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Track Listing

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1As Time Goes By (Herman Hupfeld)2:23
2I'm Old Fashioned (Jerome Kern / Johnny Mercer)1:23
3Somewhere That's Green (Alan Menkin / Johnny Mercer)2:06
4Someone Is Waiting (Stephen Sondheim)2:18
5Something's Coming (Leonard Bernstein / Stephen Sondheim)2:21
6Multitudes of Amys (Stephen Sondheim)2:33
7Jitterbug Waltz (Thomas “Fats” Waller / Richard Maltby Jr.)3:46
8So Many People (Stephen Sondheim)2:26
9Good Thing Going (Stephen Sondheim)1:37
10Taxi (Harry Chapin)6:01
11I Dreamed a Dream (Claude-Michel Schonberg / Herbert Kretzmer)2:50
12I Wish I Knew (Harry Warren / Mack Gordon)116
13The Road You Didn't Take (Stephen Sondheim)2:17
14Where or When (Richard Rogers / Lorenz Hart)2:05
15Always (Irving Berlin)3:15
16How Are Things in Glocca Morra? (Burton Lane / E.Y. Harburg)2:13
17Bring Him Home (Claude-Michel Schonberg / Herbert Kretzmer)3:09
18Experiment (Cole Porter)1:36

News & Reviews

  • Watch: Audra McDonald, Mandy Patinkin Perform at Colbert Report "Wedding of the Century"

    Audra McDonald and Mandy Patinkin were special guests on The Colbert Report, as the show threw what it humbly dubbed the "Wedding of the Century." Host Stephen Colbert officiated an on-air wedding ceremony for a couple whose wedding plans were thwarted by the US government shutdown. To help celebrate the newlyweds, Patinkin offered a non-denominational Jewish blessing and McDonald sang Billy Idol's "White Wedding" for the couple's first dance. Watch it here. Audra McDonald was due to perform at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC, this week, but the concert was canceled due to the government shutdown and will be rescheduled.

  • Watch: Mandy Patinkin, Stephen Colbert, Michael Stipe Sing "Good King Wenceslas" on "The Colbert Report"

    Mandy Patinkin continued the holiday sing-along at The Colbert Report when he joined Stephen Colbert and REM's Michael Stipe to sing the traditional carol "Good King Wenceslas" on Comedy Central last night. Watch the performance here. The trio performance closed out an episode of the show in which Patinkin and Colbert engaged in a spirited discussion of his role as Saul Berenson on the hit Showtime series Homeland and much more. It also follows the previous night's duet between Colbert and Audra McDonald on "Baby It's Cold Outside."

About this Album

The CD of this album is available to purchase at ArkivMusic.

Tony Award–winning actor/singer Mandy Patinkin employs Broadway classics to create an album-length suite about the life-long arc of a relationship. Patinkin, notes the New York Times, "incorporates a song into his being and then releases it in an emotional eruption fraught with tension and personal catharsis."

Credits

MUSICIANS
Mandy Patinkin, voice
Eric Stern, conductor
Paul Ford, piano
with
Joyce Hammann, concertmaster
Sanford Allen, Ann Labin, Charlie Libove, Katherine Livolsi-Stern, David Nadien, Laura Seaton, Max Ellen, Belinda Whitney-Barratt, Richard Henrickson, Mineko Yajima, violin
Alfred Brown, Olivia Koppell, viola
Richard Locker, Jesse Levy, cello
John Beal, bass
Harvey Estrin, Lawrence Feldman, Robert Steen, reeds and woodwinds
Peter Gordon, French horn
John Miller, electric bass
Ronald Zito, drums
Scott Kuney, guitar
Susan Jolles, harp
Joseph Passaro, percussion
Ken Bichel, synthesizer

PRODUCTION CREDITS

Produced by John McClure
Recorded April 1993 at The Hit Factory, New York City
Recording Engineer: Tom Lazarus
Assistant Engineers: Brian Vibberts and Neil Perry
Audio Assistant: Susan Presson
Editing Engineer: Paul Zinman
Mixed at Manhattan Center, New York City
Assistant Engineers: Roy Clark, Richard Clarke

Orchestrations by Danny Troob; arrangements by Paul Ford.

Design by James Victore
Cover photograph by Joel Meyerowitz

Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

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