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Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) Musical

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) Musical

Jesus Christ Superstar is a renowned rock opera that was released as a film in 1973. This iconic musical, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, delves into the final week of Jesus Christ's life through a modern lens. With a mix of biblical and contemporary elements, the film explores the complex relationship between Jesus, his followers, and the authorities who eventually lead to his crucifixion.

The cast of Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) consisted of talented individuals who brought this timeless story to life on the big screen. The lead role of Jesus Christ was portrayed by Ted Neeley, who delivered a powerful and emotional performance. Neeley's portrayal of Christ was both compassionate and vulnerable, capturing the essence of Jesus' internal struggles during his final days.

Opposite Neeley, Carl Anderson played the role of Judas Iscariot, a conflicted disciple torn between his loyalty to Jesus and his growing doubts. Anderson's portrayal of Judas was intense and captivating, as he showcased the internal turmoil faced by this historical figure. His rendition of the iconic song "Heaven on Their Minds" remains a standout moment in the film.

Yvonne Elliman took on the role of Mary Magdalene, providing a soothing and tender interpretation of Jesus' steadfast follower. Elliman's rendition of the heartfelt ballad "I Don't Know How to Love Him" touched the hearts of audiences worldwide, earning her widespread acclaim.

Supporting characters, such as Pontius Pilate and King Herod, were played by Barry Dennen and Josh Mostel, respectively. Dennen's portrayal of Pilate added depth to the film, showcasing the political and moral dilemmas faced by this historical figure. Mostel's depiction of King Herod added a touch of flamboyance and humor to the story, providing a stark contrast to the more serious themes explored throughout the film.

With its rock-infused score and powerful vocals, Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) became a groundbreaking musical experience. The film featured memorable songs such as "Everything's Alright," "Gethsemane (I Only Want to Say)," and the electrifying title track "Jesus Christ Superstar." These songs, performed by the talented cast, further enhanced the emotional journey of the characters and the storyline.

While the film received mixed reviews upon its release, it has since gained a cult following and remains a beloved musical classic. The visually stunning cinematography and memorable performances have solidified Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) as a seminal work in the musical genre.

If you are passionate about this musical masterpiece, you can relive the magic of Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) by playing and downloading the sounds from the film. By immersing yourself in the captivating melodies and lyrics, you can experience the transcendent story of Jesus' final days once again, or discover it for the first time.

Allow the timeless songs and powerful performances to transport you to a world where faith, doubt, and betrayal intertwine. Feel the passion, the struggle, and the ultimate sacrifice as you listen to the iconic cast of Jesus Christ Superstar (1973) bring this extraordinary story to life. Play and download these captivating sounds and embark on a musical journey that will resonate with you long after the final note.

A den of thieves
A house of prayer
A jaded mandarin, a jaded mandarin
A most amazing man
A rabble rousing mission
Aaaaaa...
After all
After all I've tried for three years
All I ask is that you listen to me
All right
All that I knew
All that you've said has come true with a vengeance
All those imbeciles will see
Always hoped that I'd be an apostle
Always hoped that I'd be an apostle
Always hoped that I'd be an apostle
An amazing thing
And all because of you
And all the good you've done
And break me
And do the things you ask of me
And every one of 50,000
And furthermore I know that Jesus thinks so too
And how
And I know who everybody's gonna blame
And I wasn't where he was tonight
And I'd save him if I could
And it's cool and the ointment's sweet
And it's cool and the ointment's sweet
And leaving me the blame
And like a jaded, a faded, faded, jaded, jaded mandarin
And not only that You've been paid for your efforts
And quite a problem here
And relax, think of nothing tonight
And remember
And so
And stroke your hair
And such a strange land?
And that's not all I see
And the whole town's on its feet
And then I heard them mentioning my name
And they'll hurt you when they find they're wrong
And tired
And we want you to sleep well tonight
And while he starts a major war
And who terrorised our people for so long
Annas, you're a friend, a worldly man and wise
As anyone I know
As if he hadn't heard
As the filth from Rome who **** our country
As when we started
Because, because, because of one man
Before I change my mind?
Before it gets too frightening
Before it gets too frightening
Bleed me, beat me, kill me
Blood and destruction because of one man
Brand new and expensive
Buddha, was he where it's at? Is he where you are?
But add a touch of hate at Rome
But are you kingKing of the ****?
But don't rely on subtlety
But every word you say today
But I saw you too, he looked just like you
But if I die
But it shouldn't be like this
But it's sad to see our chances weakening with every hour
But not for me alone
But that is not a reason to destroy him
But to keep you vultures happy I shall flog him
But to let her kiss you
But you close your eyes
But you hold every card
But you might as well take it
By friends
By leaps every minute He's top of the poll
Caiaphas, let him be
Caiaphas, my friend, I know you sympathise
Calm you and anoint you
Calm you and anoint you
Can waste his time
Can you show me now
Cannot let my hands be tied
Change my water into wine
Choose any charity, give to the poor
Christ, I know you can't hear me
Christ, I'd sell out the nation
Christ, what more do you need to convince you?
Christ, you deserve it
Christ, you know I love you
Christ, you know I love you
Christ, you know I love you
Christ, you know I love you
Close your eyes Everything's all right, yeah
Close your eyes, close your eyes
Close your eyes, close your eyes
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax
Close your eyes, close your eyes and relax, think of nothing
Cluttering up my hallway?
Come on in for the best in town
Come on in, Jerusalem
Come on, God, this is not like you
Come on, Jesus
Come on, Jesus
Come on, King of the ****
Come on, King of the ****
Come on, King of the ****
Come on, King of the ****
Come on, listen to me
Come with us to see Caiaphas
Comes to you from far beyond
Could be my body
Could Mohammed move a mountain or was that just PR?
Could we start again, please?
Could we start again, please? Could we start again, please?
Could we start again?
Could we start again?
Could well be
Could you ask as much
Crucify him, crucify him
Crucify him, crucify him
Crucify him, crucify him
Crucify him!
Crucify him!
Crucify, crucify, crucify, crucify
Crucify, crucify, crucify, crucify
Crucify, crucify, crucify, crucify
Crying for this man
Cut out the dramatics
Cut the confessions, forget the excuses
Cut the protesting
Damned
Damned for all time
Did you see I waved?
Did you see I waved?
Did you see I waved?
Did you see I waved?
Did you see I waved?
Did you think you would get much higher?
Die if you want to
Die if you want to
Do you feel that you had the breaks?
Do you feel that you've had the breaks?
Do you have the first idea why you deserve it?
Do you plan to put up a fight?
Do you plan to put up a fight?
Do you think that you may retire?
Do you think they'll stand around
Do you think you're what they say you are?
Do you think you're what they say you are?
Does he care for me?
Don't believe
Don't crowd me
Don't let me stop
Don't push me Will you mend me, Christ?
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong
Don't you get me wrong now
Don't you get me wrong now
Don't you know everything's all right
Don't you know everything's all right
Don't you know that it's all over
Don't you see that we could fall?
Don't you see?
Don't you think it's rather funny
Don't you think that they deserve
Dying to see you
Dying to see you
Eight
Eleven
Even tell you where I'm going
Everything is fixed and you can't change it
Everything's all right
Everything's all right Yes, everything's all right
Everything's all right, yeah
Everything's all right, yeah?
Far from the crowds
Far too keen on where and how
Father, forgive them
Father...
Feed my household with this bread
Feel it burn me
Fifteen
Five
Fools, you have no perception
For all time
For all you care
For all you care
For I don't want to taste its poison
For I have been saddled with the murder of you
For the fire in your head and feet
For the fire in your head and feet
For we are getting much too loud
For you are blessed
For your crime
For your wanting me to die
Forever and ever and ever You'll get the glory
Forever, amen
Forget the excuses
Four
Fourteen
From any other man?
Get out
Get out of here, you
Get out of here, you, you
Get out, get out?
Get out, you King of the
Get out, you King of the ****
Get so out of hand
Go, go