If you can't be famous, be infamous Thirteen songs from the 2002 big-screen version of the classic Broadway musical.
The movie adaptation of Chicago, released in 2002, won six Academy Awards, including Best Picture. The film, starring Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Richard Gere, is about celebrity and money in Jazz age 1920s Chicago.
These fabulous vocal selections from the movie, arranged for Piano, Voice and Guitar, include the famous opening number All That Jazz.
Also includes glossy stills from the film and information about both film and stage productions.
These are the best of Chicago's great songs, but it's a pity that the rousing overture is not included. More worrying is the fact that some of the chord symbols are wrong, so watch out keyboardists!
Wicko - (Derby, United Kingdom)
This book incorporates all the songs from the, also excellent, film. The piano accompaniment is of medium difficulty, but the chords are useful for a more basic accompaniment to singing. It is a shame they don't have all the words for 'Funny Honey' or all the spoken section of 'Cell Block Tango', but altogether a great songbook.
Bith - ()