Track Listing Announced for Make Me a Song CD; Due in Stores in April

News   Track Listing Announced for Make Me a Song CD; Due in Stores in April
 
The original cast recording of the Off-Broadway William Finn revue Make Me a Song is scheduled to arrive in stores April 29 on the Ghostlight Records label.
Front: Sandy Binion and Adam Heller; Back: D.B. Bonds and Sally Wilfert
Front: Sandy Binion and Adam Heller; Back: D.B. Bonds and Sally Wilfert Photo by Carol Rosegg

Make Me a Song played its final performance at New World Stages, Stage 5, Dec. 30, 2007. The cast, who can be heard on the two-CD set, included D.B. Bonds, Sandy Binion, Adam Heller and Sally Wilfert. The Finn revue was constructed and directed by Rob Ruggiero. Ghostlight Records recorded the show's cast album Dec. 1 and 2, 2007. The recording is produced by Grammy-winning producer Joel Moss and Sh-K-Boom/Ghostlight Records president Kurt Deutsch.

The complete track listing for "Make Me a Song: The Music of William Finn" follows.

Disc One:
"Mister, Make Me a Song"
"Heart and Music"
"Hitchhiking Across America"
"Republicans" Part One
"Billy's Law-of-Genetics"
"Passover"
"Only One"
"Republicans" Part Two
"I'd Rather Be Sailing"/"Set Those Sails"
"Change"
"Have Found"
"Republicans" Part Three
"You're Even Better Than You Think You Are"
The Falsettos Suite:
"Falsettoland"
"Four Jews in a Room Bitching"
"Tight Knit Family"/"Love is Blind"/"My Father's a Homo"
"Trina's Song"
"March of the Falsettos"
"Year of the Child"/"The Baseball Game"
"Unlikely Lovers"

Disc Two:
"All Fall Down"
"Republicans" Part Four
"Stupid Things I Won't Do"
"That's Enough for Me"
"I Went Fishing with My Dad" "When the Earth Stopped Turning"
"Anytime (I Am There)"
"Song of Innocence and Experience"
"Finale"
"Make Me a Song"

William Finn is a two–time Tony Award winner for the groundbreaking musical Falsettos, and was most recently represented on Broadway with The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (which closed in January). Make Me a Song features classics from these shows as well as selections from Romance in Hard Times, Elegies and the yet-to-be-produced The Royal Family of Broadway, now apparently a shelved show.

For more information visit www.sh-k-boom.com.

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