Talkin' Broadway Sound Advice Recap 2/10/15

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February 3 | January 27, 20, 13, 6, 2015

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CDs Now Available:

Home Street Home: Original Songs from the Shit Musical
(Fat Wreck Records - new on CD/mp3/iTunes)
Concept album in advance of the theatrical production. Tells a story of survival and love among runaway teenagers living on the streets. All music written by Fat Mike and performed by NOFX and members of Descendents, Lagwagon, No Use for a Name, Alkaline Trio, Mad Caddies, Frank Turner, The Living End, Old Man Markley, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Dropkick Murphys, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, Dance Hall Crashers, The Aggrolites, Limp, The Real McKenzies, Mariachi El Bronx, R.K.L. and Hedwig & the Angry Inch. All Lyrics written by Fat Mike. Additional Lyrics by Soma Snakeoil and Jeff Marx. "Monsters," "Three String Guitar," "Urban Campers," "Fecal Alcohol Syndrome," "Three Against Me," "High Achievers," "Gutter Tarts," "Bad Decision," "Missing Child," "I'm Suicide," "Let's Get Hurt," "Safe Words," "Another Bad Decision," "Seeping Beauty (Reprise)," "Bearly Legal," "Because I Want To," "Life… Oh What a Drag," "The Agony of Victory." To be presented at ZSpace Theatre/San Francisco directed by Richard Israel. Vinyl version to be released 3/24/15.

The Last Five Years Soundtrack
(Ghostlight Records - new on CD/mp3/at iTunes)
Jason Robert Brown score. Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan (also listed in the cast are Sherie Rene Scott and Betsy Wolfe). "Still Hurting," "Shiksa Goddess," "See I'm Smiling," "Moving Too Fast," "A Part of That," "The Schmuel Song," "A Summer in Ohio," "The Next Ten Minutes," "A Miracle Would Happen / When You Come Home to Me," "Climbing Uphill," "If I Didn't Believe in You," "I Can Do Better Than That," "Nobody Needs to Know," "Goodbye Until Tomorrow / I Could Never Rescue You." Album produced by Kurt Deutsch, Lawrence Manchester and Richard LaGravenese, executive produced by Steve Norman, Lauren Versel and Janet Brenner, with new orchestrations by Jason Robert Brown.

Steve Tyrell: That Lovin' Feeling
(Concord Records - new on CD/iTunes)
Based on Café Carlyle show. "Stand By Me," "Up On The Roof," "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" (with Bill Medley), "Jazzman" (with Dave Koz on sax), "Laughter in the Rain" (with Neil Sedaka), "Rock and Roll Lullaby" (with B.J. Thomas), and "On Broadway" (with Barry Mann), "Good, Good Lovin'" ( with Judith Hill).

Walt Disney Records Legacy Collection: Pinocchio
(Disney - new on 2CDs)
1940 animated musical film. Songs and score from the restored original motion picture soundtrack; The Lost Chords of Pinocchio —three new recordings as they would have sounded in 1940; five bonus tracks performed by Jiminy Cricket (Cliff Edwards) from the original "Mickey Mouse Club." Disc 1: "When You Wish Upon A Star," "Little Wooden Head," "Clock Sequence," "Kitten Theme," "The Blue Fairy," "Give a Little Whistle," "Old Geppetto," "Off To School," "Hi-Diddle-Dee-Dee (An Actor's Life for Me)," "So Sorry," "I've Got No Strings," "Sinister Stromboli," "Sad Reunion," "Lesson in Lies," "Turn on the Old Music Box," "Coach to Pleasure Island," "Angry Cricket," "Transformation," "Message from the Blue Fairy," "To the Rescue," "Deep Ripples," "Desolation Theme," "Monstro Awakens," "Whale Chase," "A Real Boy," "Disc 2: "No Strings," "As I Was Sayin' to the Duchess," "Rolling Along to Pleasure Island," "You (Are a Human Animal)," "Mickey Mouse Club Book Song," "I'm No Fool (On a Bike)," "Safety First/I'm No Fool (In Water)," "Stop, Look and Listen/I'm No Fool (As a Pedestrian)." The CD cover and 24-page booklet feature newly created artwork inspired by "Pinocchio" from Lorelay Bove; 12 pages of visual development art from the film; notes by Dave of Walt Disney Animation Studios; liner notes by Jim Fanning, Disney historian, writer and editor; overview by Russell Schroeder of The Lost Chords project as well as background on each song.

BOOKs Now Available:

Stage Kiss
(TCG - Paperback Book)
Play by Sarah Ruhl.


The Fortress of Solitude
(Ghostlight Records - new on CD)
Original cast album. Music and lyrics by Michael Friedman. "Superman," "One I Remember," "Time Keeps Changing," "Grab Something," "White Boy," "Ballad of Barrett Rude, Sr.," "Painting," "This Little World," "Take Me To The Bridge," "High High High School/Fuck You Up/I'm Busy Now," "Act 2 Prologue," "If I Had Known Then," "Bothered Blue," "Take It Baby," "Who's Calling Me?," "Something," "Back on the Block," "Ballad of Mingus Rude," "Sidekick," "Superman (Reprise)," "The Gift," "Middle Spaces." Recorded 11/18-19.


Added to March 10:

The Memory Show Original Off-Broadway Cast
(Yellow Sound Label - new on CD)
Cast recording of Transport Group show featuring Leslie Kritzer and Catherine Cox. Score by Zach Redler and Sara Cooper. Album produced by Michael Croiter.

Details added, and moved to March 17:

2014 musical film. Charles Strouse/Martin Charnin score. Quvenzhané Wallis, Jamie Foxx, Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Cameron Diaz. Special Features: director's commentary; The Making-of Annie; "You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile Music" video. Blu-ray Exclusives: bloopers; "Something Was Missing" deleted song with Jamie Foxx; sing-alongs; new featurettes It's a Hard Knock Camp, Fun with Sandy the Dog, A Day on Set with Quvenzhané, & Moonquake Lake On Set!; "Tomorrow Around the World"; photo gallery; trivia track.