See What Lea Salonga’s Singing on Her New Live Album, Blurred Lines

Cast Recordings & Albums   See What Lea Salonga’s Singing on Her New Live Album, Blurred Lines
 
The CD, recorded live at Feinstein’s/54 Below, will be released in May.
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Lea Salonga

Tony winner Lea Salonga, who returns to Feinstein's/54 Below May 9, will release her newest album, Blurred Lines, May 5 on the LML Music label. The CD, recorded live at Feinstein's/54 Below last year, is available for presale at LeaSalonga.com.

“To have an amazing recording of such a special show is rare and exciting!” says Salonga in a statement. “This was such a fun show to put together and I'm so happy we can share it with an even wider audience.”

Read: LEA SALONGA IS SET TO BREAK A RECORD IN MAY

The complete track listing follows:
“Manhattan” (Richard Rogers – Lorenz Hart)
“My Foolish Heart” (Victor Young – Ned Washington)
Give it up for the Band
“Blackbird”/“A Quiet Thing” (John Lennon – Paul McCartney / John KanderFred Ebb)
“The Story of My Life” (Nial Horan, Zayn Malik, Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlison)
“A Song for You”/“I Can’t Make You Love Me” (Leon Russell / Mike Reid – Allan Shamblin)
“Fast Car” (Tracey Chapman)
“I Won’t Mind” (Jeff Blumenkrantz – Annie Kessler – Libby Saines)
“Nice Work If You Can Get It” (George and Ira Gershwin)
Possibilities and Prospects
“All of Me” (John Legend – Toby Gad)
“Blurred Lines” (Robin Thicke – T.I. – Pharrell Williams)
Gratitude

Greatest Hits Melody:
“I’d Give My Life For You” (Claude-Michel Schonberg – Richard Maltby)
“A Whole New World” (Alan MenkenTim Rice)
“Reflection” (Matthew Wilder – David Zippel)
“I Dreamed a Dream” (Claude-Michel Schonberg – Herbert Kretzner)
“Higher” (Jay Kuo)

“How Do You Keep the Music Playing?”/“How Deep is the Ocean” (Michel Legrand – Alan and Marilyn Bergman / Ingrid Berlin)

Arrangements are by Lawrence Yurman and Jack Cavari.

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