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Andrew Lloyd Webber: The Premiere Collection Encore

The Premiere Collection Encore
Compilation album by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Released 1992
Length 56:38
Label MCA Records

The Premiere Collection Encore is a 1992 compilation album by Andrew Lloyd Webber, released as a follow up to The Premiere Collection: The Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Co-writers of the songs include Tim Rice, Don Black, Richard Stilgoe, Charles Hart and Trevor Nunn.

Track listing

Disc one

  1. "The Phantom of the Opera" (Sarah Brightman, Steve Harley) - 4:37
  2. "Take That Look Off Your Face" (Marti Webb) - 3:56
  3. "All I Ask of You" (Sarah Brightman, Cliff Richard) - 4:05
  4. "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" (Julie Covington) - 4:02
  5. "Gus: The Theatre Cat" (Sarah Brightman, John Gielgud) - 5:10
  6. "Masquerade" (The Company) - 4:12
  7. "Superstar" (Murray Head, Cast) - 3:56
  8. "Memory" (Elaine Paige) - 4:26
  9. "Starlight Express" (Sarah Brightman, David Ogden Stiers) - 5:02
  10. "Tell Me on a Sunday" (Marti Webb) - 3:30
  11. "The Music of the Night" (Michael Crawford) - 5:12
  12. "Another Suitcase in Another Hall" (Sarah Brightman) - 3:18
  13. "I Don't Know How to Love Him" (Yvonne Elliman) - 3:56
  14. "Pie Jesu" (Sarah Brightman, Paul Miles-Kingston) - 3:58

Disc two

  1. "Amigos Para Siempre (Friends for Life)" (José Carreras, Sarah Brightman) - 4:35
  2. "Love Changes Everything" (Michael Ball) - 4:21
  3. "Memory" (Barbra Streisand) - 4:06
  4. "I Am the Starlight" (Lon Satton, Ray Shell) - 4:12
  5. "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again" (Sarah Brightman) - 3:30
  6. "Requiem for Evita" (The London Symphony Orchestra) - 2:09
  7. "Oh, What a Circus" (David Essex) - 3:58
  8. "Seeing Is Believing" (Michael Ball, Ann Crumb) - 3:43
  9. "Go the Distance / The Jellicle Ball" (Roger Bart) - 7:43
  10. "Any Dream Will Do" (Michael Damian) - 2:28
  11. "Everything's Alright" (Sarah Brightman) - 4:30
  12. "Close Every Door" (Phillip Schofield) - 3:11
  13. "The First Man You Remember" (Michael Ball, Diana Morrison) - 4:37
  14. "Anything But Lonely" (Sarah Brightman) - 2:56
  15. "The Phantom of the Opera" (Sarah Brightman, Michael Crawford) - 4:20
  16. "Hosanna" (Plácido Domingo) - 3:57
  17. "Joseph Mega-Remix" (Jason Donovan, Cast) - 4:12

UK & Europe single disc version

  1. "Amigos Para Siempre (Friends for Life)" - José Carreras & Sarah Brightman (The official theme of the Barcelona 1992 Games)
  2. "Love Changes Everything" - Michael Ball (from Aspects of Love)
  3. "Memory" - Barbra Streisand (from Cats
  4. "I Am the Starlight" - Lon Satton & Ray Shell (from Starlight Express)
  5. "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again" - Sarah Brightman (from The Phantom of the Opera)
  6. "Argentine Melody" - San José featuring Rodriguez Argentina (1978 official BBC TV World Cup theme)
  7. "Oh What a Circus" - David Essex (from Evita)
  8. "Seeing Is Believing" - Michael Ball & Ann Crumb (from Aspects of Love)
  9. "The Jellicle Ball" - The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (from Cats/1982 World Cup Grandstand theme)
  10. "Any Dream Will Do" - Jason Donovan (from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat)
  11. "Everything's Alright" - Sarah Brightman (from Jesus Christ Superstar)
  12. "Close Every Door" - Phillip Schofield (from Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat)
  13. "The First Man You Remember" - Michael Ball & Diana Morrison (from Aspects of Love)
  14. "Anything But Lonely" - Sarah Brightman (from Aspects of Love)
  15. "The Point of No Return" - Michael Crawford & Sarah Brightman (from The Phantom of the Opera)
  16. "Hosanna" - Plácido Domingo (from Requiem)


  • Sarah Brightman – vocals
  • Julie Covington – vocals
  • Michael Crawford – vocals
  • Barbara Dickson – vocals
  • Yvonne Elliman – vocals
  • Steven Hall – mastering
  • Steve Harley – vocals
  • Murray Head – vocals
  • JL – Artwork, design
  • Julian Lloyd Webber – cello
  • Paul Miles-Kingston – vocals
  • Paul Nicholas – vocals
  • Carlos Olms – engineer, digital engineer
  • Elaine Paige – vocals
  • Cliff Richard – vocals
  • Ray Shell – vocals
  • Marti Webb – vocals
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