Andrew Lloyd Webber discography

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This page lists notable U.S. and U.K. albums and compilations which feature music written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, alongside their release dates.

Albums[edit]

Shows[edit]

The Likes of Us (1965)[edit]

  • 2005 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Adam Brazier & Hannah Waddingham)

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1968)[edit]

  • 1969 Original London Concept Album (ft. David Daltrey & The Mixed Bag)
  • 1972 Original London Cast Recording (ft. Peter Reeves & Gary Bond)
  • 1973 London Studio Cast Recording (ft. Gary Bond, Peter Reeves & Gordon Waller)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: Original Broadway Cast (1982, featuring Laurie Beechman, Bill Hutton & Gordon Stanley)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1991, featuring the cast of the 1991 London production including Jason Donovan, Linzi Hateley and David Easter)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: Original Canadian Cast Recording (1992, featuring Donny Osmond, Janet Metz & Johnny Seaton)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1993, featuring the cast of the 1993 Broadway production including Michael Damian and Clifford David
  • 1993 Los Angeles Cast Recording (ft. Robert Torti, Clifford David & Kelli Rabke)
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat: Original Soundtrack Album (1999, featuring the cast of the video production including Donny Osmond, Maria Friedman, Robert Torti and Richard Attenborough)
  • 2005 US Tour Cast Recording (ft. Patrick Cassidy and Amy Adams)
  • 2009 UK Tour Cast Recording (ft. Craig Chalmers, Abigail Jaye, Henry Metcalfe & Simon Bowman)

Jesus Christ Superstar (1970)[edit]

  • Jesus Christ Superstar (1970, featuring Ian Gillan, Murray Head and Yvonne Elliman)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: A Decca Broadway Original Cast Album (1971, featuring the cast of the original Broadway production including Jeff Fenholt, Ben Vereen and Yvonne Elliman)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: Original London Cast (1972, featuring Paul Nicholas, Stephen Tate and Dana Gillespie)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: Original Australian Cast Recording (1972, featuring Trevor White, Jon English and Michele Fawdon)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Album (1973, featuring Ted Neely, Yvonne Elliman and Carl Anderson)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: The Album - 1992 Australian Cast Recording Highlights (1992, featuring John Farnham, Jon Stevens, Kate Ceberano)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: The 20th Anniversary London Cast Recording (featuring Paul Nicholas, Keith Burns and Claire Moore)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: The Album - New Zealand Cast Recording Highlights (1994, featuring Darryl Lovegrove, Jay Laga'aia and Margaret Urlich
  • Jesus Christ Superstar (1995, featuring the Jay Records studio cast including Dave Willetts, Clive Rowe and Issy Van Randwyck)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar (1996, featuring the cast of the 1996 London production including Steve Balsamo, Joanna Ampil & Zubin Varla)
  • Highlights from Jesus Christ Superstar (1996, featuring the cast of the 1996 London production)
  • Jesus Christ Superstar: A New Stage Production Soundtrack (2000, featuring the cast of the video production including Glenn Carter, Jérôme Pradon & Renee Castle)

Jeeves (1975) (a.k.a. By Jeeves) (1996)[edit]

Evita (1976)[edit]

Tell Me On A Sunday (1979)[edit]

Cats (1981)[edit]

Song and Dance (1982)[edit]

Starlight Express (1984)[edit]

The Phantom of the Opera (1986)[edit]

Aspects of Love (1989)[edit]

Sunset Boulevard (1993)[edit]

Whistle Down the Wind (1996)[edit]

The Beautiful Game (2000)[edit]

The Woman in White (2004)[edit]

Love Never Dies (2010)[edit]

The Wizard of Oz (2011)[edit]

Other works[edit]

Variations (1978)[edit]

Requiem (1985)[edit]

Andrew Lloyd Webber - Masterpiece (2001)[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Down Thru’ Summer" / "I’ll Give All My Love To Southend" - Ross Hannaman (1967) - the melody of "Down Thru' Summer" was later as part of "Buenos Aires" in Evita
  • "1969" / "Probably On Thursday" - Ross Hannaman (1967)
  • "Believe Me I Will" - Sacha Distel (1968)
  • "Try It And See" - Rita Pavone (1969) - the melody was later used for "King Herod's Song" in Jesus Christ Superstar
  • "Come Back Richard Your Country Needs You" - Tim Rice and the Webber Group (1969)
  • "Goodbye Seattle" - Paul Raven (1970) - the melody was later used for "A Lotta Locomotion" in Starlight Express
  • "What A Line To Go Out On" - Yvonne Elliman (1972) - the melody was later used for "The Hallo Song" in Jeeves and subsequently By Jeeves
  • "Disillusion Me" - Gary Bond (1973)
  • "Christmas Dream" - Maynard Williams (1974)
  • "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" - Julie Covington (1977)
  • "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" - Barbara Dickson (1977)
  • "It's Easy For You" - Elvis Presley (1977)
  • "Magdalena" - Tony Christie (1977) - the melody was later used for "It's a Pig" in the musical By Jeeves
  • "I Could Have Given You More" - Petula Clark - the melody was later used for "Gus: the Theatre Cat" in Cats
  • "Take That Look Off Your Face" - Marti Webb (1980) - taken from the album Tell Me on a Sunday
  • "Your Ears Should Be Burning Now" - Marti Webb (1980)
  • "I've Been In Love Too Long" - Marti Webb (1980)
  • "Memory" - Elaine Paige (1981) - taken from the musical Cats
  • "The Phantom of the Opera" - Steve Harley and Sarah Brightman (1986)
  • "The Music of the Night" - Michael Crawford (1986)
  • "Love Changes Everything" - Michael Ball (1989)
  • "Any Dream Will Do" - Jason Donovan (1991) - taken from the 1991 London Palladium revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
  • "Next Time You Fall in Love" - Reva Rice and Greg Ellis (1993) - taken from the 1993 album The New Starlight Express
  • "As If We Never Said Goodbye" - Elaine Paige (1995) - released to coincide with Paige joining the London production of Sunset Boulevard from which it's taken
  • "Memory" - Elaine Paige (1998) - taken from the video release of Cats
  • "Our Kind of Love" - Hannah (2000) - taken from the musical The Beautiful Game, the melody had previously been used for "The Heart is Slow to Learn" recorded by Kiri Te Kanawa and has subsequently been used for the title song of Love Never Dies
  • "It's My Time" - Jade Ewen (2009) - United Kingdom's Eurovision Song Contest Entry 2009

Compilations[edit]