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  • Performer: Ben Bagley
  • Album: Ben Bagley’s Contemporary Broadway Revisited
  • FLAC: 1489 mb | MP3: 1649 mb
  • Released: 1985
  • Style: Musical
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Ben Bagley - Ben Bagley’s Contemporary Broadway Revisited album flac


A1 Judy Gilmer The Kid Herself
A2 John Reardon The Room Is Filled With You
A3 Katharine Hepburn A Horse Named Margaret
A4 Fay DeWitt Please Sir
A5 Alan Arkin Growing Older
A6 Margaret Whiting Sweet River
A7 Anthony Perkins All My Friends Have Gone To California
A8 Fay DeWitt The Girls Who Sit And Wait
A9 John Reardon Wine And Peaches
B1 Katharine Hepburn I Hate Spring
B2 Diane Carnevale Who Would Have Dreamed?
B3 Alan Arkin What A Wonderful Way To Die
B4 Kaye Ballard Love Is Not A Sentiment
B5 Helen Gallagher Here I Come
B6 Katharine Hepburn Merry Little Minuet
B7 Judy Gilmer The Only Game In Town
B8 Mark Sendroff / Susan Stroman & Jan Newberger Ten Per Cent / Loopin’ The Loop


  • Arranged By – Dennis Deal
  • Illustration – Harvey Schmidt
  • Lyrics By – Fred Ebb (tracks: A1,A4,A7,B1,B3,B8,B9), Sheldon Harnick (tracks: B6, B7), Tom Jones (tracks: A2,A5,A6,B4,B5)
  • Music By – Harvey Schmidt (tracks: A2,A5,A6,B4,B5), John Kander (tracks: A1,A4,A7,B1,B3,B8,B9), Louis Bellson (tracks: B6), Will Irwin (tracks: B6)
  • Music By, Lyrics By – Jerry Herman (tracks: A8)
  • Producer, Liner Notes, Directed By – Ben Bagley
  • Written By – Martha Caples (tracks: B2), Nancy Hamilton (tracks: A3,B2)

Smoky, sultry Chita Rivera singing Leonard Bernstein's song "Big Stuff"- which I believe plays on a jukebox at the top of Bernstein's Fancy Free ballet.

Alan Arkin performing Tom Jones & Harvey Schmidt's "What a Wonderful Way to Die" from THE BONE ROOM. From Ben Bagley's truly remarkable "Revisited" series.

Records cover art by Harvey Lester Schmidt (American composer for musical theatre and illustrator, 1929-).

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The Intention Of Ben Bagley's Series Of "Revisited" Albums Of The Music Of Great Songwriters Is To Uncover Little-Known Compositions And Have Them Sung By The Cream Of Broadway And New York Nightclub Performers. For His Irving Berlin Volume, Bagley Assembles A Cast Including Bobby Short, Dorothy Loudon, And Blossom Dearie, And Sets Them Loose On Obscure Berlin Songs Dating Back To 1909 ("Sadie Salome Go Home") And Up To 1947 ("Mr.

Tracklist: 1. There’s More To The Kiss Than The XXX, 2. Under A One Man Top, 3. Feeling Sentimental, 4. Tra-La-La, 5. Nashville Nightingale, 6. Drifting Along With The Tide, 7. Virginia Don’t Go Too Far, 8. Back Bay Polka, 9. Changing My Tune, 10. Rose Of Madrid, 11. Oh Gee! Oh Joy!, 12. Three Times A Day, 13. Scandal Walk.

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Revisited" series (with Harvey Schmidt's smutty cover art censored before IG comes for me), which the label has kindly been re-releasing on CD. They've just announced the upcoming Kurt Weill Revisited this morning!. This Ben Bagley, who was incurably insane apparently, was underappreciated methinks. He dedicated it to his cat, Butch!

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