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All I need today is a little bit of coffee and a whole lot of Jesus.

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Jesus Christ Superstar is a rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber with libretto by Tim Rice. The musical started as a rock opera concept recording before its first staging on Broadway in 1971. The musical was first produced as an original album where  the part of Jesus was sung by Ian Gillan, the lead singer of Deep Purple. The title song, "Superstar", sung by Murray Head, and "I Don't Know How to Love Him", sung by Yvonne Elliman, were both big hits.
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Carl Anderson performing "Superstar" on the movie Jesus Christ Superstar made in the 70´s. I can tell for sure this is the BEST performance i´ve ever seen of...

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One of the best film adaptations of a musical, with fantastic performances by Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson.

Jesus Christ Superstar (film)

One of the best film adaptations of a musical, with fantastic performances by Ted Neeley and Carl Anderson.

Carl Anderson, as Judas, in Jesus Christ Superstar.

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Carl Anderson gave one of the most stirring performances ever as Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar

Revisiting a Groovy Jesus (and a Dysfunctional Theology)

My sister-in-law recently lent me a VHS copy of Norman Jewison’s 1973 cinematic interpretation of Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice’s “rock opera”, Jesus Christ Superstar. I watched it last night and, as always, was quite moved by many aspects of it. The song “Could We Start Again, Please,” for instance, can still bring a tear to my eye! Jewison’s use of the Israeli desert locations is phenomenal. And, of course, those groovy 1970s’outfits and hairdos are really something! In fact, I’ve always…