Jesus Christ Superstar


Artist: Original Soundtrack
Label: MCA Records
Year: 1973
Genre: Musical
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Title Artist Length
Overture Original Soundtrack 5:32::Original Soundtrack
Heaven on Their Minds Original Soundtrack 4:22::Original Soundtrack
What’s the Buzz Original Soundtrack 2:36::Original Soundtrack
Strange Thing Mystifying Original Soundtrack 1:52::Original Soundtrack
Then We Are Decided Original Soundtrack 2:34::Original Soundtrack
Everything’s Alright Original Soundtrack 3:35::Original Soundtrack
This Jesus Must Die Original Soundtrack 3:46::Original Soundtrack
Hosanna Original Soundtrack 2:55::Original Soundtrack
Simon Zealotes Original Soundtrack 4:52::Original Soundtrack
Poor Jerusalem Original Soundtrack 1:37::Original Soundtrack
Pilate’s Dream Original Soundtrack 1:49::Original Soundtrack
Temple, The Original Soundtrack 5:36::Original Soundtrack
I Don’t Know How to Love Him Original Soundtrack 3:59::Original Soundtrack
Damned for All Time / Blood Money Original Soundtrack 4:38::Original Soundtrack
Last Supper, The Original Soundtrack 7:15::Original Soundtrack
Gethsemane (I Only Want to Say) Original Soundtrack 5:41::Original Soundtrack
Arrest, The Original Soundtrack 3:16::Original Soundtrack
Peter’s Denial Original Soundtrack 1:28::Original Soundtrack
Pilate and Christ Original Soundtrack 2:59::Original Soundtrack
King Herod’s Song Original Soundtrack 3:16::Original Soundtrack
Could We Start Again Please? Original Soundtrack 2:47::Original Soundtrack
Judas’ Death Original Soundtrack 4:41::Original Soundtrack
Trial Before Pilate Original Soundtrack 6:50::Original Soundtrack
Superstar Original Soundtrack 3:58::Original Soundtrack
Crucifixion, The Original Soundtrack 2:43::Original Soundtrack
John Nineteen: Forty-One Original Soundtrack 2:20::Original Soundtrack


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Purchase Date: 11/12/2017
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Jesus Christ Superstar is a 1973 American musical drama film directed by Norman Jewison and co-written by Jewison and Melvyn Bragg based on the Andrew Lloyd Webber/Tim Rice rock opera of the same name. The film, featuring a cast of Ted Neeley, Carl Anderson, Yvonne Elliman, Barry Dennen, Bob Bingham, and Kurt Yaghjian, centers on the conflict between Judas and Jesus[4] during the week before the crucifixion of Jesus. Neeley and Anderson were nominated for two Golden Globe Awards in 1974 for their portrayals of Jesus and Judas, respectively. Although it attracted criticism from some religious groups, reviews for the film were positive. The cast consisted mostly of actors from the Broadway show, with Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson starring as Jesus and Judas respectively. Neeley had played a reporter and a leper in the Broadway version, and understudied the role of Jesus. Likewise, Anderson understudied Judas, but took over the role on Broadway and Los Angeles when Ben Vereen fell ill. Along with Dennen, Yvonne Elliman (Mary Magdalene), and Bob Bingham (Caiaphas) reprised their Broadway roles in the film (Elliman, like Dennen, had also appeared on the original concept album). Originally, Jewison wanted Ian Gillan, who played Jesus on the concept album, to reprise the role for the film, but Gillan turned down the offer, deciding that he would please fans more by touring with Deep Purple. The producers also considered Micky Dolenz (from The Monkees) and David Cassidy to play Jesus before deciding to go with Neeley.[6]