Songs with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber

Posted Jan 19, 2012
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  1. Songs from The Phantom of the Opera 16 views

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  1. All I Ask Of You
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    All I Ask Of You (1986)

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    "All I Ask of You" is a song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical version of The Phantom of the Opera.


  2. No Matter What
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    No Matter What (1998)

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    "No Matter What" is a song from the 1996 musical Whistle Down the Wind, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Jim Steinman and popularized by the group Boyzone. The song reached #1 on the UK Singles Chart, and was the only Boyzone hit to become popular in the U.S. Jewels & Stone did a remix for the song for dance clubs which was very popular. In the UK, the song sold 1.1 million copies and another three million worldwide.


  3. Any Dream Will Do
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    Any Dream Will Do (1991)

    431 views

    "Any Dream Will Do" is a popular song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice for the 1968 musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. It is generally the beginning and the concluding song of the musical, sung by the title character of Joseph.


  4. The Phantom of The Opera
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    The Phantom of The Opera (1986)

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    "The Phantom of the Opera" is a song from the stage musical of the same name. It was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with lyrics written by Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe, and additional lyrics by Mike Batt. It was originally sung by Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford in their roles as Christine Daaé and the Phantom.


  5. Memory
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    Memory (1992)

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    "Memory", often incorrectly called "Memories", is a show tune from the 1981 musical Cats. It is sung by the character Grizabella, a one-time glamour cat who is now only a shell of her former self. The song is a nostalgic remembrance of her glorious past and a declaration of her wish to start a new life. Sung briefly in the first act and in full near the end of the show, "Memory" is the climax of the musical, and by far its most popular and well-known song. Its writers Andrew Lloyd Webber and Trevor Nunn received the 1981 Ivor Novello award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically.


  6. Love Changes Everything
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    Love Changes Everything (1989)

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    Love Changes Everything is a song from the musical Aspects of Love, composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with a lyric written by Charles Hart and Don Black. It is first sung in the musical by the character Alex Dillingham, which was originated by Michael Ball in both the London and Broadway casts. The song was released as a single in 1989, also sung by Ball, and stayed in the UK singles chart for 14 weeks, peaking at #2. He later released the song on his album Love Changes Everything: The Collection.


  7. A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste
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    A Kiss Is A Terrible Thing To Waste (1998)

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    "A Kiss Is a Terrible Thing to Waste" is a song from the 1996 musical Whistle Down the Wind, and was covered by Meat Loaf, with guest vocals by Bonnie Tyler, for the 1998 compilation album The Very Best of Meat Loaf. The music was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, and the lyrics were written by Jim Steinman. Steinman also produced the Meat Loaf version of the song, which was mixed by Frank Filipetti and arranged by Steinman, Lloyd Webber and Roy Bittan, with orchestral arrangements by Lloyd Webber and David Cullen.


  8. You Must Love Me
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    You Must Love Me (1996)

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    "You Must Love Me is a song recorded by American singer and songwriter Madonna. It was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, for the 1996 film adaptation of the musical, Evita, based on the life of Argentinian leader Eva Perón. The song was released on October 27, 1996, by Warner Bros. as the lead single from the film's soundtrack. After years of not working together due to their individual projects, Webber and Rice collaborated on creating a new track for the film, with the hopes of obtaining an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. According to Webber, the song's main inspiration was to showcase Perón's emotional state at the time as well as her relationship with husband Juan Perón.


  9. Think Of Me
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    Think Of Me (2001)

    236 views

    "Think of Me" is a song composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber from his stage musical The Phantom of the Opera.


  10. Amigos Para Siempre
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    Amigos Para Siempre

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    "Amigos Para Siempre (Friends for Life)" or "Amics per sempre" is a song written for the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. The music was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The lyrics, written by Don Black, are in English, except for the title phrase which is repeated in English, Spanish and Catalan.


  11. Anything But Lonely
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    Anything But Lonely (1989)

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    "Anything But Lonely" is a 1989 single by Sarah Brightman. The song is from the musical Aspects of Love. The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and the lyrics are credited to Don Black and Charles Hart. The single peaked at #79 in the UK charts.


  12. Another Suitcase in Another Hall
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    Another Suitcase in Another Hall (1977)

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    "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" is a song recorded by Scottish singer Barbara Dickson, for the 1976 concept album, Evita, which contains songs from the musical of the same name. The musical was based on the life of Argentinian leader Eva Perón. Written by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, the song is presented during a sequence where Eva throws out her husband's mistress on the streets. The latter sings the track, wondering about her future and coming to the conclusion that she would be fine. Dickson was enlisted by the songwriters to record the track after hearing her previous work.


  13. The Music of The Night
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    The Music of The Night (1992)

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    "The Music of the Night" (also labeled as just "Music of the Night") is a song from the popular 1986 musical The Phantom of the Opera. The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Charles Hart. It has appeared on multiple soundtracks of the musical, such as the original cast version in which English actor Michael Crawford sings the song.


  14. I Don't Know How To Love Him
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    I Don't Know How To Love Him (1971)

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    "I Don't Know How to Love Him" is a song from the 1970 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar written by Andrew Lloyd Webber (music) and Tim Rice (lyrics), a torch ballad sung by the character of Mary Magdalene. In the opera she is presented as bearing an unrequited love for the title character. The song has been much recorded, with "I Don't Know How to Love Him" being one of the rare songs which have had two concurrent recordings reach the Top 40 of the Hot 100 chart in Billboard magazine, specifically those by Helen Reddy and Yvonne Elliman, since the 1950s when multi-version chartings were common.


  15. Don't Cry For Me Argentina
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    Don't Cry For Me Argentina (1980)

    102 views

    "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" is a song from the 1978 musical Evita with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. Sung by the title character Eva Perón, it was titled “It's Only Your Lover Returning” before Rice settled on the eventual name. It appears early in the second act as Evita addresses the crowd from the balcony of the Casa Rosada and features a sweeping melody tied to broad emotional themes of regret and defiance, characteristic of Lloyd Webber’s most popular songs. The melody is based on the third movement of Brahms' Violin Concerto in D (1878).


  16. Masquerade
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    Masquerade (1993)

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    "Masquerade" is a song from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical The Phantom of the Opera. It is sung at the beginning of the second act where a New Year's masquerade ball is held at the Opera House. Several months have passed since the end of the first act and the cast and crew of the Opera House have heard nothing of the Phantom for that period of time, thus assuming that he had left them for good. The owners of the Opera, Andre and Firmin, are determined to celebrate this, as well as the "new chandelier" installed after the Phantom fell the last one (although this is changed to "our friends who are here" for the film, where the falling chandelier is moved until a later scene). Christine and Raoul also mention their secret engagement, each expressing doubt and that they need not be so silent about it.


  17. Unexpected Song
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    Unexpected Song (1995)

    63 views

    "Unexpected Song" is a 1984 song from the musical Song & Dance originally sung (on Broadway) by Bernadette Peters. The music was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with lyrics by Don Black. A single was released by Sarah Brightman. Originally released by Marti Webb and Justin Hayward as a duet in 1981 the song had new lyrics penned for the original 1982 production of the show and was re-titled "When You Want to Fall in Love". The original lyrics were re-instated when the show was re-written for Brightman's run. It was later used in Lloyd Webber's and Black's reworking of the show, returning to the original album title of Tell Me on a Sunday. The single peaked at #76 on the UK Singles Chart.


  18. It's Easy for You
    #18

    It's Easy for You (1977)

    64 views

    "It's Easy For You" is an Elvis Presley song from 1977. It was released on his Moody Blue album. It was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. It was produced by Felton Jarvis.


  19. Everything's Alright
    #19

    Everything's Alright (1992)

    42 views

    "Everything's Alright" is a song from the musical Jesus Christ Superstar by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. In the song, Mary Magdalene--along with the wives of the married apostles--comforts Jesus, while Judas and Jesus contend about the use of expensive ointment.


  20. Learn to Be Lonely
    #20

    Learn to Be Lonely (2004)

    32 views

    "Learn to be Lonely" is a song written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Charles Hart for the 2004 film adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera. The song is performed by Minnie Driver during the closing credits, and is found on the film's soundtrack.


  21. Close Every Door
    #21

    Close Every Door (1991)

    30 views

    "Close Every Door" is a song from the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. It is the penultimate song of the first act of the musical, sung by Joseph while imprisoned for his supposed relationship with Potiphar's wife. Along with "Any Dream Will Do", it is one of the most popular songs from the musical.


  22. Sing
    #22

    Sing (2012)

    23 views

    "Sing" is a song written by Take That singer-songwriter Gary Barlow and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, and performed by a number of artists assembled by Barlow from across The Commonwealth, to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The track was released via digital download and CD single on 28 May 2012, and was performed as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert celebrations on 4 June 2012.


  23. Oh What A Circus
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    Oh What A Circus (1978)

    16 views

    "Oh What a Circus" is a song from the 1976 musical Evita, written Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, and music composed by Webber. It was recorded by English singer David Essex and released as a single on August 19, 1978, by Mercury Records. Essex had played the character of Che in the musical based on Che Guevara, and the song is sung from Che's point-of-view. Produced and arranged by Mike Batt, "Oh What a Circus" is a mid-tempo song, comparing the musical's titular character Eva Perón's life with a circus, and calling her actions fraudulent. The song is a contrafactum, and shares its tune with the better known "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" from the same show.


  24. Superstar
    #24

    Superstar

    11 views

    "Superstar" is the title song from the 1970 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. It was released as a single in 1969, before the album was completed. Sung by Murray Head with the Trinidad Singers, it initially debuted on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for the week ending 31 January 1970, eventually peaking at No. 74 in late February of 1970. Nearly one year later, the single then re-entered the Hot 100 chart for the week ending 2 January 1971, eventually peaking at No. 60 on the chart in early March of 1971. The single then fell off the chart three weeks later, but then almost immediately re-entered the Hot 100 chart a third and final time for the week ending 10 April 1971. It then rapidly climbed the Hot 100 chart during its third chart run, eventually spending two consecutive weeks at its peak position of No. 14 in late May and early June of '71. It performed even better in Canada, where it peaked on the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart at No. 6, its highest known position worldwide.


  25. Asparagus
    #25

    Asparagus

    12 views

    "Gus: The Theatre Cat" is a poem by T. S. Eliot included in Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. Known as "The Theatre Cat" due to his career as an actor, Gus is an old and frail, yet revered, cat, who "suffers from palsy, which makes his paws shake." His coat is described as "shabby" and he is "no longer a terror to mice or to rats".


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