Singles With Andrew Lloyd Webber

Him

Released in 1983

7″ Europe  POSP 625

 A Side – Him B Side – Memory from Cats

 The back of the record cover reads The words of “Him” are written by Richard Stilgoe, and the music is based on Hubert Parry’s (1848  – 1918) “Dear Lord and Father of Mankind” from the oratorio “Judith”. Parry is perhaps best known as the composer of “Jerusalem”

 Music: Hubert Parry Lyrics: Richard Stilgoe   arr. Andrew Lloyd Webber with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Unexpected Song

Released 1984  7″  Worldwide  RCA 438

From Song & Dance Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber Lyrics by Don Black

 7″ Single

 A Side – Unexpected Song – Studio Version  B Side – Come Back With The Same Look In Your Eyes – Live

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Pie Jesu

Released 1985 7″, 12″ Europe  0062005537

7″ Single A Side – Pie Jesu – duet with Paul Miles-Kingston  B Side – “Recordare

  12″ Single A  Side – Pie Jesu – duet with Paul Miles-Kingston  B Side –  Recordare B Side  Hosanna

PIE JESU  BOY, SOPRANO, CHORUS  The PIE JESU, as heard here, incorporates an adaptation of the Agnus Dei from the Mass, reproducing the cry of St. John the Baptist when he first sees Jesus: ‘Behold the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world!’ (John 1:29).

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Phantom of the Opera

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Released 1986 CD Single 7″, 12′ Luminous 7″  4228827027

CD Single 7″, 12′ Luminous 7″  4228827027

7″ Single A Side –  Phantom of the Opera duet with Steve Harley B Side – Phantom Overture Act!

The single’s sleeve features a note from the Phantom himself:  Ladies and Gentlemen,  On this recording I have required that Sarah Brightman and Steve Harley perform the theme from the forthcoming musical, which I have instructed Andrew Lloyd Webber to write around my legend ‘The Phantom of the Opera.’  Your Obedient Servant,  The Phantom

12″ Single A Side –  Phantom of the Opera duet with Michael Crawford – Extended Version (Rare) Not released on any other format as far as I know!  B Side – Phantom Overture Act

12″ Single Special Ediditon with 4 tracks 1. The Music Of The Night – Michael Crawford 2. All I Ask Of You – Sarah Brightman & Steve Barton 3. Wishing You Were Somehow Here  Again – Sarah Brightman  4. The Phantom Of The Opera – Michael Crawford & Sarah Brightman

CD Single CD Single Released- 1986  CD Single  4228827027 Excerpts from Phantom.  Phantom of the Opera Sarah Brightman & Michael Crawford, Entr’Acte, Masquerade.

7″ Luminous Single  Released- 1986  CD Single 7″,4228827027  Limited Edition Luminous – yes it does glow in the dark!

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Music of The Night / Wishing

1986 Polydor 7″ Single  4228855127

1.The Music of the Night
2.Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again

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All I Ask of You

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1986 7″, 12″  8853367 and 4228853361

7″ Single   A Side – All I Ask of You duet with Cliff Richard B Side – Phantom Overture Act II

12″ Single A Side – All I Ask of You duet with Cliff Richard B Side – Only You with Cliff  Richard (from Starlight Express) RARE SONG B Side –  Phantom Overture Act II

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Doretta’s Dream

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Released 1987   Europe  4228857977  7″ Single

Side 1 – Doretta’s Dream & Side 2 – Mio Babbino Caro

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Anything But Lonely

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Released 1989 7″, 12″, CD single  4228893152 and 4228893147

7″ Single 1. Anything But Lonely 2. Half A Moment

12″ Single 1. Anything But Lonely 2. Half A Moment 3. What Makes Me Love Him? 4. English Girls 

CD Single 1. Anything But Lonely 2. Half A Moment 3. What Makes Me Love Him? 4. English Girls

“ANYTHING BUT LONELY”, the second single taken from the musical ‘Aspects Of Love’, will be released on 2nd May (1989) by Really Useful Records/Polydor. Sung by SARAH BRIGHTMAN who premiered the song in her Autumn tour, “ANYTHING BUT LONELY” was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart.

“ANYTHING BUT LONELY” is the follow-up to the No.2 hit ‘Love Changes Everything’ with both songs featured in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical ‘Aspects Of Love’ which opened at the Prince of Wales theatre this month.

Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, the single is backed with “Half A Moment” on the 7″ format with 2 extra tracks “What Makes Me Love Him?” and “English Girls” featured on the 12″ and compact disc formats. “Half A Moment” and “What Makes Me Love Him?” are taken from SARAH BRIGHTMAN1 S forthcoming album “THE SONGS THAT GOT AWAY” while “English Girls” is a previously unreleased demonstration recording originally made in 1985 for “Song and Dance”.

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Amigos Para Siempre

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Released CD: Worldwide  Polydor 7″: RUR 10 (UK), 4228633087 (International) 1992

7″ Single  A Side  Amigos Para Siempre English Version B Side  Opening Ceremony Barcelona 1992 Games

CD Single  1. Amigos Para Siempre 2. Opening Ceremony Barcelona 1992 Games 3.  Amigos Para Siempre Spanish Version

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