42nd Street Moon Cast Recordings and CDs
$15.00 + S&H
The First Rose of Summer
We are pleased to present 24 rare songs from Jerome Kern’s early career, 1912 – 1926. Over half of these songs have never been recorded before, and many more are appearing on CD for the first time. Included are treats from Princess Theatre shows like Oh, Lady! Lady!! and Oh, Boy!, as well as the unusual She’s a Good Fellow, Dear Sir, The Stepping Stones, and hits like Sunny and Sally. Songs include “Semiramis,” “It’s a Hard, Hard World,” “Flubby-Dub the Caveman,” “Because You Love the Singer,” “Wonderful Dad,” and “When We Get Our Divorce.” The highlight of the CD is five songs from 42nd Street Moon’s 2004 American premiere production of the Kern/Wodehouse London hit The Cabaret Girl, performed by the Moon cast and orchestra.
$15.00 + S&H
Something for the Boys
Meg Mackay and Lesley Hamilton are featured in Ethel Merman and Paula Laurence’s original roles in this complete cast recording of Cole Porter’s 1943 hit. Accompanied by double-piano, the songs include “He’s a Right Guy,” “The Leader of a Big-Time Band,” “By the Mississinewah,” “When We’re Home on the Range,” and “Hey, Good Lookin’.” Reviewer John Kenrick of the website musicals101.com said in his review of the CD, “If this is what they get on a regular basis in San Francisco, maybe it's time for this native New Yorker to consider relocating. If musical comedy is your thing, the new Something for the Boys is a must-get CD!”
$25.00 + S&H
Rose and Boys Combo Pack
Who wants to choose between two great American composers? Take home both Jerome Kern and Cole Porter and save $5. With over 44 songs and nearly two hours of music between them, these two CDs will bring you much joy and merriment!
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Leave It to Me
Currently Out of Print
The original cast recording of 42nd Street Moon’s 2001 presentation of the Cole Porter hit which introduced “My Heart Belongs to Daddy,” “Get Out of Town,” “Tomorrow,” and “Most Gentlemen Don’t Like Love.” Enjoy these old favorites and undiscovered gems like “I’m Taking the Steps to Russia,” and “I Wanna Go Home.” Featuring the 42nd Street Moon cast and orchestra.