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One Two Three

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One Two Three#0
Posted: 1/23/06 at 4:53am
I'm listening to Hey Mr. Producer, the musical world of Cameron Mckintosh(sp?) and theres a song sang by John Barrowman titled One Two Three, and I rather like the song but have no clue whatsoever as to what show its from. I figured someone here could help me.
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re: One Two Three#1
Posted: 1/23/06 at 6:36am
It's from The Fix. There's a recording of the Original London Cast available also starring Philip Quast. It's actually not that bad, despite the show suffering a bit from not knowing what it's trying to be. There are a few good songs and the performances are overall outstanding.
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re: One Two Three#2
Posted: 2/8/07 at 10:35pm
I must bump this to spread the love.

THE FIX is a fantastic show. I can only pray it opens in NY one day. Maybe '08 for the election!

One never knows.
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re: One Two Three#3
Posted: 2/8/07 at 11:27pm
awesome show. one of my favorites and very under appreciated.
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re: One Two Three#4
Posted: 2/9/07 at 3:25am
Bumpedy-bump. Another Fix fan here! I actually woke up with 'Mistress Of Deception' in my head this morning, and now my brain's singing 'The Upper Hand'. XD
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re: One Two Three#5
Posted: 2/9/07 at 4:00am
And another one! My gran took me to see The Fix when I was 15 but she didn't think to check the subject matter first, which made for an interesting evening! It does need some work, but I believe changes were made for the American premiere at Signature - would love to have seen what they made of it there...

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re: One Two Three#6
Posted: 2/9/07 at 4:06am
Oh yes- a really great show and the London cast recording is fantastic with a stellar cast (incl. John Barrowman, Philip Quast, Kathryn Evans and Krysten Cummings).
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re: One Two Three#8
Posted: 2/9/07 at 12:11pm
Love that site. There are a few others.

Shame they cut so much music from the CD, though.

John Barrowman was born to be Cal.
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re: One Two Three#9
Posted: 2/9/07 at 12:14pm
Another Fix fan.
The fact that it was so good is part of the reason I was so diappointed with Witches of Eastwick.
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re: One Two Three#10
Posted: 2/9/07 at 1:00pm
I also LOVE that show. I think it has a wonderful score. Too bad there isn't a vocal selections book available. In addition to the aforementioned songs I love "I See the Children" and "Simple Words".
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