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Show
Saturday Night (3)
Music
Stephen Sondheim (691)
Lyrics
Stephen Sondheim (691)
Book
Julius J. Epstein (6), Philip G. Epstein (5)

Recording Details

Date
1954
Type
Noncommercial Audio / Workshop Cast
Method
Live
Language
English
Location
US / NY / New York
Performer
Jack Cassidy (39), Alice Ghostley (10), Jay Harnick (2), Arte Johnson (9), Richard Kallman, Leila Martin (6), Robin Oliver
Musician
Stephen Sondheim (691)
Shortcode
[r14943]

Releases (3)

Format
CD
Label
Sony 94255
Released
2008-09-30
Barcode
827969425527
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Also Contains
The Story So Far... - 2008 Compilation
Length
76:29
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Shortcode
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CD 1
WEST SIDE STORY
book: Arthur Laurents
music: Leonard Bernstein
starring Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence, Chita Rivera
directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins
[ Winter Garden Theatre – 9/26/57 (732 perfs.) ]
[ Winter Garden Theatre – 4/27/60 (249 perfs.) ]
1. America ( 4:33 )
Marilyn Cooper, Chita Rivera, Shark Girls
orchestra conducted by Max Goberman
rec. 9/29/57
Publ.: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. (ASCAP) 1957
2. Tonight ( 3:54 )
Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence
orchestra conducted by Max Goberman
rec. 9/29/57
Publ.: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. (ASCAP) 1957
3. Gee, Officer Krupke ( 4:02 )
Eddie Roll, Grover Dale, Hank Brunjes,
Tony Mordente, David Winters & The Jets
orchestra conducted by Max Goberman
rec. 9/29/57
Publ.: Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. (ASCAP) 1957
[tracks #1-3, from the Columbia album, West Side Story (SK 60724)]
GYPSY
book: Arthur Laurents
music: Jule Styne
starring Ethel Merman, Jack Klugman, Sandra Church
directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins
[ Broadway Theatre – 5/21/59 (702 perfs.) ]
4. Everything's Coming Up Roses ( 3:06 )
Ethel Merman
orchestra conducted by Milton Rosenstock
rec. 5/24/59
Publ.: Stratford Music, Inc (ASCAP) 1959
[track #4, from the Columbia album, Gypsy (SK 60848)]
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
book: Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart
starring Zero Mostel, Jack Gilford, David Burns,
Ruth Kobart, Ronald Holgate, John Carradine
directed by George Abbott
[ Alvin Theatre – 5/8/62 (964 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Musical (1962)
* Tony Award – Best Author: Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart
* Tony Award – Best Director of a Musical: George Abbott
* Tony Award – Best Producer of a Musical: Harold Prince
* Tony Award – Best Actor in a Musical: Zero Mostel
* Tony Award – Best Supporting Actor in a Musical: David Burns
5. Comedy Tonight ( 5:00 )
Zero Mostel & Company
orchestra conducted by Hal Hastings
rec. 5/00/62
Publ.: Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1962
[track 5, courtesy Capitol Records/EMI]
6. Everybody Ought To Have A Maid ( 3:06 )
Stephen Collins, Christopher Durang, Michael Rupert
musical direction: Scott Frankel
rec. 4/28/93
at The Hit Factory, New York City
[track #6, from the RCA Victor album, Putting It Together (09026-61720-2)]
7. There's Something About A War ( 4:12 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #7, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
HOT SPOT
book: Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert
music: Mary Rodgers
starring Judy Holliday, Joseph Campanella,
Mary Louise Wilson, George Furth
[ Majestic Theatre – 4/19/63 (43 perfs.) ]
8. Don't Laugh (5:23)(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #8, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
ANYONE CAN WHISTLE
book: Arthur Laurents
starring Angela Lansbury, Lee Remick,
Harry Guardino, Gabriel Dell
directed by Arthur Laurents
[ Majestic Theatre – 4/4/64 (9 perfs.) ]
9. Anyone Can Whistle ( 3:38 )
Lee Remick
orchestra conducted by Herbert Greene
rec. 4/12/64
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1964
10. A Parade In Town ( 3:09 )
Angela Lansbury, Ensemble
orchestra conducted by Herbert Greene
rec. 4/12/64
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1964
[tracks #9-10, from the Columbia album, Anyone Can Whistle (SK 86860)]
11. A Hero Is Coming (2:42)(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #11, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
DO I HEAR A WALTZ
book: Arthur Laurents
music: Richard Rodgers
starring Elizabeth Allen, Sergio Franchi,
Madeleine Sherwood, Julienne Marie, Stuart Damon
Directed by John Dexter
[ 46 th Street Theatre – 3/18/65 (220 perfs.) ]
12. This Week, Americans ( 2:32 )
Carol Bruce
orchestra conducted by Frederick Dvonch
rec. 3/21/65
Publ.: Williamson Music, Inc./
Burthen Music CFo., Inc. (ASCAP) 1965
[track #12, from the Columbia album, Do I Hear A Waltz? (SK 48206)]
13. Perhaps ( 2:31 )(*)
Stan Stanley
rec. 12/22/64
14. Everybody Loves Leona ( 2:41 )(*)
Rose Mary Jun
rec. 1/6/65
[tracks #13-14, from the publisher's demo recording, done by Columbia]
THE MAD SHOW
book: Larry Siegel and Stan Hart
music: Mary Rodgers
lyrics: Esteban Ria Nido
starring Linda Lavin, Paul Sand,
MacIntyre Dixon, Dick Libertini, Jo Ann Worley
Directed by Alfred E. Neuman
[ The New Theatre – 1/9/66 (871 perfs.) ]
15. The Boy From... ( 2:33 )
Linda Lavin
orchestra conducted by Sam Pottle
rec. 1/16/66
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
[track #15, from the Columbia album, The Mad Show (OS 2930)]
EVENING PRIMROSE
[ ABC Stage 67 – 11/16/66 ]
16. (If You Can Find Me) I'm Here ( 3:31 )(*)
Anthony Perkins
rec. 11/00/66
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
17. Arts And Crafts ( 1:16 )(*)
Anthony Perkins
rec. 11/00/66
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
18. I Remember Sky ( 3:56 )(*)
Charmian Carr
rec. 11/00/66
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
19. When? ( 4:59 )(*)
Anthony Perkins & Charmian Carr
rec. 11/00/66
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
20. Take Me To The World ( 4:39 )(*)
Anthony Perkins & Charmian Carr
rec. 11/00/66
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
[tracks #16-20, courtesy ABC-TV/Disney]
Total playing time: 72:18
CD 2
COMPANY
book: George Furth
starring Dean Jones, Barbara Barrie, Elaine Stritch,
Donna McKechnie, Charles Kimbrough, Merle Louise,
John Cunningham, Teri Ralston, George Coe, Beth
Howland, Charles Braswell
directed by Harold Prince
[ Alvin Theatre – 4/26/70 (690 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Musical (1970)
* Tony Award – Best Producer of a Musical: Harold Prince
* Tony Award – Best Director of a Musical: Harold Prince
* Tony Award – Best Book of a Musical: George Furth
* Tony Award – Best Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim
* Tony Award – Best Score: Stephen Sondheim
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1970)
1. Another Hundred People ( 2:43 )
Pamela Myers
orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings
rec. 5/3/70
Publ.: Valando Music Co. (ASCAP) 1970
2. The Ladies Who Lunch ( 4:28 )
Elaine Stritch
orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings
rec. 5/3/70
Publ.: Valando Music Co. (ASCAP) 1970
3. Being Alive ( 4:49 )
Dean Jones, Company
orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings
rec. 5/3/70
Publ.: Valando Music Co. (ASCAP) 1970
[tracks #1-3, from the Columbia album, Company (SK 65283)]
4. Happily Ever After (3:55)(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #4, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
FOLLIES
book: James Goldman
starring: Alexis Smith, Gene Nelson, Dorothy Collins,
John McMartin, Yvonne De Carlo, Fifi D'Orsay, Ethel Shutta
directed by Harold Prince and Michael Bennett
[ Winter Garden Theatre – 4/4/71 (522 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Actress in a Musical: Alexis Smith
* Tony Award – Best Director of a Musical: Harold Prince
* Tony Award – Best Score (music and lyrics): Stephen Sondheim
* Tony Award – Best Choreography: Michael Bennett
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1971)
5. Waiting For The Girls Upstairs ( 5:41 )
Jim Walton, Howard McGillin, Mandy Patinkin,
George Hearn, Lee Remick, Barbara Cook,
Liz Callaway, Daisy Prince
The New York Philharmonic
conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 9/6-7/85
at Avery Fisher Hall , New York City
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1971
6. Broadway Baby ( 3:49 )
Elaine Stritch
The New York Philharmonic
conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 9/6-7/85
at Avery Fisher Hall , New York City
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1971
7. Losing My Mind ( 4:16 )
Barbara Cook
The New York Philharmonic
conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 9/6-7/85
at Avery Fisher Hall , New York City
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1971
8. I'm Still Here ( 5:38 )
Carol Burnett
The New York Philharmonic
conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 9/6/85
Publ.: Burthen Music Co., Inc. (ASCAP) 1971
[tracks #5-8, from the RCA album, Follies In Concert (RCD2-7128)]
9. Can That Boy Fox Trot! ( 2:42 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #9, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
book: Hugh Wheeler
starring Glynis Johns, Len Cariou, Victoria Mallory,
Hermione Gingold, Laurence Guittard, D'Jamin Bartlett,
Patricia Elliot, Beth Fowler, Mark Lambert
directed by Harold Prince
[ Shubert Theatre – 2/25/73 (601 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Musical (1973)
* Tony Award – Best Actress in a Musical: Glynis Johns
* Tony Award – Best Supporting Actress in a Musical: Patricia Elliot
* Tony Award – Best Book: Hugh Wheeler
* Tony Award – Best Score (music and lyrics): Stephen Sondheim
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1973)
10. The Miller's Son ( 4:26 )
D'Jamin Bartlett
orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings
rec. 3/18/73
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP) 1973
11. Liaisons ( 5:05 )
Hermione Gingold
orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings
rec. 3/18/73
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP) 1973
12. Send In The Clowns ( 3:26 )
Glynis Johns
orchestra conducted by Harold Hastings
rec. 3/18/73
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP) 1973
[tracks #10-12, from the Columbia album, A Little Night Music (SK 65284)]
13. Night Waltz (Love Takes Time)( 4:03 )
Company
orchestra conducted by Jonathan Tunick
rec. 1978
Publ.: Rilting Music, Inc./Burthen Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
[track #13, from the soundtrack album, A Little Night Music (JS 35333)]
14. Silly People ( 2:16 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
15. Not Quite Night (1:32)(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #14-s15, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
PACIFIC OVERTURES
book: John Weidman
starring Mako, Soon-Teck Oh, Yuki Shimoda,
Sab Shimono, Isao Sato
directed by Harold Prince
[ Winter Garden Theatre – 1/11/76 (193 perfs.) ]
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1976)
16. Welcome To Kanagawa ( 3:45 )
Ernest Harada, Timm Fujii, Patrick Kinser-Lau,
Gedde Watanabe, Leslie Watanabe, Mako
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 1/18/76
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
17. Pretty Lady ( 2:56 )
Patrick Kinser-Lau, Timm Fujii, Mark Hsu Syers
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 1/18/76
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
[track #16-17, from the RCA album, Pacific Overtures (RCD1-4407)]
18. Prayers ( 3:45 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
rec. 9/17/75
19. There Is No Other Way ( 4:35 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
rec. 9/17/75
[tracks #18-19, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
Total playing time: 74:37
CD 3
SWEENEY TODD
book: Hugh Wheeler
starring Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou,
Victor Garber, Merle Louise, Sarah Rice,
Edmund Lyndeck, Jack Eric Williams,
Ken Jennings, Joaquin Romaguera
Directed by Harold Prince
[ Uris Theatre – 3/1/79 (557 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Musical (1979)
* Tony Award – Best Actress in a Musical: Angela Lansbury
* Tony Award – Best Actor in a Musical: Len Cariou
* Tony Award – Best Director of a Musical: Harold Prince
* Tony Award – Best Book: Hugh Wheeler
* Tony Award – Best Score (musical and lyrics): Stephen Sondheim
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1979)
1. The Ballad Of Sweeney Todd ( 3:34 )
Len Cariou, Company
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 3/12/79
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
2. Green Finch And Linnet Bird ( 2:36 )
Sarah Rice
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 3/12/92
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
3. A Little Priest ( 7:17 )
Angela Lansbury, Len Cariou
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 3/12/79
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
[tracks #1-3, from the RCA album, Sweeney Todd (3379-2-RC)]
MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG
book: George Furth
starring Jim Walton, Ann Morrison, Lonny Price,
Sally Klein, Jason Alexander, Terry Finn
directed by Harold Prince
[ Alvin Theatre – 11/16/82 (16 perfs.) ]
4. Not A Day Goes By ( 2:21 )
Jim Walton & Ann Morrison
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 11/29/82
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
5. Old Friends ( 4:39 )
Ann Morrison, Jim Walton, Lonny Price
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 11/29/82
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
[tracks #4-5, from the RCA album, Merrily We Roll Along (RCD1-5840)]
SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE
book: James Lapine
starring Mandy Patinkin, Bernadette Peters
directed by James Lapine
[ Booth Theatre – 5/2/84 (604 perfs.) ]
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1984)
* Pulitzer Prize for Drama (1985)
6. Finishing The Hat ( 3:21 )
Mandy Patinkin
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 5/27/84
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
[track #6, from the RCA album, Sunday In The Park With George (RCD1-5042)]
INTO THE WOODS
book: James Lapine
starring Bernadette Peters, Joanna Gleason,
Chip Zien, Tom Aldredge, Robert Westenberg
directed by James Lapine
[ Martin Beck Theatre – 11/5/87 (764 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Score (music and lyrics): Stephen Sondheim
* Tony Award – Best Book: James Lapine
* Tony Award – Best Actress in a Musical: Joanna Gleason
* New York Drama Critics Circle Award – Best Musical (1988)
7. Agony ( 2:27 )
Robert Westenberg, Chuck Wagner
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 11/9/87
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
8. Children Will Listen ( 5:11 )
Bernadette Peters, Company
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 11/9/87
Publ.: Tommy Valando Music (ASCAP)
[tracks #7-8, from the RCA album, Into The Woods (6796-2-RC)]
9. Have To Give Her Someone (:34)(*)
Maureen Moore, Kim Crosby, George Lee Andrews
10. Interesting Questions ( 1:13 )(*)
George Lee Andrews, Maureen Moore, Kim Crosby
11. Second Midnight (5:48)(*)
George Lee Andrews, Maureen Moore, Kim Crosby
John Cameron Mitchell
[track #9-11, courtesy of Karl Held Productions]
ASSASSINS
book: John Weidman
starring Jace Alexander, Patrick Cassidy, Joy Franz,
Victor Garber, Greg Germann, Annie Golden, Lyn
Greene, Jonathan Hadary, John Jellison, Eddie Korbich,
Terrence Mann, Debra Monk, Marcus Olson, William
Parry, Michael Shulman, Lee Wilkof
directed by Jerry Zaks
[ Playwrights Horizon – 12/18/90 (71 perfs.) ]
12. Everybody's Got The Right ( 6:04 )
William Parry, Terrence Mann, Greg Germann,
Jonathan Hadary, Eddie Korbich, Lee Wilkof,
Annie Golden, Debra Monk, Victor Garber
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 3/6-7/91
Publ.: Rilting Music, Inc. (ASCAP) 1991
13. The Ballad Of Booth ( 9:21 )
Victor Garber, Patrick Cassidy, Marcus Olson
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 3/6-7/91
Publ.: Rilting Music, Inc. (ASCAP) 1991
[tracks #12-13, from the RCA album, Assassins (60737-2-RC)]
PASSION
book: James Lapine
starring Donna Murphy, Jere Shea, Gregg Edelman,
Tom Aldredge, Cris Groenendaal, Donna Murphy
directed by James Lapine
[ Plymouth Theatre- 5/9/94 (280 perfs.) ]
* Tony Award – Best Musical (1994)
* Tony Award – Best Book: James Lapine
* Tony Award – Best Score (music and lyrics): Stephen Sondheim
* Tony Award – Best Actress in a Musical: Donna Murphy
14. Happiness ( 5:10 )
Marin Mazzie, Jere Shea
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 5/00/94
Publ.:
15. I Wish I Could Forget You ( 3:19 )
Jere Shea, Donna Murphy
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 5/00/94
[tracks #14-15, courtesy EMI Angel]
BOUNCE
[ Goodman Theatre ( Chicago ) – 6/30-8/10/03 ]
[ Kennedy Center ( Washington ) – 10/21-11/16/03 ]
16. Bounce ( 4:06 )
Howard McGillin & Richard Kind
orchestra conducted by David Caddick
rec. 11/10/03
Publ.: Rilting Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
17. Isn't He Something! ( 3:12 )
Jane Powell
orchestra conducted by David Caddick
rec. 11/10/03
[tracks #16-17, courtesy Nonesuch]
THE FROGS
[ Vivian Beaumont Theatre – 7/22/04 (92 perfs.) ]
18. Invocation And Instructions To The Audience ( 3:48 )
Nathan Lane , Roger Bart & Greek Chorus
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 10/2/04
Publ.: Rilting Music Co/Revelation Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
[track #18, courtesy PS Classics]
Total playing time: 74:50
CD 4
1. I Must Be Dreaming ( 2:52 )(*)
(from Piano Playhouse - 1948)
Cy Walter & Stan Freeman
Publ.: (BMI)
[track #1, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
KUKLA, FRAN AND OLLIE (1952)
2. The Two Of You ( 2:41 )(*)
[rejected song]
Stephen Sondheim
[track #2, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
SATURDAY NIGHT (1954)
[ unproduced musical ]
3. Class ( 5:08 )(*)
Jack Cassidy and Ensemble
rec. 3/21/54
Publ.: Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
4. Love's A Bond ( 1:43 )(*)
Arte Johnson
rec. 3/21/54
Publ.: Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
5. In The Movies ( 6:09 )(*)
Cast
rec. 3/21/54
Publ.: Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
6. I'm All For You ( 2:37 )
Cast
rec. 3/21/54
Publ.: Chappell & Co., Inc. (ASCAP)
Jack Cassidy, Leila Martin, Alice Ghostley, Robin Oliver, Dick Kallman, Jay Harnick, Arte Johnson, Stephen Sondheim (piano).
[tracks #3-6, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
I BELIEVE IN YOU (1956)
[ unproduced television musical ]
7. They Ask Me Why I Believe In You ( 2:40 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #7, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
INVITATION TO A MARCH (1960)
[ Music Box Theatre – 10/29/60 (113 perfs.) ]
8. Incidental Music (5:40)(*)
a) Cue #3 (1:37)
b) Cue #4 (1:03)
c) Cue #7 (1:13)
d) Cue #13 (2:00)
John Barrow, French horn;
unidentified harpist, clarinetist and flautist
[track #8, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
PASSIONELLA (1962)
[ unproduced musical ]
9. Truly Content ( 3:28 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #9, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
THE THING OF IT IS (1969)
[ unproduced musical ]
10. No, Mary Ann ( 1:45 )(*)
Stephen Sondheim
[track #10, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
THE ENCLAVE (1973)
[ Theatre Four – 11/15/73 (22 perfs.) ]
11. Incidental Music ( 4:45 )(*)
a) Cue #3 ( 1:47 )
b) Cue #6 ( 3:04 )
Daniel Troob, piano; Paul Gemignani, percussion
Publ.: Rilting Music Co./Revelation Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
[track #11, from Stephen Sondheim's sound archives]
STAVISKY (1974)
[ Cerito/Ariane/Euro Int'l – released 5/15/74 ]
12. Theme ( 2:10 )
13. Auto Show ( 1:30 )
14. Arlette By Night ( 3:16 )
15. Operetta ( 1:36 )
orchestra conducted by Carlos Savina & Jacques Mercier
Publ.: Camerica Music Publ. (ASCAP)
[tracks #12-15, from the RCA album, Stavisky (ARL1-0952)]
16. Theme (European version)( 2:46 )(*)
arranged by Jim Tyler
orchestra conducted by Ettore Stratta
Publ.: Camerica Music Publ. (ASCAP)
[track #16, RCA single #PB-50060, rel. 1975]
THE SEVEN-PER-CENT SOLUTION (1976)
[ Universal International – released 10/24/76 ]
17. I Never Do Anything Twice ( 1:43 )(*)
(The Madam's Song)
Régine
[track #17, from the soundtrack of the film, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution ]
REDS (1981)
[ Paramount Pictures – released 12/4/81 ]
18. Theme ( 4:52 )
Jean-Pierre Rampal & Claude Bolling
orchestra conducted by Paul Gemignani
Publ.: Famous Music Corp./Revelation Music Publ. Corp. (ASCAP)
[track #18, from the Columbia album, Reds (BJS 37690)]
DICK TRACY (1990)
[ Touchstone Pictures – released 6/15/90 ]
19. Sooner Or Later ( 3:22 )(*)
arranged by Jeremy Lubbock
Madonna
with combo accompaniment
20. Live Alone And Like It ( 1:48 )(*)
arranged by Jeremy Lubbock
Mel Tormé
with combo accompaniment
21. What Can You Lose? ( 2:11 )(*)
arranged by Shirley Walker
Mandy Patinkin & Madonna
with piano and strings
22. Back In Business ( 2:09 )(*)
arranged by Jeremy Lubbock
Janis Siegel, Cheryl Bentyne & Lorraine Feather
with combo accompaniment
23. More ( 4:11 )(*)
(End Credits)
arranged by Jeremy Lubbock
Madonna & Girls
with combo accompaniment
[tracks#19-23, courtesy Touchstone Pictures/Buena Vista/Walt Disney and Warner Bros. Music]
SINGING OUT LOUD (1992)
[ unreleased film ]
24. Water Under The Bridge ( 5:24 )
orchestrated by Don Sebesky
Liza Minnelli & Billy Stritch
The American Theatre Orchestra
conducted by Paul Gemignani
rec. 6/10/92 at Carnegie Hall, NYC
[track #24, from the RCA album, A Celebration At Carnegie Hall (09026-61484-2)]
Format
CD
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Notes
Some versions of this recording list 30 tracks, with separate narration between each song. (See image.)
# Tracks
19
Lists
31 collectors / 3 wish lists
History
2 Revisions
Shortcode
[rl21253]
1. Introduction
2. Saturday Night

3. Class
4. Gene Meets Helen

5. Isn't It?

6. I Remember That

7. Exhibit A

8. A Moment With You

9. So Many People

10. One Wonderful Day

11. Intermission Announcement
12. Introducing Sondheim

13. Saturday Night (Reprise)

14. All For You

15. That Kind Of A Neighborhood
16. Love's A Bond

17. So Many People (Reprise)

18. In The Movies

19. Finale (Medley)
Format
CD
Label
MTI
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Also Contains
Saturday Night - 2000 Original Off-Broadway Cast
Notes
MTI Sampler CD. Includes spoken intros by Stephen Sondheim from the 1954 Demo.
Lists
3 collectors / 4 wish lists
Shortcode
[rl31934]
1. Saturday Night
2. So Many People
3. One Wonderful Day
4. I Remember That
5. What More Do I Need?
6. Bonus Track: A Moment With You - Stephen Sondheim (From Original 1954 Demo)

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