Jan 26: BROADWAY RECORDS to relase CD album “Hamlisch Uncovered” — (Digital is available now!) Details!

New York, NY. Broadway Records  CD & Digital Release: “Hamlisch Uncovered

Dec. 15, 2017: Digital Release.   Jan 26, 2018: Physical Release. (CD)

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Hamlisch Uncovered (CD & Digital release by broadwayecords.com

HAMLISCH UNCOVERED — The Music of Composer Marvin Hamlisch. CD & Digital release by broadwayrecords.com

Broadway Records Released: “HAMLISCH UNCOVERED” — (Selections from  Composer Marvin Hamlisch’s Body of Work not yet recorded)

Press release by Broadway Records: (Grammy Winning record label dedicated to theatre music)

When Marvin Hamlisch passed away in 2012, he left behind a number of scores that didn’t go into the recordidng studio.

With “Hamlisch Uncovered, Chip M. Fabrizi and frequent Hamlisch collaborator Craig Carnelia unleash a treasure trove of unrecorded songs, including songs from the original version of “Smile” (Lyrics by Carolyn Leigh), “Ballroom” (Lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman), his final musical “The Nutty Professor” (Lyrics by Rupert Holmes) and several songs from his scores with Craig Carnelia: Imaginary Friends, Bullets Over Broadway and Sweet Smell of Success.

Featuring a bevy of Broadway luminaries including Kelli O’Hara, Randy Graff, Tony Sheldon, Hayden Tee, Nancy Opel, Leah Horowitz, Marissa McGowan, Lisa Brescia, cabaret stars Klea Blackhurst and Steven Brinberg, alongside several new voices, this is a must-have album for every musical theatre lover.

Digital release: Now Available! (released December 15, 2017)
Physical Release (CD) : January 26 ‚2018

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