"Lost Broadway and More Volume 4" Recording to Feature Max von Essen, Jill Paice, Kara Lindsay and More

News   "Lost Broadway and More Volume 4" Recording to Feature Max von Essen, Jill Paice, Kara Lindsay and More
 
Max von Essen, Jill Paice, Kara Lindsay and K.T. Sullivan can be heard on the new album "Lost Broadway and More Volume 4," which will be released from Footlight Records in late April.

Max von Essen
Max von Essen

The album is dedicated to women composers in theatre, with rarities from Baker Street, National Velvet and Hellzapoppin '67, as well as newer musicals like Only A Kingdom and Little House on the Prairie.

An official release date will be announced shortly, according to a representative at Footlight.

The track list follows:

"The Moment" (Only A Kingdom) - Max von Essen & Jill Paice
"Uh-Uh" (Only A Kingdom) - Max von Essen & Jill Paice
"A Most Reliable Guide" (Only A Kingdom) - Stephen "Mo" Hanan & Michael Marcotte
"In Wonderland" (Only A Kingdom) - Jill Paice
"What Is Forever?" (Only A Kingdom) - Max von Essen & Jill Paice
"Fashion Rules" (Only A Kingdom) - Donna Lynne Champlin, Jill Paice & Becky Barta
"David's Meditation" (Only A Kingdom) - Max von Essen
"Home Is Where the Duchess Is" (Only A Kingdom) - Max von Essen & Jill Paice
"The Circus is a Family Affair" - Steve Ross & William Zeffiro
"The House Where I Was Born" (Paris '90) - Steve Ross
"Country Girls" (Little House on the Prairie) - Kate Loprest & Kara Lindsay
"Growing Up" (National Velvet) - Joan Crowe & Marie Pruitt
"Nobody Breaks My Heart" (Fine and Dandy) - K.T. Sullivan & Heather Sullivan
"I See It In You" (National Velvet) - Steven Wilde
"Look Skyward" (Hunter's Moon) - K.T. Sullivan & Heather Sullivan
"Enemy" (Little House on the Prairie) - Kate Loprest
"Umbrella" (Hellzapoppin '67) - Joan Crowe, Marie Pruitt & Steven Wilde
"Kay Swift Waltz Medley" (Paris '90) - Steve Ross & K.T. Sullivan
"Five Senses/Finding Words For Spring" (Baker Street) - Marian Grudeff & Ray Jessel
"A Veritable Work of Art" (Baker Street) - Marian Grudeff & Ray Jessel
"Can't We Be Friends" (The Little Show) - Steve Ross
"Montreal" (Hellzapoppin '67) - Ray Jessel

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