Best broadway & vocalist music according to redditors

We found 404 Reddit comments discussing the best broadway & vocalist music. We ranked the 286 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Classic broadway vocalist music
Cabaret vocalist music
Musical soundtracks & scores
Traditional vocal pop music

Top Reddit comments about Broadway & Vocalists:

u/thewookie34 · 9 pointsr/musicals

Anything Goes

How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying



Avenue Q

The Book of Mormon

South Pacific


Guys and Dolls

West Side Story

Funny Girl

Fiddler on the Roof

Into the Woods

An American in Paris

Ragtime: The Musical

Music Man

Phantom of the Opera


My Fair Lady

Les Miserables

Hello, Dolly!





Bye Bye Birdie


The Sound of Music


I tried to mix new and old. I am a sucker for the classics tho. The first three are my top pick in that order the rest are things that I thought where good in any order. I linked the version of each I liked to make it easier to find. Most are streaming on Amazon unlimited or Spotify.

u/Tacosburrito · 6 pointsr/tf2trade
u/rmsersen · 5 pointsr/hamiltonmusical

Also available on Amazon at the same price

u/numanoid · 5 pointsr/Treknobabble

He actually did two albums.

u/lard_pwn · 4 pointsr/funny
u/somebodyelse22 · 3 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I guess B. Riemenschneider switched to giving reviews on Amazon of the latest Hoff records.

The song 'Hot Shot City' is particularly good.

u/Wonderlandian · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

I'm a HUGE Frank Sinatra Fan. The majority of my favorite Sinatra songs can be found on this album.

u/pyroglass · 3 pointsr/Wishlist
u/taxdadumb · 3 pointsr/Music

You neglected to mention Maude Maggart has an album WITH BRENT SPINER!!

u/dastinger · 2 pointsr/vinyl

No, that's an Import which means it's a grey market reissue. Avoid these at all costs. DOL, Jazzwax, Wax Love and a shit ton of other reissue labels. They DO NOT sound good at all.

This is it.

u/Tannekr · 2 pointsr/DeepSpaceNine

This One's From the Heart

His CD released with songs he did on DS9. Unfortunately, Avery Brooks didn't do The Best is Yet to Come with him.

u/jb4647 · 2 pointsr/vinyl

Last night I got the 2014 reissue of In The Wee Small Hours. I also own (and have listed to many times) the original 1955 edition.

I'm no expert audiophile, but the first thing I noticed was that with the new one, I had to turn the volume up a bit. Other than that it sounds outstanding. On the spectrum from better to worse here's what I'd say:

1955 Vinyl>2014 Vinyl>CD>Mp3

In comparing these 2014-15 Universal Music reissues to the MoFi ones, it's noticeable that the MoFi are better. Not a dealbreaking difference but if you have to chance to get either, go with MoFi.

u/periclimenes · 2 pointsr/vinyl

I think most people would be perfectly happy with the $15 Sony remaster of Kind of Blue. I just checked and it's actually under $14 right now on amazon.


For someone who wants an all-analog version, the 1977 reissue here can probably be had for $25 and actually sounds better than most of the 1959 OG 6 eye copies I own (almost all of those have a weird pressing issue that causes lots of surface noise).


For me, I collect different pressings of Kind of Blue because I enjoy it. I also have a long-range plan to make some sort of resource for people to listen for themselves (although it would be lossless digital files, not the actual record) to see whether it's worth it for that individual to buy a more expensive edition.


More generally, though, my advice is pretty specific to Columbia records. People that are into collecting different genres and labels likely have other cost-saving tips. Riverside records (jazz), for example, are notoriously expensive. Int he 1970s, Milestone records had bought the Riverside catalog and reissued many hard-to-find records as combo "two-fer" records, where you got two albums for the price of one (not sure if these are remastered from the analog tapes or they still had the metal to do more pressings). These are the best value out there for Bill Evans fans because most people don't know about these. When Milestone released the albums, they changed the names and artwork, so it's not clear that "Spring Leaves" is actually "Portrait in Jazz" AND "Explorations." That one is for sale here for $10 with the seller accepting offers.


I don't have anything against modern reissues, but it can be fun to find older records that are an even better value.

u/benjammin515 · 2 pointsr/hamiltonmusical

Pre order got released a few weeks ago and they ship RSD weekend!

u/AceIsReborn · 2 pointsr/franksinatra

I'm really not knowledgable in music, so I'm sure someone could give you a much better answer than I ever could, but I'll give it my best shot.

For Sinatra himself, the obvious thing would be to listen to a best of album to get started. An example would be the album titled "Sinatra: Best of the Best" or "Classic Sinatra". I don't think it's well known, but I like the album Watertown.

As far as the genre is concerned, I believe he is technically Jazz or Swing, but if you were looking for a CD at the store you would typically find him in the Easy Listening section. This is what it was at Best Buy.

And finally, you said you like Sinatra type music. This is where I will struggle to give good answers. Some different artists might be Louis Armstrong or Dean Martin. My personal favorite artist, who is inspired by Sinatra - both crooners, is Michael Bublé. If you don't know him, he's a more modern artist. Here is his cover of Sinatra's Come Dance With Me, and an Original song - Close Your Eyes. The majority of his songs are covers of older artists including Sinatra. Very talented. If you have money to blow I believe he is just starting a US tour. If you're still looking for the classic vibe, you're best bet of these three might be Dean Martin (Everybody Loves Somebody).

I hope I helped a little.

Edit: Links

u/loopscadoop · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Yours because there are endless practical uses for a medieval buckler.

And from mine, this Miles David record because its one of the greatest albums ever made

I love Kevin

u/sealifelover5 · 2 pointsr/buffy

I don't know why it didn't occur to me until I read your comment that there would be a CD. Naturally I now need to purchase one. Any one in particular that sounds good, or does this one (first Google result) seem fine?

u/itsallD4RK · 2 pointsr/javascript

this is the response that i received

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u/thinkreate · 2 pointsr/sto

While it would be nice if the did, they don't have to. There's a CD you can buy, called, "This One's From The Heart," that has most of the DS9 songs, as sung by James Darren. All they need to do is get the rights to the album to make that work.

u/sirms · 2 pointsr/hamiltonmusical

i'm assuming you mean the vinyl.

just did a little research and the best option seems to be amazon

u/LilyBGoode · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Angel Olsen Some Things Comic because I'm going to see her Saturday and yay for female artists!

I'd love any format of Who Killed Amanda Palmer? Thanks for the contest!

u/jcl007 · 2 pointsr/TaylorSwift

$12.99 for digital. Deluxe and merch packs are not listed yet.

Edit: Pre-order is now on amazon for $18.98.

u/Bendelorm · 2 pointsr/tipofmytongue

Possibly this box set: Broadway, America's Music

Or Broadway Today: Broadway 1993-2005, which looks like it's one disc of that box set.

u/Feeling_Pretty · 2 pointsr/CatsandCosmetics

Is it $100 total for all three? Nonetheless here's mine! I'm not entering, but thought I still do this for fun! :D

  • Makeup: I think their Fullmetal Collection is so colorful and bright! Alkahestry, Colonel, Equivalent Exchange, Day of Reckoning, and Fullmetal are pretty awesome look shades. That twinkle is pretty.

    For a full size shadow from Shiro it's around $5-6.

  • Vinyl: Rush and The Beatles are must haves for a vinyl collection. Miles Davis too; that jazz music is super nice and smoooth. And of course, so MJ in that collection won't hurt either! ;)

    I think a vinyl on Amazon is $20-40ish depending on the record.

  • Books: Books are a toughie for me! I used to read quite a bit, but after having to read 3-4 textbooks each quarter, reading isn't that fun anymore.

    But I want to give you books I want to read and to be read later on:

  • Lolita
  • The Secret Life of Bees
  • The Thirteenth Tale
  • The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
  • Child 44

    I'm pretty sure an eBook on Amazon for kindle is waaay cheaper than getting a printed novel, so you can get quite a handful. Plus, Amazon has free ones too :D
u/brownsound00 · 2 pointsr/videos

its a pretty awesome cover album. I remember listening to it when I was younger.

This was my favourite song, and there was a Robin williams cover too.


u/tarafuji · 1 pointr/

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Scott Toilet Paper, 1000 One-Ply Tissues - 20 Rolls by Kimberly Clark

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u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/VinylDeals

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u/kcirvam · 1 pointr/WhereDoIStart

this is the album that started my obession

u/Emerson3381 · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I just found one this week for $5. The cover is kind of busted, but the record is in good shape.

I will likely get this after the holidays, though

u/TheManchesterAvenger · 1 pointr/startrek
u/raddit-bot · 1 pointr/listentothis

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u/cyclura · 1 pointr/funny

Why do $1,600 Audio Cables and David Hasselhoff cds provoke similar paeans of poetic ecstasy from reviewers?

I don't know, but here are some More

u/thoctor · 1 pointr/VinylDeals
u/atut48 · 1 pointr/VinylDeals
u/jeffyjennings · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I would love to add this to my record collection just because it's an essential jazz album.

Or perhaps a new book? Always looking for more ways to be a better man and this looks like a fun read/coffee table conversation starter. :)


u/bderenzi · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Apparently, I have a really loud, rather annoying cough. Fuck it, I'm human.

I'm really not proud that I rather want this CD. xD

u/barley_n_hops · 1 pointr/vinyl

I listen to my fair share of both. Just today, I picked up a Thelonious Monk album along with a used 4-disc compilation of Bach. My wife picked up a similar set of Tchaikovsky a few days ago. Miles Davis' Kind of Blue is on the way and I just picked up Stanley Turrentine's Pieces of Dreams last week for a few dollars.

The classical I put on quite a bit when I'm studying, the jazz is for relaxation and beer time. Not that it's related, but I'm also big into Sinatra and Bennett for my staring-at-the-wall time.

u/codyc · 1 pointr/Music

Well, here's the rest of it. Also, don't forget to order his newest album, Dreamland.

u/prawnpirate · 1 pointr/Android

Not me. I want to live in Hot Shot City, they say it's particularly good.

*added link for the proles

u/AeroZep · 1 pointr/Music

Everything on THIS album for Sinatra. Great new compilation including his songs from both labels.

u/ponytron5000 · 1 pointr/darksouls

It reminds me of this. The song "Hot Shot City" is particularly good.