|1||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||It'll All Blow Over||4:03|
|2||–Robert Sharp , Joel Grey, Waiters||Tomorrow Belongs To Me||2:14|
|3||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||It'll All Blow Over Intro||0:31|
|4||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||Roommates Intro||0:08|
|6||–Lotte Lenya, Jack Gilford||Married||2:42|
|7||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||I Don't Care Much||1:34|
|8||–Lotte Lenya||So What?||3:21|
|9||–Lotte Lenya, Jack Gilford||It Couldn't Please Me More (A Pineapple)||3:17|
|10||–Jill Haworth, Joel Grey, Girls||Don't Tell Mama||4:01|
|11||–Bert Convy||Why Should I Wake Up?||2:29|
|12||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||Berlin Songs Intro||0:28|
|13||–Lotte Lenya||What Would You Do?||3:26|
|15||–Jill Haworth, Bert Convy||Perfectly Marvelous||3:27|
|16||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||Roommates||5:57|
|17||–Joel Grey, Cabaret Girls||The Money Song (Sitting Pretty)||1:51|
|18||–Joel Grey||If You Could See Her (The Gorilla Song)||2:53|
|20||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||Good Time Charlie Intro||0:20|
|21||–Kit Kat Band||Entr'acte||2:23|
|22||–John Kander & Fred Ebb||Good Time Charlie||3:20|
|24||–Joel Grey, Company||Willkommen||5:09|
|25||–Joel Grey, Mary Ehara, Rita O'Connor||Two Ladies||2:24|
- Arranged By [Dance Arrangements] – David Baker
- Art Direction – Ian Cuttler
- Directed By – Harold Prince
- Engineer [Mastering Engineer] – Darcy M. Proper
- Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Fred Plaut, Larry Keyes
- Featuring [Starring], Performer [Cast, Clifford Bradshaw] – Bert Convy
- Featuring [Starring], Performer [Cast, Fräulein Schneider] – Lotte Lenya
- Featuring [Starring], Performer [Cast, Herr Schultz] – Jack Gilford
- Featuring [Starring], Performer [Cast, Sally Bowles] – Jill Haworth
- Featuring [With], Performer [Cast, Ernst Ludwig] – Edward Winter
- Featuring [With], Performer [Cast, Fräulein Kost] – Peg Murray
- Featuring [With], Performer [Cast, Master Of Ceremonies] – Joel Grey
- Leader [Musical Direction] – Harold Hastings
- Liner Notes – Ken Mandelbaum
- Lyrics By – Fred Ebb
- Mixed By [Mixing], Mastered By [Mastering] – Robert Wolff
- Music By – John Kander
- Orchestrated By [Orchestrations] – Don Walker
- Other [Based On I Am A Camera] – John Van Druten
- Other [Based On Stories By] – Christopher Isherwood
- Other [Book By] – Joe Masteroff
- Other [Costumes] – Patricia Zipprodt
- Other [Dances And Cabaret Numbers Staged By] – Ronald Field
- Other [Lighting] – Jean Rosenthal
- Other [Product Manager] – Joy Gilbert
- Other [Scenery] – Boris Aronson
- Performer [Cast, Bartender] – Ray Baron
- Performer [Cast, Bobby] – Jere Admire
- Performer [Cast, Custom Official] – Howard Kahl
- Performer [Cast, Felix] – Robert Sharp
- Performer [Cast, Frau Kruger] – Miriam Lehmann-Haupt
- Performer [Cast, Frau Wendel] – Mara Landi
- Performer [Cast, German Sailors] – Bruce Becker, Edward Nolfi, Roger Briant, Steven Boockvor
- Performer [Cast, Greta] – Jayme Mylroie
- Performer [Cast, Herr Erdmann] – Sol Frieder
- Performer [Cast, Herr Wendel] – Eugene Morgan
- Performer [Cast, Kit Kat Girls] – Barbara Alston , Bonnie Walker, Kathie Dalton, Lynn Winn, Marianne Selbert, Pat Gosling
- Performer [Cast, Kit Kat Klub Kittens] – Janice Mink, Maryann Burns, Nancy Powers, Viola Smith
- Performer [Cast, Maitre D'] – Frank Bouley
- Performer [Cast, Max] – John Herbert
- Performer [Cast, Telephone Girl] – Tresha Kelly
- Performer [Cast, Two Ladies] – Mary Ehara, Rita O'Connor
- Performer [Cast, Victor] – Bert Michaels
- Producer [Bonus Track Producer] – Darcy M. Proper (tracks: 18 to 25), Didier C. Deutsch (tracks: 18 to 25)
- Producer [Original Producer] – Goddard Lieberson
- Reissue Producer – Thomas Z. Shepard
© 1966, 1998 Sony Music Entertainment, Inc.
℗ n/a, originally released 1966 Sony Music Entertainment, Inc./Manufactured by Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. New York, NY.
All songs published by Alley Music Corporation and Trio Music Company, Inc.
Category SK 60533 appears on back inlay & disc, K 60533-S1 appears on custom sticker on jewel case.
Sticker reads "New, Digitally Remastered, Previously Unreleased, Kander & Ebb Demos, Plus In-Depth Booklet, Unseen photos & more!".
Consists of previously released material.
Recorded November 27, 1966 at CBS 30th Street Studios, New York.
Original album: KOL 6640/KOS 3040 released 11/30/66
1st CD release: CK 3040 released 10/86
"Cabaret" opened Sunday, November 20, 1966, at the Broadhurst Theatre; moved March 7, 1967, to the Imperial Theatre (1,166 performances)
Bonus Tracks: 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25
As was often the case at one time, before "Cabaret" opened, Tommy Valando, the music publisher, privately circulated a 2-LP album containing performances of the songs composed by John Kander and Fred Ebb for the musical. By the time the show reached Broadway, some of these songs had been dropped to be replaced by others, making the publisher's demo a much sought-after collectors' item. For this CD-reissue, we were able to obtain four of these unused songs, courtesy of Kander and Ebb, whose generous contribution to this album we gratefully acknowledge."
Special thanks to John Kander and Fred Ebb; and to David G. Hummel, Curator, The Archives of the American Musical Theatre.
Durations not printed on release.
- Barcode: 5 099706 053323
- Matrix / Runout (CD): DIDP 095350
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Published By – Alley Music Corp.
- Published By – Trio Music