Ebersole, Luker, Egan, Beach, Skinner & More Sing Sherman Brothers Tunes on New CD

News   Ebersole, Luker, Egan, Beach, Skinner & More Sing Sherman Brothers Tunes on New CD
You may not know their faces, but if you grew up watching Disney films, you definitely know their songs.

The Sherman Brothers — Robert and Richard — wrote such classic film songs as "A Spoonful of Sugar," "Feed the Birds," "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" and "Truly Scrumptious." A host of Broadway performers have recorded several of their tunes on a new CD for Fynsworth Alley. Entitled "Believe: The Songs of the Sherman Brothers," the 15-track disc, which will be available in February, features the vocals of such theatre performers as Christine Ebersole, Kate Levering, David Hibbard, Gary Beach, Susan Egan, Liz Callaway, Rebecca Luker, Brent Barrett, Emily Skinner, Michele Pawk, Janine LaManna and several others. The complete track listing for "Believe: The Songs of the Sherman Brothers" follows:
"The Age Of Not Believing" (Christine Ebersole)
"That Darn Cat " (Michele Pawk)
"Chin Up" (Susan Egan)
"Are We Dancing?" (Tami Tappan & David Burnham)
"Hushabye Mountain" (Janine LaManna)
"Ten Feet Off The Ground" (Kate Levering & David Hibbard)
"For Now And Always" (Rebecca Luker)
Shermanized Word Medley: "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious"/"Fortuosity"/"Substitutiary Locomotion"/"Higitus Figitus"/"Gratifaction" (Jason Graae)
"Where Did The Good Times Go?" (Emily Skinner)
"Busker Alley" (Gary Beach)
"Feed the Birds" (Liz Callaway)
"She Has a Way" (Brent Barrett)
A Rock & Roll Love Story: "Tall Paul"/"You're Sixteen"/"Let's Get Together" (Kristen Bell & Ryan Driscoll
"River Song" (Lawrence Clayton)
"Your Heart Will Lead You Home" (Natalie Toro)

The Sherman Brothers' Disney career began with 1961's "Strummin' Song" starring Annette Funicello. They've written hundreds of songs for Disney films, TV shows, theme parks and attractions; some of their best-known work includes tunes for "The Parent Trap," "101 Dalmations," "The Sword in the Stone," "Winnie the Pooh," "Bedknobs and Broomsticks," "Mary Poppins" and "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang."

For more information about "Believe: The Songs of the Sherman Brothers," go to the Fynsworth Alley website at www.fynsworthalley.com.

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