Title Of Album: On the Twentieth Century (New Broadway Cast Recording)
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: P.S. Classics
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 93:56 min
Total Size: 252 / 591 MB
01. Cy Coleman - Overture
02. Jim Walton - Stranded
03. Michael Mc Grath - Saddle up the Horse / On the Twentieth Century
04. Michael Mc Grath - "Where's the High Priest of the Theatre?..."
05. Peter Gallagher - I Rise Again
06. Mark Linn Baker - "An Angel of Deliverance..."
07. Rick Faugno - Oscar Jaffee / Lily Garland
08. Paula Leggett Chase - Indian Maiden's Lament
09. Paula Leggett Chase - "What Is Your Name, Child?..."
10. Kristin Chenoweth - Veronique
11. Peter Gallagher - Veronique Playoff
12. Jim Walton - I Have Written a Play (Conductor)
13. Jim Walton - Together
14. Kristin Chenoweth - Never
15. Andy Karl - "Oscar Jaffee? He Meant Nothing to Me..."
16. Peter Gallagher - Our Private World
17. Mary Louise Wilson - Repent
18. Peter Gallagher - "Boys, I've Got the Play..."
19. Peter Gallagher - Mine
20. Kristin Chenoweth - I've Got It All
21. Cy Coleman - Entr'acte
22. Rick Faugno - Life Is Like a Train
23. Mary Louise Wilson - _I Have My Checkbook Right Her
24. Andy Taylor - I Have Written a Play (Congressman)
25. Mary Louise Wilson - Five Zeros
26. Peter Gallagher - I Have Written a Play (Doctor)
27. Peter Gallagher - "An Anthology of Womankind..."
28. Michael Mc Grath - Sign, Lily, Sign
29. On The Twentieth Century Company - She's a Nut
30. Kristin Chenoweth - Max Jacobs
31. Kristin Chenoweth - "My Play by Somerset Maugham..."
32. Kristin Chenoweth - Babette
33. Peter Gallagher - Because of Her
34. Jim Walton - Lily / Oscar
35. James Moye - "I Had to Do It to Save You..."
36. On The Twentieth Century Company - Finale Ultimo
"The show of our dreams - a merry, madcap, slaphappy musical comedy" is how Variety hailed ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY in its "sizzling and sumptuous" (Associated Press) 2015 Broadway production, led by Tony and Emmy Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth and Golden Globe-winner and Tony Award nominee Peter Gallagher. While the show garnered five Tony Awards during its original 1978 run, it was only with the opening of this new production that it has come to be celebrated as a classic. The New York Post raved "They don't write musical comedies like this anymore!,"