Any news of a new Les Miserables recording?

wewdie
Chorus Member
joined:9/9/05
Hello, is there any news on the current broadway cast recording Les Miserables? I know there are already many recordings. Any hope for this cast having one?

Thanks,
-Eddie
Elfuhbuh
Stand-by
joined:3/23/14
I wish.
CATSNYrevival
Broadway Legend
joined:3/1/04
Give it up.
That's right! Underscore mother-fu@#ers!
jimmycurry01
Broadway Legend
joined:5/28/05
There is no news because it isn't happening. The market for Les Miz recordings is over saturated as it is. With the recent addition of the 25th anniversary recording, another one really isn't necessary.
broadwayfan1995
Understudy
joined:6/5/14
As great as it would be for a cast recording to happen with this cast, I'm pretty sure all chances of it actually happening are gone.
Musical Master
Broadway Star
joined:4/28/13
The chances of yet another LES MISERABLES recording are second to none... Sooo... Yeah.
LizzieCurry
Broadway Legend
joined:3/7/05
Yeah. There wasn't even a separate audio recording of the 25th anniversary concert.
"Don't patronize me, alright?" - BroadwayStar4
Marway44
Leading Actor
joined:6/7/05
I wish too Eddie, but you won't get one. I would want it done live too like the 25th, but at least we got that one live.
icecreambenjamin
Stand-by
joined:6/7/14
I don't think that we'll be getting a full recording but I would like to see a highlights album. Ramin's version of Bring Him Home is too beautiful to not document.
LizzieCurry
Broadway Legend
joined:3/7/05
Oh, it's definitely been documented...
"Don't patronize me, alright?" - BroadwayStar4
MyrtlesDescent
Swing
joined:5/28/14
I would love to hear a revival cast album. It seems a shame not to release one. When I saw the show, Nikki was out; and as great as her understudy was, I would love to hear her Eponine. (Haters gonna hate, I know, but the girl's got a beautifully strange voice.) Meanwhile fanboys and girls will have to settle for the Times's "In Performance" of Ramin doing a sumptuous "Bring Him Home" (not quite as goose-bump-inducing as the real thing, but still lovely):

http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/08/12/in-performance-ramin-karimloo-of-les-miserables/

Updated On: 9/3/14 at 09:55 AM
macnyc
Broadway Legend
joined:7/26/08
Wow, goosebumps! Thanks for posting that. Incredible.

I saw the show a couple of weeks ago, and Aaron Walpole was on as Jean Valjean. I think I have to make a return trip to see (and hear) Ramin!
Elfuhbuh
Stand-by
joined:3/23/14
"There wasn't even a separate audio recording of the 25th anniversary concert."

A friend of mine sent me an album of the concert to add to iTunes. Was that just audio some random person ripped from the DVD? (I'm not being sarcastic, this is a legitimate question.)
LizzieCurry
Broadway Legend
joined:3/7/05
Yes; there's no actual separate audio recording of that concert.
"Don't patronize me, alright?" - BroadwayStar4
Elfuhbuh
Stand-by
joined:3/23/14
Huh, the more you know! I was wondering why it sounded a bit low in quality compared to my other recordings.
Princeton Returns
Broadway Legend
joined:12/2/10
Although at first it seems there wouldn't be a need, they could probably easily sell a highlights cd or something along the lines of what How To Succeed did as the show itself has fans worldwide who would buy it and Ramin himself has quite a growing loyal fanbase
Sutton Ross
Broadway Legend
joined:7/20/13
I wish they would, but I guess it's not going to happen. I just saw this tonight and the cast was incredible, really strong all around. I would have loved a recording of any of Ramin's songs and any song featuring Kyle Scatliffe. What incredible voices.
Four Simple Rules for Attending the Theater 1. This is a nice night out. Dress accordingly. Like, no sweatpants. 2. When you enter the theater, turn off your phone. All issues with phones will be avoided this way, & you won't be verbally accosted by the cast, crew, & other patrons. 3. I did not pay dollas to hear you talk or sing. I paid dollas to see & hear gorgeous men like Norm Lewis, Ramin Karimloo & Joshua Henry. 4. Unless you have medical issues, don't eat. The wrappers are loud, & your disgusting munching is even louder. You aren't at the movies or a barn dance, baby.
jacobsnchz14
Broadway Legend
joined:12/13/06
Ramin recorded "Bring Him Home" (as well as "I Dreamed A Dream") as a bonus track for his self-titled album. It's floating around Tumblr somewhere, I know.
Sutton Ross
Broadway Legend
joined:7/20/13
Thank you, there is a professional recording on Youtube. I just keep watching it over and over. Haha.
Four Simple Rules for Attending the Theater 1. This is a nice night out. Dress accordingly. Like, no sweatpants. 2. When you enter the theater, turn off your phone. All issues with phones will be avoided this way, & you won't be verbally accosted by the cast, crew, & other patrons. 3. I did not pay dollas to hear you talk or sing. I paid dollas to see & hear gorgeous men like Norm Lewis, Ramin Karimloo & Joshua Henry. 4. Unless you have medical issues, don't eat. The wrappers are loud, & your disgusting munching is even louder. You aren't at the movies or a barn dance, baby.
nicnyc
Understudy
joined:7/7/12
I wish too - after seeing the new Les Mis twice, I can't stand listening to my old recordings by comparison...
Everlast85
Understudy
joined:5/2/14
If you type in his name in iTunes, "Bring Him Home" and "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" are both available. Beautiful songs.

Updated On: 9/4/14 at 02:29 AM