BYU Young Ambassadors
Created for the BYU Young Ambassadors' 2000-2001 season and triumphant return tour of Japan, where the group first toured 30 years before, Curtain Time has been loved by audiences and praised by critics worldwide. Affectionately named after an early tour in the Janie Thompson years, Curtain Time features musical scrapbook pages from 30 years of BYU Young Ambassadors tours, and includes digital restorations of instrumental tracks that have been commissioned and recorded since around 1982, with new mixes and all new vocals by the current cast. Sixteen pages of text and stunning photographs chronicle the Young Ambassadors' exciting history and this extra-strong cast pulls out all the stops as they deliver their favorite music and production numbers. Definitely a BYU collector's item.
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1. There's No Business Like Show Business
2. Ma, He's Makin' Eyes at Me
Sidney Clare and Con Conrad
3. Clap Hands! Here Comes Charley!
Billy Rose, Ballard Macdonald, and Joseph Meyer
Sammy Cahn and Saul Chaplin
5. Blee Blip
Thomas "Fats" Waller and Philip Giordano
6. It Don't Mean a Thing
Irving Mills and Duke Ellington
7. Chiquita Banana
Leonard MacKenzie, Garth Montgomery, and William Wirges
8. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Don Raye and Hughie Prince
9. Surfer Girl
10. She's Out of My Life
Robi Rosa, KC Porter and Luis Gomez
12. On Broadway
Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Lieber, and Mike Stoller
T.S. Elliott, Andrew Lloyd Webber, and Trevor Nunn
14. Mama Will Provide
Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens
Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Soundheim
16. River in The Rain
17. Muddy Water
18. Only You
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Richard Stilgoe
19. Mountain Music
Teri di Sario and Bill Purse
21. Breeze Among The Branches
22. Light on a Distant Hill
Produced by Ron Simpson
Engineered and mixed by Cliff Maag at Record Lab Studio, Provo, Utah
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