Stephen Sondheim - Sondheim Unplugged - The NYC Sessions Volume 3


Format: CD
Label: Yellow Sound Label
Rel. Date: 11/18/2022
UPC: 705105668130

Sondheim Unplugged - The NYC Sessions Volume 3
Artist: Stephen Sondheim
Format: CD


1. Opening Doors
2. Hades
3. Sorry / Grateful
4. I Know Things Now
5. It Takes Two
6. Loving You
7. That Dirty Old Man
8. Somewhere
9. Now You Know
10. Not While I'm Around
11. Gussie's Opening Number / Growing Up
12. One More Kiss
13. Flag Song
14. We Do Not Belong Together
15. Another Hundred People
16. No More
17. When
18. Take the Moment
19. A Little Priest
20. Lesson #8 / Children ; Art
21. Being Alive
22. Everything's Coming Up Roses
23. The Worst Pies in London
24. Stay with Me
25. All I Need Is the Girl
26. I Remember / Changing
27. Happily Ever After
28. No One Is Alone
29. Love, I Hear
30. Our Little World
31. So Many People
32. You're Gonna Love Tomorrow
33. What Can You Lose?
34. Getting Married Today
35. Fear No More
36. Me ; My Town
37. I Have a Love
38. The Ballad of Booth
39. The Girls of Summer
40. Rose's Turn
41. Move on
42. Sunday

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Volume III of the smash New York revue is captured here with electrifying performances from some of Broadway's most impressive vocalists (who, collectively, boast over 100 Broadway credits to their names, some of whom originated roles in Sondheim musicals). Sondheim Unplugged (The NYC Sessions) Volume III features many of the best-loved tunes from the master composer's oeuvre (Another 100 People, No One Is Alone, Sunday), as well as lesser-heard, sparkling treasures from shows like Frogs and Saturday Night. Volume III also includes cut songs from musicals like Assassins and Into The Woods. Freshly studio recorded in 2020-21, this newest addition to the great collection of Sondheim recordings is one not to miss. "Sondheim Unplugged isn't just one the most entertaining shows in New York City it's one of the most important. This is a stellar and starry cast... all sublimely talented musicians and crackerjack actors both gifts that, when combined, add up to some noteworthy entertainment." BroadwayWorld. "Pour yourself a glass of something bubbly and enjoy." The New York Times.