Les Misérables' Final Valjean Releases Solo Recording

News   Les Misérables' Final Valjean Releases Solo Recording Randal Keith, who was the final actor to play Jean Valjean in the Broadway company of Les Misérables, has just released his debut solo recording.
Randal Keith
Randal Keith

Entitled "Life Has Been Good to Me," the 13-track disc features songs from a host of musicals, including Evita, The Phantom of the Opera, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Chess and Anything Goes. Keith also preserves his second-act Les Miz show-stopper, "Bring Him Home." Produced by Chris Huff, the recording features Matt Clemens on piano, Nick Venden on keyboards, Mark Mulé on drums, Steve Beskrone on bass, Jim Hershman on guitar, Chris Huff on organ, Kaethe Durham on oboe and English horn, Mark O'Kain on bongos, Sue Lerner on cello, Ruth Frazier on viola and Larry Abramowitz and Greg Teperman on violin. The complete track listing for "Life Has Been Good to Me" follows:
"All Through the Night" (from Anything Goes)
"Life Has Been Good to Me" (from Faust)
"Love Can't Happen" (from Grand Hotel)
"High Flying, Adored" (from Evita)
"I Need to Know" (from Jekyll and Hyde)
"The Nearness of You"
"Where I Want to Be" (from Chess)
"The Music of the Night" (from The Phantom of the Opera)
"Into the Fire" (from The Scarlet Pimpernel)
"You're Still You"
"Gethsemane" (from Jesus Christ Superstar)
"Bring Him Home" (from Les Misérables)
"Some Enchanted Evening" (from South Pacific)

Among Randal Keith's major roles are Jean Valjean in Les Misérables, the title role in The Phantom of the Opera, Che in Evita and John Jasper in The Mystery of Edwin Drood. Also a concert soloist, he has sung with the Cincinnati, Tulsa and Rochester Symphonies.

"Life Has Been Good to Me" is available at Keith's official website, Click Here.

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