Jarrod Spector's "A Little Help From My Friends: Live At 54 Below" Released March 25

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25 Mar 2014

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Broadway Records releases Jarrod Spector's "A Little Help From My Friends: Live At 54 Below" digitally and on CD March 25.

The CD is available by clicking here. The recording may also be purchased by those attending Spector's 54 Below concert March 31.

The album features music from such artists as Billy Joel, Enrico Caruso, Little Richard, Freddie Mercury, Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney and Bono.

“Putting together this show and album affected me in a deep and profound way,” Spector said in a recent statement. “In researching this album, I was immersed in the music of these venerated artists whom I’ve adored my whole life. After portraying one man [Frankie Vallie] for 1500 performances with Jersey Boys, I was haunted by identity fears. Being able to delve into the repertoire of other artists helped quell them. I now feel a sense of fraternity with these artists.”

The music director for “A Little Help From My Friends: Live at 54 Below" is Adam Ben-David, and the recording is produced by Michael J. Moritz, Jr. and Spector and executive-produced by Rich Aronstein and The Broadway Consortium.

The complete track list follows:

With A Little Help From My Friends
When I Was Your Man / Faith / Good Vibrations
Sweet Home Chicago
When You Wish Upon a Star
Unchained Melody
Good Golly Miss Molly/Tutti Frutti
Who's Lovin' You
Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing
Maybe I'm Amazed
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Una Furtiva Lagrima / Somebody to Love
If I Can't Have You
It's All Coming Back to Me Now
Uptown Girl / Walk Like a Man
Marianne / Beggin'
I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

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Numerous albums and cast recordings are also available at PlaybillStore.com.