Elaine Stritch - Elaine Stritch At Liberty

Artist:
Elaine Stritch
Category:
Stage & Screen
Name:
Elaine Stritch At Liberty
Quality:
FLAC, MP3
Label: DRG Records ‎– 12994
Type: 2 x CD, Album
Country: US
Date of released: 2002
Category: Stage & Screen
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1-1 There's No Business Like Show Business
Composed By – Irving Berlin
5:54
1-2 Caca 2:14
1-3 I Want a Long Time Daddy
Composed By – Porter Grainger
2:18
1-4 A Piece of Mahler 1:48
1-5 This Is All Very New to Me
Composed By – Albert Hague, Arnold Horwitt
2:12
1-6 Going to New York 2:07
1-7 Marlon Brando 6:36
1-8 Broadway Baby
Composed By – Stephen Sondheim
3:50
1-9 My First Broadway Show 2:16
1-10 Civilization
Composed By – Bob Hilliard, Carl Sigman
2:31
1-11 Ethel Merman 0:46
1-12 Can You Use Any Money Today?
Composed By – Irving Berlin
2:32
1-13 Pal Joey 5:03
1-14 Zip
Composed By – Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers
7:05
1-15 Ben Gazzara 3:44
1-16 Noël Coward 3:31
1-17 Why Do the Wrong People Travel
Composed By – Noël Coward
6:39
1-18 Richard Burton 2:15
1-19 But Not for Me/If Love Were All
Composed By – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin
5:18
2-1 I'm Still Here
Composed By – Stephen Sondheim
7:04
2-2 Booze 7:38
2-3 Little Things You Do Together
Composed By – Stephen Sondheim
5:30
2-4 The Ladies Who Lunch
Composed By – Stephen Sondheim
5:01
2-5 John Bay 2:52
2-6 There Never Was a Baby Like My Baby
Composed By – Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Jule Styne
2:43
2-7 I've Been to a Marvelous Party
Composed By – Noël Coward
0:31
2-8 God So Quickly 5:24
2-9 The Party's Over
Composed By – Adolph Green, Betty Comden, Jule Styne
1:24
2-10 Absent Almost Always 6:53
2-11 Something Good
Composed By – Adolph Green
2:42

Credits

  • Bass – Louis Bruno
  • Conductor, Piano – Rob Bowman
  • Drums, Percussion – Billy Miller
  • Mastered By – Alan Silverman
  • Producer – Hugh Fordin
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Cynthia Daniels
  • Trombone – John Gale*
  • Trumpet – Kamau Adilifu, Stu Satalof
  • Woodwind – John Campo, Les Scott*, Steven Kenyon

Notes

Recorded live January 10-12, 2002 at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, NYC.
Previews for Elaine Stritch at Liberty began October 26, 2001, opened November 7 at the Joseph Papp Public Theater, and closed January 13, 2002. The show then opened at the Neil Simon Theater on Broadway on February 6, 2002.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 21471-2994-2 7