Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center Concerts to Be Released on CD | Playbill

News Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett's Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center Concerts to Be Released on CD
Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett's famed concert evenings at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center will be released by Masterworks Broadway.

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"Julie & Carol: Live at Carnegie Hall" and "Julie & Carol: Live at Lincoln Center" will be available for purchase on CD and digital download exclusively via www.MasterworksBroadway.com April 3. The double set will be available from all retailers and digital service providers on May 8.

The first "Julie & Carol Live" show was taped in March 1962 at Carnegie Hall and broadcast three months later on CBS. That evening featured a script by Mike Nichols and music direction by Irwin Kostal.

Andrews and Burnett reunited in December 1971 for a concert at Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic (now Avery Fisher) Hall for a live broadcast. That evening included a "Medley of the 60's," which packs into 13 minutes 46 songs from the eventful era that had come and gone since the 1962 Carnegie Hall show, from The Beatles, Sonny and Cher, and Glen Campbell to Joni Mitchell, The Fifth Dimension and Petula Clark.

The track listing for the two CDs follows:

CD 1
1 No Mozart Tonight
2 You're So London
3 Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be
4 From Russia: The Nausiev Ballet
5 Meantime
6 From Switzerland: The Pratt Family
7 History Of Musical Comedy (Medley)
8 From Texas: Big "D"

CD 2
1 Opening
2 Our Classy, Classical Show
3 Girls In The Band
4 Madame Abernall's / I Could Have Danced All Night
5 He's Gone Away
6 Medley Of The 60's
7 Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie
8 Finale

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