Oliver), Jack Wild (Artful Dodger) and Oliver Reed (the sinister Bill Sikes), gives Lionel Bart's marvellous score the full treatment.
  2. You've Got To Pick-A-Pocket Or Two This song is by Lionel Bart and appears on the album Oliver! - The Original Broadway Cast Recording () and on the movie soundtrack Oliver! (). Wikipedia has an .
  3. Lionel Bart's stage musical Oliver! opened in London on June 30, , and ran for 2, gelolermacohedibficountmoucomti.co vanguard of those many wonderful British musicals that dominated the American stage during the s and beyond, Oliver! opened on Broadway on January 6, , and ran for shows.
  4. One of the great soundtracks of the s, I only had the vinyl version of this, and only recently decided to buy the digital one. A most excellent decision on my part as the sound is superb, and the overall quality exceeded expectations/5(45).
  5. Songfacts®: Also known simply as "Pick A Pocket Or Two," this is one of the more memorable songs from the award winning musical Oliver!, which was written in its entirety by the London-born composer Lionel Bart ().
  6. Find recording details and track inforamtion for Oliver!, musical - Lionel Bart on AllMusic. Find recording details and track inforamtion for Oliver!, musical - Lionel Bart on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases You've Got to Pick a Pocket Or Two. Lionel Bart. Original London Cast. feat.
  7. Lionel Bart - Oliver! Album Lyrics; 1. Consider Yourself Lyrics: 2. You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two Lyrics: 3. It's a Fine Life Lyrics: 4. Be Back Soon Lyrics: 5. Reviewing the Situation (reprise) Lyrics.
  8. Jan 16,  · Fagin (Mark Mae) and his gang of pickpockets show young Oliver (Orla Doyle) the ropes. From Kilrush Choral Society'c staging of Lionel Bart's OLIVER in .
  9. As a kid, I used to love this soundtrack. It was catchy, it was lighthearted, and it was easy to sing loudly around the house. Revisiting it now, many of these songs, especially the uptempo production numbers ("Consider Yourself", "I'd Do Anything", "You've Got to Pick a Pocket or Two") still hold up as great, hook-filled pop music, and work kind of well outside of their original context.

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