April 19, 2014

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In the Studio with the Murder for Two Original Cast Recording, Part Two

Brett Ryback and Jeff Blumenkrantz star in Murder for Two, Ryback as Marcus Moscowicz, a small town cop who goes by the book and Blumenkrnatz as the array of zany suspects in the murder of the great American novelist Arthur Whitney. Here, the duo took to the studio for the original cast recording of the Kellen Blair (lyrics, book) and Joe Kinosian (music, book) musical. The two traded (and often shared) vocal and piano duties. Here, they perform "Finale (I Need a Partner/Protocol Says)." The album is now available from digital outlets. The CD arrives in stores on Feb. 11; pre-orders ship in Jan. Purchase the album digitally from Sh-K-Boom & Ghostlight Records. See Part One.

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