The CD is available for pre-order by clicking here. The recording will also be available in advance to those attending Spector's upcoming 54 Below concerts March 10, 23-24 and 31. The singing actor will also autograph the CD following these performances.
“Putting together this show and album affected me in a deep and profound way,” Spector said in a 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.
With A Little Help From My Friends
When I Was Your Man / Faith / Good Vibrations
Sweet Home Chicago
When You Wish Upon a Star
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