Track Listing Announced for Bernadette Peters Gypsy CD

News   Track Listing Announced for Bernadette Peters Gypsy CD
Playbill On-Line has obtained a copy of the track listing for the new Broadway cast recording of Gypsy, starring two-time Tony Award winner Bernadette Peters as Momma Rose.

Produced by Jay David Saks for Angels Records, the total playing time of the single disc is 63 minutes and 51 seconds. In addition to the classic tunes by Jule Styne and Stephen Sondheim, the recording also features select portions of Arthur Laurents' dialogue. "Gypsy" is set to hit stores Aug. 19.

The complete track list follows:

"Overture" (4:45) Orchestra
"May We Entertain You" (:52) Baby June and Baby Louise with Uncle Jocko and Rose
"Some People" (3:09) Rose with Pop
"Small World" (3:24) Rose and Herbie, with Weber
"Baby June and Her Newsboys" (1:59) Baby June, Baby Louise and Newsboys
"Mr. Goldstone" (2:37) Rose, Herbie and Ensemble
"Little Lamb" (2:20) Louise
"You'll Never Get Away From Me" (2:40) Rose and Herbie
"Dainty June and Her Farmboys" (2:03) Dainty June, Louise and Farmboys
"Broadway" (1:38) Dainty June and Farmboys
"If Momma Was Married" (3:00) Louise and June
"All I Need Is the Girl" (4:21) Tulsa with Louise
"Everything's Coming Up Roses" (3:37) Rose
"Entr'acte" (2:19) Orchestra
"Madame Rose's Toreadorables" (1:13) Louise, Rose and the Hollywood Blondes
"Together, Wherever We Go" (3:55) Rose, Louise and Herbie
"You Gotta Get a Gimmick" (4:49) Tessie Tura, Mazeppa and Electra
"Small World (Reprise)" (1:16) Rose, with Pastey
"Incidental Music" (:46) Louise
"Gypsy Strip (Let Me Entertain You)" (6:35) Louise and Company
"Rose's Turn" (5:03) Rose
"Curtain" (1:30) Rose and Louise

Directed by Academy Award winner Sam Mendes, Gypsy also stars Tammy Blanchard (Louise), John Dossett (Herbie), Kate Reinders (Dainty June), David Burtka (Tulsa), Heather Tepe (Baby June), Addison Timlin (Baby Louise), Heather Lee (Tessie Tura), Julie Halston (Miss Cratchit/Electra), Kate Buddeke (Mazeppa), Brooks Ashmanskas (Mr. Goldstone/Pastey), Michael McCormick (Uncle Jocko/Cigar) and William Parry (Pop/Mr. Kringelein).

Gypsy was recorded June 22 and 23 at Manhattan's Right Track Studios. Tickets for the musical are available at the Shubert Theatre box office (225 West 44th Street) or by phone at (212) 239-6200.

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