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Books Now Available:

GilmanThe Critic's Daughter: A Memoir
(W.W. Norton & Company - Hardcover Book/Kindle Edition)
By Priscilla Gilman, daughter of writer, theater critic, and Yale School of Drama professor Richard Gilman. 304 pages.

Indie Theatre GuyIndie Theater Guy
(new Paperback Book/Kindle Edition)
By Martin Denton. Story of Denton's nytheatre.com website, which began in 1997. A journey of one man remaking himself, following his heart and his passion, and along the way helping to forge a new and stronger identity for the indie theater community that he loved.

When Broadway Was BlackWhen Broadway Was Black: The Triumphant Story of the All-Black Musical that Changed the World
(Sourcebooks - Paperback Book)
By Caseen Gaines. In-depth look into the rise of the 1921 Broadway hit, Shuffle Along, the first all-Black musical to succeed on Broadway, with a score by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake. Book by F. E. Miller and Aubrey Lyles. The story of how Sissle and Blake, along with comedians Flournoy Miller and Aubrey Lyles, overcame poverty, racism, and violence to harness the energy of the Harlem Renaissance. 512 pages.

Music to Be Released This Friday:

FeverAnn Hampton Callaway: Fever - A Peggy Lee Celebration!
(Palmetto - new on CD/digital)
"Fever," "Till There Was You," "The Glory of Love," "The Folks Who Live on the Hill," "Sing a Rainbow," "I Don't Know Enough About You," "Clair de Lune," "Black Coffee," "I Love Being Here With You," "Johnny Guitar," "Where Can I Go Without You," "This is A Very Special Day/It's a Good Day," "Angels on Your Pillow."

StandardizedEric Goletz: Standard-ized
(new digital album)
Trombonist Eric Goletz e-imagines modern jazz standards. With Henry Heinitsh (guitar), Jim Ridl (piano), Brian Glassman (acoustic and electric bass), Marco Panascia (electric bass), Steve Johns (drums), and Joe Mowatt (percussion), plus saxophonist Don Braden and vocalist Lajuan Carter. "Now's the Time," "Just in Time," "Caravan," "Nutville," "Nature Boy," "Train Shuffle," "Jungle Juice," "Mayreh," "The Summer Knows," "Summertime," "Sugar," "Windmills of Your Mind," "Overjoyed," "Now's the Time (outro)."

Newly Listed Recordings:

March 10:

SixSix: Live on Opening Night OBC
(Absolute Label - new on CD)
Score by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss. Adrianna Hicks, Keirsten Nicole Hodgens, Nicole Kyoung-Mi Lambert, Andrea Macasaet, Brittney Mack, Courtney Mack, Mallory Maedke, Mallory Maedke, Abby Mueller, Samantha Pauly. "Ex-Wives," "Ex-Wives [Reprise]," "But there's only one you need to hear from tonight..."," "No Way," "The One You've Been Waiting For," "Don't Lose Ur Head," "Heart of Stone," "Now, seeing as Henry was running out of women to marry in England..."," "Haus of Holbein," "So I guess you already know what happened next..."," "Get Down," "All You Wanna Do," "I Don't Need Your Love," "I Don't Need Your Love [Remix]," "SIX," "The MegaSIX," "Playout," "Heart of Stone [alternates version]" The Ladies in Waiting band: Julia Schade (music director/keyboard), Michelle Osbourne (bass), Kimi Hayes (guitars), Elena Bonomo (drums), and Mariana Ramirez (percussion). Produced by Paul Gatehouse, Toby Marlow, Lucy Moss, Sam Featherstone, and Tom Curran. Recorded live on opening night at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Released earlier in digital format.

March 14:

John JenJohn & Jen
(Liberator Films - new on DVD)
2012 movie based on the Andrew Lippa/Tom Greenwald musical. Rachel Tucker and Lewis Cornay. Directed by Guy Retallack / Austin Shaw. One hour 40 minutes.

RegrettingRegretting Almost Everything
(new album)
Concept album for new musical score by Danny Ursetti and Lauren Taslitz. Beth Leavel and Jeff Blumenkrantz. 15 songs plus one bonus track.

April 7:

CabaretCabaret 2021 West End cast
(Decca UK - double vinyl LP)
Score by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Eddie Redmayne, Jessie Buckley, Anna-Jane Casey, Stewart Clarke, Omari Douglas, Sally Frith, Elliot Levey, Liza Sadovy, Sophie Maria Wojna. "Willkommen," "So What?," "Don't Tell Mama," "Mein Herr," "Perfectly Marvelous," "Two Ladies," "It Couldn't Please Me More," "Tomorrow Belongs to Me," "Maybe This Time," "Money," "Married," "Tomorrow Belongs to Me (Reprise)," "Kickline," "If You Could See Her," "What Would You Do?," "I Don't Care Much," "Cabaret," "Finale." Released earlier on CD.

April 14:

ClicquotClicquot: A Revolutionary Musical
(Brainstorm Records / Yellow Sound Label / 35th Parallel Productions - new EP)
Studio highlights cast recording of score by Lisette Glodowski and Richard C. Walter. Victoria Frings, Kevin Massey, Paolo Montalban, Kai An Chee, Tim Rogan, Rachael Worthington, Nick Laughlin, Steve Blanchard, Neil Young, Erin McMillen, and Eric Sorrels. 13-piece orchestra conducted by Kenneth Gartman. Orchestrations and arrangements by Frank Galgano and Matt Castle. Produced by Frank Galgano and Michael Croiter. Six tracks.

April 21:

PizzarelliJohn Pizzarelli: Stage & Screen
(Palmetto - new on CD/digital)
"Too Close For Comfort," "I Love Betsy," "I Want To Be Happy," "Tea For Two," "Just In Time," "Some Other Time," "Where Or When," "Oklahoma Suite," "Time After Time," "You're All The World To Me," "As Time Goes By," "Coffee In A Cardboard Cup."

May 5:

Funny GirlFunny Girl
(Sony Masterworks Broadway - double vinyl album)
New Broadway cast recording. Based on 2022 revival, with some replacements. Lea Michele, Tovah Feldshuh, Ramin Karimloo, Toni DiBuono, Debra Cadona, Martin Moran, Jared Grimes, Kurt Csolak, Justin Prescott, Daniel Beeman. "Overture," "Who Are You Now?," "If a Girl Isn't Pretty," "I'm the Greatest Star," "Eddie's Tap," "Cornet Man," "His Love Makes Me Beautiful," "I Want to Be Seen with You," "Henry Street," "People," "You Are Woman, I Am Man," "Don't Rain on My Parade," "Sadie, Sadie," "Who Taught Her Everything She Knows?," "Temporary Arrangement," "Rat-Tat-Tat-Tat," "Who Are You Now? (Reprise)," "You're a Funny Girl / Beekman Call," "What Do Happy People Do?," "The Music That Makes Me Dance," "Dream Ballet," "Finale Act 2."

Newly Listed Books:

April 24:

StreisandBarbra Streisand: the Music, the Albums, the Singles
(Fayetteville Mafia Press - new Hardcover Book/Kindle Edition)
By Matt Howe. Foreword by Jay Landers. Covering the extensive recording career of Barbra Streisand - every album, soundtrack, and single Streisand has released. 304 pages.

November 7:

My Name Is Barbra
(Viking - new book)
Barbra Streisand's memoir detailing her life from growing up in Brooklyn to the early days of her career, including her breakout performance in the musical and film versions of Funny Girl, and the years after.

Compiled by Talkin' Broadway Staff.

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