New Solo CD from Little Shop's Ellen Greene Now Available; Bonus Tracks from Long-Lost Solo Debut, Too

News   New Solo CD from Little Shop's Ellen Greene Now Available; Bonus Tracks from Long-Lost Solo Debut, Too
 
Ellen Greene, the celebrated singing actress known for her work on stage and on the silver screen in Little Shop of Horrors, has released her new solo recording, "Songs for a Winter's Night," which is now available for purchase online.

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"Songs for a Winter's Night" reunites the "Pushing Daisies" star with her long-time musical partner, Christian Klikovits, who is featured on piano. The two artists are joined by cellist Stephen Erdody.

The genesis of the new album was Red & Greene, a 2011 concert with the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC, that featured Greene, Klikovits and Erdody.

The recording also features Sara Parkins on violin, Sarah Thornblade on violin, Brian Dembow on viola, David Washburn on trumpet, Steve Becknell on French horn, Eric Rittner on bass and Tim Mcintyre on drums as well as a choir.

The complete track listing follows:
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
Santa Baby
Angels We Have Heard On High
Christmas Time Is Here
Stille Nacht
Wintersong
Universal Child
Angel
Suite Francaise, Op. 114: Chanson D'Alsace
Song for a Winter's Night
Morning Has Broken
Let It Be Me/The Christmas Song

Also available are two tracks from an album Greene recorded in 1973-74 that was never released. Entitled "All the Lives of Me" (penned by her late friend Peter Allen), the recording was originally produced by Joel Dorn and arranged by Arthur Jenkins Jr. The bonus tracks are "The Lives of Me" (featuring Greene & Randy Booth) and "Kol Nidre/Marry Me A Little" (featuring Greene & Randy Booth).

To purchase the recording on CD baby, click here; click here to purchase on iTunes.

Details about a physical CD will be announced shortly.

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Numerous albums and cast recordings are also available at PlaybillStore.com.

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