“Ultimate Broadway 2” Features Sutton Foster, Patrick Wilson, Audra McDonald and More

News   “Ultimate Broadway 2” Features Sutton Foster, Patrick Wilson, Audra McDonald and More RCA Victor will release “Ultimate Broadway 2” May 20.

A follow-up to Arista Records’ 1998 release “Ultimate Broadway,” the new CD features 20 tracks from such musicals as Ragtime, Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, Thoroughly Modern Millie, The Full Monty, Into the Woods and 42nd Street. The single CD includes a 16-page booklet featuring liner notes by writer Daniel Guss and color photographs from Urinetown, The Full Monty and the current Man of La Mancha revival. The complete track listing for “Ultimate Broadway 2” follows:

Overture from Gypsy (London Cast Album Orchestra)
“Man of La Mancha (I, Don Quixote)” from Man of La Mancha (Brian Stokes Mitchell, Ernie Sabella)
“Run, Freedom, Run” from Urinetown (Hunter Foster and Company)
“Your Daddy’s Son” from Ragtime (Audra McDonald)
“The Music of the Night” from Phantom of the Opera (Colm Wilkinson)
“All that Jazz” from Chicago (Bebe Neuwirth, Ann Reinking and Company)
“Gimme Gimme” from Thoroughly Modern Millie (Sutton Foster)
“O Soave Fanciulla” from La Bohème (Placido Domingo, Sherrill Milnes, Montserrat Caballé)
“Next Best Thing to Love” from A Class Act (Randy Graff)
“Cabaret” from Cabaret (Natasha Richardson with Alan Cumming)
“Springtime for Hitler” from The Producers (Film soundtrack company chorus with Mel Brooks)
“Losing My Mind” from Mostly Sondheim (Barbara Cook)
“Time Warp” from The Rocky Horror Show (Raúl Esparza and Company)
“Oklahoma! & Finale: Oh, What a Beautiful’ Mornin’” (Oklahoma! Company)
“Breeze Off the River” from The Full Monty (Patrick Wilson)
“Big Spender” from Fosse (Valarie Pettiford, Jane Lanier & Female Ensemble)
“Gee, Officer Krupke” from Blast! (Blast! Company)
“Agony” from Into the Woods (Robert Westenberg and Chuck Wagner)
“Bring Him Home” from Les Misérables (Colm Wilkinson)
“Lullaby of Broadway” from 42nd Street (Jerry Orbach with Wanda Richert and Company)

For more information about this and other RCA Victor recordings, visit www.rcavictor.com.