Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Playlist for Sunday, November 8, 2015: Ahhh, Indian Summer. Right.

You know, if this beastly weather keeps up, I'm never going to get anything INSIDE done.  What is this, Indian Summer?  Now I have to do stuff like dig up bulbs (who invented that whole procedure anyway? To have boxes of dirt in your basement all's like Dracula and his "earth" down there!) and hang clothes ON THE LINE? Rake? Contemplate mowing the lawn AGAIN? I mean, I thought I was done with this crap. And if I don't do this crap, I'm going to feel guilty, because it's 62 degrees and everybody else is doing it?? I need cold and flannel to concentrate, for lord's sake.

One good thing...I can bike (aka avoid all that stuff) and avoid the gym as well.  So there is a win, albeit a tiny one.

Which all resulted in this show coming together later than usual. This week, a mixed bag of getting out of jail (The Life), dancing in your poodle skirt (Hairspray, Zombie Prom, Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?), waltzing (Carousel, Carnival, Jacques Brel), misbehaving and make-upping. Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is a newbie to the show, plus a couple of snarky parodies from Forbidden Broadway. So take a break from all that outside stuff and listen in... or hey! If it's that great, take your device to the frickin' beach, why doncha?  Jeez. 

On Broadway (Jarrod Spector, Beautiful)
Take Me Back To Manhattan (Eileen Rodgers, Ensemble, Anything Goes)
It's De-Lovely (Hal Linden, Barbara Lang, Anything Goes)
Let's Misbehave (Eileen Rodgers, Kenneth Mars, Anything Goes)
Mr. Greed (Sam Harris, Ensemble, The Life)
A Lovely Day To Get Out Of Jail (Pamela Isaacs, Lillias White, The Life)
Use What You Got (Sam Harris, Ensemble, The Life)
Triplets (Gerard Alessandrini, Ensemble, Forbidden Broadway)
Annie's Favorite Show Tune (Nora Mae Lyng, Forbidden Broadway)
Ambition (Gerard Alessandrini, Ensemble, Forbidden Broadway)
Love Makes The World Go Round (Anna Maria Alberghetti, Carnival)
The Carousel Waltz (Instrumental, Carousel)
And The Band Played On (Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians)
Carousel (La Valse A Mille Temps) (Elly Stone, Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well 
         and Living in Paris)
Look What Happened To Mabel (Bernadette Peters, Mack & Mabel)
A Little More Mascara (George Hearn, La Cage Aux Folles)
Ribbons Down My Back (Emily Yancy, Hello Dolly)
Good Morning Baltimore (Marissa Jaret Winokur, Hairspray)
Easy To Say (Jessica Snow Wilson, Zombie Prom)
Doo-Waa, Doo-Wee (Jason Graae, Do Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?)
I Can Hear The Bells (Marissa Jaret Winokur, Kerry Butler, Hairspray)
Long Before I Knew You (Sydney Chaplin, Judy Holliday, Bells Are Ringing)
Fable (Victoria Clark, The Light In The Piazza)
Each Tomorrow Morning (Angela Lansbury, Dear World)
We Kiss In A Shadow (Larry Douglas, Doretta Morrow, The King And I)
Happy Talk (Juanita Hall, South Pacific)
Pore Jud Is Daid (Alfred Drake, Howard Da Silva, Oklahoma)
In My Own LIttle Corner (Julie Andrews, Cinderella)
It Might As Well Rain Until September (Jessie Mueller, Beautiful)
Chains (Jessie Mueller, Ensemble, Beautiful)
Some Kind Of Wonderful (Jessie Mueller, Jake Epstein, Beautiful)

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