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Article:Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
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(American and Young Vic performances)
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[[Novello & Co|Novello]] agreed to publish the work, and [[Decca Records]] recorded it in 1969 as a concept album. David Daltrey, front man of British psychedelic band ''Tales of Justine'', played the role of ''[[Joseph (Hebrew Bible)|Joseph]]''; and Tim Rice was Pharaoh. Other vocalists included Terry Saunders and Malcolm Parry of the Mixed Bag.<ref>[http://broadwayworld.com/bwidb/sections/audio/full.php?var=65985 1969 Decca Concept Album] (vocalists)</ref><ref>[http://www.discogs.com/Joseph-Consortium-Joseph-And-The-Amazing-Technicolor-Dreamcoat/release/1545761 1969 Decca Concept Album] – Credits</ref>
 
[[Novello & Co|Novello]] agreed to publish the work, and [[Decca Records]] recorded it in 1969 as a concept album. David Daltrey, front man of British psychedelic band ''Tales of Justine'', played the role of ''[[Joseph (Hebrew Bible)|Joseph]]''; and Tim Rice was Pharaoh. Other vocalists included Terry Saunders and Malcolm Parry of the Mixed Bag.<ref>[http://broadwayworld.com/bwidb/sections/audio/full.php?var=65985 1969 Decca Concept Album] (vocalists)</ref><ref>[http://www.discogs.com/Joseph-Consortium-Joseph-And-The-Amazing-Technicolor-Dreamcoat/release/1545761 1969 Decca Concept Album] – Credits</ref>
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===American and Young Vic performances===
 
===American and Young Vic performances===
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