Barbara Cook's highly-anticipated new two-CD album, a document of her recent Carnegie Hall concert, Barbara Cook Sings Mostly Sondheim, will be released a little later than expected to allow for special packaging, according to DRG Records.
The Broadway legend's new Carnegie discs will be on store shelves May 8. The CD set, produced by Hugh Fordin, is to include all the music from the Feb. 2 concert (including special guest Malcolm Gets' numbers) and will have liner notes by Frank Rich, former drama critic of The New York Times. Cook, of course, is the famed Broadway soprano who created roles in Candide, The Music Man, She Loves Me, Flahooley and other Broadway musicals.
"Barbara Cook Sings Mostly Sondheim Live at Carnegie Hall" will include:
"Everybody Says Don't"
"I Wonder What Became of Me?"
"The Eagle And Me"
"I Had Myself A True Love"
"Into The Woods"/"Giants In The Sky" (Malcolm Gets)
"Another Hundred People" (Malcolm Gets)
"So Many People" (Malcolm Gets)
"Let's Face The Music And Dance" (duet with Malcolm Gets)
"The Song Is You"
"You Could Drive A Person Crazy"
"Not A Day Goes By"
"Losing My Mind"
"Buds Won't Bud"
"I Got Lost In His Arms"
West Side Story Segment
"Something's Coming"/"Tonight" (Malcolm Gets)
"Move On" (duet with Malcolm Gets)
"Hard Hearted Hannah"
"Waiting For the Robert E. Lee"
" Ice Cream"
"Send In The Clowns"
"The Trolley Song"
"Not While I'm Around" (duet with Malcolm Gets)
"Anyone Can Whistle" — By Kenneth Jones