Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis, Max Von Essen and More Featured on "Musicality of Youmans" Recording

News   Sutton Foster, Norm Lewis, Max Von Essen and More Featured on "Musicality of Youmans" Recording The JAY Records CD "The MUSICality OF YOUMANS," a collection of songs written by composer Vincent Youmans (No, No, Nanette; Great Day), begins shipping Nov. 6.

A list of songs in the collection follows:

1. "Without a Song" from Great Day, performed by Ron Raines
2. "More Than You Know" from Great Day, performed by Debbie Gravitte
3. "Rise and Shine" from Take a Chance, performed by Klea Blackhurst
4. "Sometimes I'm Happy" from A Night Out, performed by Matt Bogart and Nancy Anderson
5. "Tea for Two" from No, No, Nanette, performed by Max von Essen and Jessica Bogart
6. "I Want a Man" from Rainbow, performed by Christiane Noll
7. "Why, Oh Why" from Hit The Deck, performed by Karen Ziemba and Girls
8. "Time on My Hands" from Smiles, performed by Brent Barrett
9. "Music Makes Me" from Flying Down To Rio, performed by Sutton Foster
10. "Where Has My Hubby Gone Blues" from No, No, Nanette, performed by Beth Leavel and Men
11. "Flying Down to Rio" from Flying Down To Rio, performed by Norm Lewis
12. "Hallelujah" from Hit The Deck, performed by Kim Criswell and Chorus
13. "Tea for Two (Complete Version)" from No, No, Nanette, performed by Max von Essen and Jessica Bogart

According to JAY Records, "In the 1920s, Vincent Youmans led a vanguard of fresh innovative songwriters whose melodies and shows were revolutionizing Broadway. Youmans, along with his peers Rodgers, Gershwin and Berlin, established a new sound of American popular music, and revitalized Broadway in the process, ushering in its first Golden Age.  Widely regarded as a master melodist, Youmans’ modern and streamlined melodies were tailor made for the jazz age, perfectly underscoring its racing pulse and optimistic American attitude."

The collection is on sale for $5.99 through December 2015. 

For more information or to purchase the collection, click here or here.

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