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News All Shook Up Cast Album to Be Recorded on Sony; Released May 18 The original cast recording on All Shook Up will be recorded by Sony BMG, producer Bill Rosenfield told columnist Harry Haun at the musical's opening night party.

"The release date for All Shook Up is May 18," he said. "It's a very quick turnaround. I'll be doing that for Sony BMG."

All Shook Up, opened at the Palace Theatre March 24. The show was created by librettist Joe DiPietro, director Christopher Ashley and music supervisor/arranger Stephen Oremus.

Music popularized by The King fuels All Shook Up, which began Palace previews Feb. 20 following a tryout in Chicago that started Dec. 19, 2004 and ended Jan. 23, 2005. During New York previews, Sergio Trujillo was brought in to provide additional choreography (he's credited in the Playbill), augmenting what choreographer Ken Roberson already created.

The opening night Broadway Playbill includes the following musical numbers: "Love Me Tender," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Roustabout," "One Night With You," "C'mon Everybody," "Follow That Dream," "Teddy Bear"/"Hound Dog," "That's All Right," "You're the Devil in Disguise," "It's Now or Never," "Blue Suede Shoes," "Don't Be Cruel," "Let Yourself Go," "Can't Help Falling in Love," "All Shook Up," "It Hurts Me," "A Little Less Conversation," "The Power of My Love," "I Don't Want To," "Jailhouse Rock," "There's Always Me," "If I Can Dream," "Fools Fall in Love," "Burning Love."

The creative team is David Rockwell (scenic design), David C. Woolard (costume design), Donald Holder (lighting design), Brian Ronan (sound design), David H. Lawrence (wig and hair design), Oremus and Michael Gibson (orchestrations) and Zane Mark (dance music arrangements).

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