Ah, Men! The Boys of Broadway

Ah, Men! The Boys of Broadway

by Betty Buckley


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Product Details

Release Date: 08/28/2012
Label: Palmetto Records
UPC: 0753957215828
catalogNumber: 21582
Rank: 105450

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Betty Buckley   Primary Artist,Vocals
Peter Barshay   Bass
Matt Betton   Drums
Christian Jacob   Piano

Technical Credits

Leonard Bernstein   Composer
Stephen Sondheim   Composer,Lyricist
Irving Berlin   Composer,Lyricist
Jimmy McHugh   Composer,Lyricist
Betty Buckley   Producer
William Finn   Composer,Lyricist
Jerry Herman   Composer,Lyricist
Jerome Kern   Composer
Frank Loesser   Composer,Lyricist
Jerry Ross   Composer,Lyricist
Richard Adler   Composer,Lyricist
John Boone   Session Photographer
Dorothy Fields   Composer,Lyricist
Oscar Hammerstein   Composer,Lyricist
Otto Harbach   Composer,Lyricist
Christian Jacob   Arranger
Burton Lane   Composer
Alan Jay Lerner   Composer,Lyricist
Harvey Schmidt   Composer
Carol Bobolts   Graphic Design
Eric Stern   Arranger,Music Adaptations
Stephen Schwartz   Composer,Lyricist
Tom Jones   Composer,Lyricist
Kyle Ford   Engineer
Myriam Santos   Cover Photo
Betty Lynn Buckley   Liner Notes
Eric Kornfeld   Composer,Lyricist,Concept

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Ah, Men! The Boys of Broadway 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As Betty tells the story, for many years she has wanted to sing some of the great Broadway songs that are included on Ah Men! The Boys of Broadway. They were all written for men to sing in the various great shows that she, and so many Broadway fans, have always loved. This was originally a collection of songs for a show that Betty and her collaborators, Christian Jacob, Eric Stern and Eric Kornfeld created for Feinstein’s at the Loews Regency in New York City. Betty presented this show at Feinstein’s in October of last year and Stephen Holden of the NY Times gave the show a 5 star review. He even returned on another night of the month long engagement to see it again, just for pleasure.