Here is new video of Brasil 66 featuring "The Joker". A great song from the mid 1960s Broadway show "The Roar of the Greasepaint The Smell of the Crowd" with lyrics and music by Bricusse and Newley. An amazing number of high quality songs came from this show and made it on Easy Listening/MOR radio stations back then. For example, Tony Bennett sang "Who Can I Turn To", Steve Lawrence sang "On a Wonderful Day Like Today", Vikki Carr sang "Look at That Face", Lanie Kazan sang "Feeling Good", and dancer/singer Elaine Dunn performed "Nothing Can Stop Me Now". Up through the 1960s and ending in that decade, MOR radio heavily featured these great Broadway tunes as recorded by the great MOR singers of the day, many of which became pop standards. I have many of these records. Fortunately, those people who don't own these records can hear this kind of music on YouTube. How I loved MOR music from the 1960s! I remember how the CBS TV game show from New York--Password--had many Broadway performers on the show during the day just before they would perform live at night. Password was a terrific word association game show hosted by Allen Ludden back in the 1960s. Episodes can be seen on YouTube. They are still fun to watch.