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ERBzine News: Tarzan CD ~ Rosie swings by Tarzan ~ Hip Hop Tarzan has a problem

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  • Bill and Sue-On Hillman
    ERBzine News Today: www.ERBzine.com/news Tarzan the Broadway Musical Cast Album: An update from Disney Webmaster Eric Kratzer in NYC: We ve just launched
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 30, 2006
      ERBzine News Today:

      Tarzan the Broadway Musical Cast Album:
      An update from Disney Webmaster Eric Kratzer in NYC:
      We've just launched another Tarzan update that includes links to buy the cast album (from disney direct and the itunes music store).
      There is also a player that plays 30 second clips from every song on the cast album continuously. I think its very cool!
      Also, check out: this special for NewsDay subscribers.

      Rosie O'Donnell Swings By Tarzan
      Broadway.com ~ June 26, 2006
      She played the voice of Tarzan's pal Terk in the 1999 Disney animated film-and got to sing Phil Collins' catchy song "Trashin' the Camp"-so it made sense that Rosie O'Donnell would check out the live-action version of her fun-loving character. O'Donnell took in a matinee performance of Tarzan on June 25 at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theatre, then went backstage to congratulate the cast. Broadway.com joined the hugfest.

      Fresh Daily: Moving Forward
      BallerStatus.net ~ June 28, 2006
      The name Tarzan probably conjures images of a damn near naked white man swinging on vines through the jungle. But flip that image, throw in a dope emcee and hip-hop
      in the mix and you'll get ill Tarzan; the self-proclaimed epitome of Brooklyn boom-bap who's been rocking on the underground circuit for 7 years . . . may have been getting
      too much notoriety. So much so, that the family of Edgar Rice Burroughs -- the original writer of the Tarzan book series -- is presenting him with legal drama, forcing him to
      change his name from ill Tarzan to Fresh Daily. . . . The family of Edgar Rice Burroughs gets millions of dollars every year for that name in plays, books, amusement parks,
      soundtracks, movies, and the television series. They realized that I was doing something under that name and they weren't seeing any money from it, so they had to shut
      me down. More>>>

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