In 1979 Geraldine Fitzgerald (1913-2005), the legendary Broadway and Hollywood star, did something she had never done before: she began singing in her own cabaret act-Streetsongs-and the New York critics raved. Wrote Rex Reed: "Leaves audiences screaming with applause." Her cabaret led to a PBS special, a long run at New York's Roundabout Theatre, an evening at the White House for President Jimmy Carter, and a tour to Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The present release features the original cast of Streetsongs.
In 1979 Geraldine Fitzgerald (1913-2005), the legendary Broadway and Hollywood star, did something she had never done before: she began singing in her own cabaret act-Streetsongs-and the New York critics raved. Wrote Rex Reed: "Leaves audiences screaming with applause." Her cabaret led to a PBS special, a long run at New York's Roundabout Theatre, an evening at the White House for President Jimmy Carter, and a tour to Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The present release features the original cast of Streetsongs.
632433360620

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Format: Vinyl
Label: HARBINGER
Rel. Date: 07/24/2020
UPC: 632433360620

Streetsongs
Artist: Fitzgerald
Format: Vinyl
New: Available 17.99
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DISC: 1

1. Opening Theme / Underneath the Arches / "Forget Me Not" Lane (Live)
2. Danny Boy (Live)
3. The Poor People of Paris (Live)
4. She's Leaving Home / Swanee (From "Sinbad") [Live]
5. Kerry Dance (Live)
6. Phil the Fluter's Ball (Live)
7. Four Green Fields (Live)
8. Lily of Laguna (Live)
9. Carrickfergus (Live) 1
10. The Famous Pig Song / Saturday Night at the Rose ; Crown (From "The Girl Who Came to Supper") [Live] 1
11. Underneath the Street Songs: Who's This Geezer, Hitler? / Smile (From "Modern Times") / Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Ba
12. Excerpts from Bill Rudman's 1983 Radio Interview (Live)

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In 1979 Geraldine Fitzgerald (1913-2005), the legendary Broadway and Hollywood star, did something she had never done before: she began singing in her own cabaret act-Streetsongs-and the New York critics raved. Wrote Rex Reed: "Leaves audiences screaming with applause." Her cabaret led to a PBS special, a long run at New York's Roundabout Theatre, an evening at the White House for President Jimmy Carter, and a tour to Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The present release features the original cast of Streetsongs.