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  Back as far as the 1920s and 30s, theatre has often set the tone for popular music. From the Zeigfeild Follies to Gershwin and Rodger and Hammerstein, musical theatre permeated the “popular” music scene far past its reach of just theatre in New York. However, as time moved on the stage and radio waves began to separate and form their own unique identities. This week’s Lyrics Undercover focuses on a song that successfully spanned both genres, 1984’s pop music sensation from Broadway’s CHESS, “One Night in Bangkok” by Murray Head.
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