Hers is the finest voice in musical theater today — though critics are still divided over Betty Buckley’s performance in Broadway’s Sunset Boulevard. But on this everyone agrees: Betty can sing — a sentiment justified by the glorious live record The London Concert, populated mostly by Broadway standards, including ”Memory” and ”Meadowlark.” Some selections are a bit predict able, but her renditions are definitive, moving, and letter-perfect. And now that Buckley’s taken her turn, we can impose a moratorium on ”Send In the Clowns.” A
The London Concert Hers is the finest voice in musical theater today — though critics are still divided over Betty Buckley's performance in Broadway's Sunset...The London ConcertSoundtracks Hers is the finest voice in musical theater today — though critics are still divided over Betty Buckley's performance in Broadway's Sunset...1995-08-25
Genre: Soundtracks; Lead Performer: Betty Buckley
Posted August 25 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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