To others, I think you'll find it extremely interesting, and even different enough amid its repetition. Me, I've listened to these often and absolutely love the differences. Mainly, I find it a fascinating study of how four performers can take the same piece of work and make it their own.
In this case, it's the song, "Hello, Dolly!"
The other day, I mentioned the movie version and embedded the legendary recording by Louis Armstrong. It got me thinking of the famous stage versions.
Carol Channing's version is the classic. The standard by which all are judged. She worked on the song intimately with its creator, Jerry Herman; with the musical's book writer, Michael Stewart; and the show's original director, Gower Champion. She mines every nuance of its intent, both the humor and emotion of returning to the human race, and it's the most heartfelt -- and is an utter joy. I happily got to see the show with Channing on its initial tour, when it came to Chicago. It's a very fond memory.
Mainly though, I just like and find so interesting how good and different each of these performances are. Doing the same song in the same context with basically the same arrangement.