CD RECORDINGS

 

Announcing the release of Sammy's 2008
double-CD set -
"SAMMY GOLDSTEIN: SONGS FROM THE MOVIES, BROADWAY & BEYOND!!"

In 2007, Sammy celebrated 30 years as a nightclub entertainer. And, to mark the occasion, he created a collection of songs that represents his years in music and performing.

With this 2-CD set -- including a total of 37 songs and medleys -- Sammy has chosen the songs that he performs every night -- classic Broadway showtunes and songs from the masters of the Great American Songbook (including the Gershwins, Cole Porter and Irving Berlin). He has also included several comedy songs that are audience favorites. And, to make this collection complete, he has reissued seven songs from his 1997 CD and one song from his 2001 CD -- songs that he didn't want to "leave behind." Aside from the reissued songs, however, there are 14 BRAND NEW recordings on "CD #1: The Studio Recordings." On "CD #2: Sammy Live!," Sammy has chosen highlights from various cabaret shows and concerts that he performed over the last four years, focusing mostly on Broadway showstoppers and interspersed with fun-filled stories and ad-lib humor. And, even though the sound on this "live" CD is very ambient, we're sure you'll agree that the excitement of the live performances and audience interaction can't be beat!

"SAMMY GOLDSTEIN: SONGS FROM THE MOVIES, BROADWAY & BEYOND" (released in September, 2008)

"SAMMY GOLDSTEIN: SONGS FROM THE MOVIES, BROADWAY & BEYOND" can be ordered with a credit card via the internet or by telephone.

To order via the internet, go to www.cdbaby.com/cd/sammygoldstein. The 2-CD set is $15.95, plus shipping and handling. You will find complete details about Sammy and his CD on the "CD Baby" website, including sound clips of all the songs.

Or, to order by phone, call Original Cast Records toll free at 1-888-627-3993.

And, enjoy the music!!

Sammy Goldstein: Songs from the Movies, Broadway & Beyond

SONGS, YEARS AND SONGWRITERS

Disc #1: The Studio Recordings:

1. Orange Colored Sky (1950)
(words and music: Milton DeLugg & William Stein)

2. As Time Goes By (1931)
(words and music: Herman Hupfeld)

3. Medley: I Left My Heart in San Francisco (1954)
(words: Douglass Cross, music: George C. Cory, Jr.)
San Francisco (1936)
(words: Gus Kahn, music: Bronislaw Kaper & Walter Jurmann)
California, Here I Come (1924)
(words: Al Jolson & B.G. DeSylva, music: Joseph Meyer)

4. It's a Sin to Tell a Lie (1936)
(words and music: Billy Mayhew)

5. Medley: My Buddy (1922)
(words: Gus Kahn, music: Walter Donaldson)
You'll Never Know (1943)
(words: Mack Gordon, music: Harry Warren)

6. Moon River (1961)
(words: Johnny Mercer, music: Henry Mancini

7. On the Sunny Side of the Street (1930) (recorded on previous CD, but re-recorded for this CD with a 7-piece showband)
(words: Dorothy Fields, music: Jimmy McHugh)

8. Send in the Clowns (1973)
(words and music: Stephen Sondheim)

9. Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) (1928)
(words and music: Cole Porter)

10. The Rose (1979)
(words and music: Amanda Mc Broom)

11. I'm Glad There is You (1941)
(words: Paul Madeira, music: Jimmy Dorsey)

12. Sixteen Tons (1955)
(words and music: Merle Travis)

13. Don't You Hate It (When They Make You Sing Along?) ( 1984) (recorded on previous CD, but re-recorded for this CD with a 7-piece showband)
(words and music: Douglas Bernstein and Denis Markell)

14. My Dad (1982)
(words and music: Dale Gonyea)

15. Someone to Watch Over Me (1926)
(words: Ira Gershwin, music: George Gershwin)

16. Cuando Calienta El Sol (Love Me With All Your Heart) (1963)
(words and music: Carlos Rigual, Mario Fausto Rigual, Carlos Alberto Martinoli; English lyric: Sunny Skylar)

17. Pink Fish (1978) (recorded on previous CD, but re-recorded for this CD with a 7-piece showband)
(words and music: Alan Menken)

18. New York, New York (parody) (1977)
(original words: Fred Ebb, parody words: Dale Gonyea, music: John Kander)

19. Pieces of Dreams (1970)
(words: Marilyn & Alan Bergman, music: Michel Legrand)

20. I Have This Friend (1992)
(words and music: Wayne Moore)

21. Medley: A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes (1948)
(words and music: Mack David, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston)
When You Wish Upon a Star (1940)
(words: Ned Washington, music: Leigh Harline)

22. Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (1931)
(words: Ted Koehler, music: Harold Arlen)


Disc #2: Sammy Live!:

1. Opening Patter / Medley: 42nd Street (1932) / Lullaby of Broadway (1935)
(words: Al Dubin, music: Harry Warren)

2. Cabaret (1966)
(words: Fred Ebb, music: John Kander)

3. "Phantom of the Opera" Medley (1986)
(words: Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe, music: Andrew Lloyd Webber)

4. Comedy Patter

5. If I Were a Rich Man (1964)
(words: Sheldon Harnick, music: Jerry Bock)

6. Memory (1981)
(words: Trevor Nunn after T.S. Eliot, music: Andrew Lloyd Webber)

7. "Oklahoma" Medley (1943)
(words: Oscar Hammerstein II, music: Richard Rodgers)

8. Comedy Patter

9. Tomorrow (1977)
(words: Martin Charnin, music: Charles Strouse)

10. "Irving Berlin" Medley: Cheek to Cheek (1935) / Change Partners (1937) / Steppin' Out With My Baby (1947)
(words and music: Irving Berlin)

11. Comedy Patter

12. Bring Him Home (1986)
(words: Herbert Kreztmer & Alain Boublil, music: Claude-Michel Schonberg)

13. The Scotsman
(words, music and year: Unknown)

14. Don't You Hate It (When They Make You Sing Along?) (reprise) (1984)
(words and music: Douglas Bernstein and Denis Markell)

15. "Old Fashioned Sing-Along" Medley:

  • You Made Me Love You (1913) words: Joseph McCarthy, music: Jimmy Monaco
  • Shine On, Harvest Moon (1908) words: Nora Bayes, music: Jack Norworth
  • For Me and My Gal (1917) words: Edgar Leslie & E. Ray Goetz, music: George W. Meyer
  • Bye, Bye Blackbird (1926) words: Mort Dixon, music: Ray Henderson
  • Side by Side (1927) words & music: Harry M. Woods
  • I Don't Know Why (I Just Do) (1931) words: Roy Turk, music: Fred E. Ahlert
  • Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1910) words & music: Beth Slater Whitson & Leo Friedman
  • Heart of my Heart (1926) words & music: Ben Ryan
  • Mairzy Doats (1944) words & music: Milton Drake, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston
  • Ain't She Sweet (1927) words: Jack Yellen, music: Milton Ager
  • Goodnight, Irene (1950) words & music: Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter
  • I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover (1927) words: Mort Dixon, music: Harry Woods
  • Beer Barrel Polka (1939) words: Lew Brown, music: Jaromir Vejvoda

16. My Way (1969)
(words: Paul Anka, music: Jacques Revaux & Claude Francois)

17. Those Were the Days (1968)
(words and music: Gene Raskin)



"SO FAR IT'S WONDERFUL" (released in 2001)

"SO FAR IT'S WONDERFUL" can be ordered digitally with a credit card via the internet. This recording is available as an "MP3 digital download" only...either the complete CD or individual tracks.

To order, go to www.cdbaby.com/cd/sammygoldstein3. The complete digital CD (MP3) is $9.99. The individual digital tracks (MP3) are $.99 each. You will find complete details about Sammy and his CD on the "CD Baby" website, including sound clips of all the songs.

These digital recordings are also available at: Apple iTunes, 24/7, Amazon MP3 and Google Music Store.

SONGS, YEARS AND SONGWRITERS

1. This Life (1978)
(words and music: Portia Nelson)

2. Two For The Road (1967)
(words: Leslie Bricusse, music: Henry Mancini)

3. Monologue/That's What I Like 'bout The South (1933)
(words and music: Andy Razaf)

4. Pink Fish (1978)
(words and music: Alan Menken)

5. Disneyland (1986)
(words: Howard Ashman, music: Marvin Hamlisch)

6. Medley: Coffee In A Cardboard Cup (1971)
(words: Fred Ebb, music: John Kander)
Frazzled (1985)
(words and music: Dale Gonyea)

7. On The Sunny Side Of The Street (1930)
(words: Dorothy Fields, music: Jimmy McHugh)

8. John And Fred (1995)
(words and music: Dale Gonyea)

9. I'll Take L.A. (1985)
(words and music: Dale Gonyea)

10. Autobiography In Five Short Chapters (1978)
(words and music: Portia Nelson)

11. Only A Dream (1992)
(words and music: Mary-Chapin Carpenter)

12. Pieces Of Dreams (1970)
(words: Marilyn & Alan Bergman, music: Michel Legrand)

13. An Old-Fashioned Song (1984)
(words and music: Douglas Bernstein and Denis Markell)

14. Don't Pull The Shade (1983)
(words and music: Dale Gonyea)

 


"I'M GLAD THERE IS YOU" (released in 1997)

"I'M GLAD THERE IS YOU" can be ordered digitally with a credit card via the internet. This recording is available as an "MP3 digital download" only...either the complete CD or individual tracks.

To order, go to www.cdbaby.com/cd/sammygoldstein2. The complete digital CD (MP3) is $9.99. The individual digital tracks (MP3) are $.99 each. You will find complete details about Sammy and his CD on the "CD Baby" website, including sound clips of all the songs.

These digital recordings are also available at: Apple iTunes, 24/7, Amazon MP3 and Google Music Store.

SONGS, YEARS AND SONGWRITERS

1. I'm Glad There Is You (1941)
(words: Paul Madeira, music: Jimmy Dorsey)

2. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea (1931)
(words: Ted Koehler, music: Harold Arlen)

3. Medley: Ten Minutes Ago/Do I Love You Because You're Beautiful? (1957)
(words: Oscar Hammerstein II, music: Richard Rodgers)

4. At The Pound (1991)
(words and music: Babbie Green)

5. Good Thing She Can't Read My Mind (1988)
(words and music: Christine Lavin)

6. In A Simple Way I Love You (1978)
(words: Gretchen Cryer, music: Nancy Ford)

7. The Begat (1946)
(words: E.Y. Harburg, music: Burton Lane)

8. Medley: My Buddy (1922)
(words: Gus Kahn, music: Walter Donaldson)
You'll Never Know (1943)
(words: Mack Gordon, music: Harry Warren)

9. Kiss Her Now (1968)
(words and music: Jerry Herman)

10. I Have This Friend (1992)
(words and music: Wayne Moore)

11. Just The Way You Are (1950)
(words and music: Ralph Freed)

12. Just For Today (1968)
(words and music: Ervin Drake)

13. My Dad (1982)
(words and music: Dale Gonyea)

14. It's A Sin To Tell A Lie (1936)
(words and music: Billy Mayhew)

15. Listen To My Heart (1990)
(words and music: David Friedman)

16. Medley: A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes (1948)
(words and music: Mack David, Al Hoffman & Jerry Livingston)
When You Wish Upon A Star (1940)
(words: Ned Washington, music: Leigh Harline)