The Lion King: Original Broadway Cast Recording is a cast recording released on 1997 by The Walt Disney Company, a recording of the songs as heard in the stage musical. Most of the tracks were composed by African composer Lebo M and focused primarily on the African influences of the film's original music, with most songs being sung either partially or entirely in various African languages.
The Spanish cast recording doesn't have The Morning Report maybe because the scene was removed from subsequent productions after the Broadway one. Also, it is the only one where One by One was renamed due to the language (in Spanish, it became Somos Mil)
Rafiki's chants in "Rafiki Mourns" were written by Tsidii Le Loka, who originated the role on Broadway.
- Nants' Ingonyama/Circle of Life - Opening
- Grasslands Chant
- The Morning Report
- The Lioness Hunt
- I Just Can't Wait to Be King
- Chow Down
- They Live in You
- Be Prepared
- The Stampede
- Rafiki Mourns
- Hakuna Matata
- One by One
- The Madness of King Scar
- Endless Night
- The Lion Sleeps Tonight
- Can You Feel the Love Tonight
- He Lives in You (Reprise)
- Timon's Hula/Simba Confronts Scar
- King of Pride Rock/Circle of Life (Reprise) - Ending
Note: The songs Grasslands Chant, The Lioness Hunt, Chow Down, They Live in You, Rafiki Mourns, One by One (present in The Lion King), The Madness of King Scar, Shadowland (present at The Lion King), Endless Night and Simba Confronts Scar are newest classics.
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