Cole Porter's The New Yorkers (2017 Encores! Cast Recording) Various Artists - The New Yorkers
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- 2Go into Your Dance02:50
- 3Please Don't Make Me Be Good03:22
- 4The Hot Patata02:26
- 5Where Have You Been03:59
- 6Say It with Gin01:40
- 7Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love02:55
- 8Love for Sale05:04
- 9I'm Getting Myself Ready for You03:39
- 10The Great Indoors03:11
- 11Night and Day03:15
- 13Love for Sale (Reprise)03:07
- 14The Physician03:52
- 15Let's Fly Away03:08
- 16Sing, Sing for Sing Sing01:23
- 17You've Got That Thing02:32
- 18Let's Not Talk About Love03:22
- 19Take Me Back to Manhattan (Pt. 1)02:32
- 20Take Me Back to Manhattan (Pt. 2)02:10
- 21I Happen to Like New York02:35
Info for Cole Porter's The New Yorkers (2017 Encores! Cast Recording)
Bullets fly and bathtub gin flows in Cole Porter’s 1930 Prohibition jape The New Yorkers, a gleefully amoral celebration of speakeasies, gangsters, society dames, and the great city they love. The musical centers on featherbrained socialite Alice Wentworth, whose bootlegger beau leads her on a madcap romp from Park Avenue to Sing Sing and back again. The New Yorkers produced a number of Broadway standards—“I Happen to Like New York,” “Love for Sale”—but much of the original material has been lost, making this Encores! production and cast album the most ambitious musical reconstruction ever!
During socialite Alice Wentworth's fling with bootlegger Al Spanish, she joins in a subterranean escape from the police, visits a bootlegging factory, arranges a raid on a speakeasy she's running out of her home, and masterminds a jailbreak. A character named Jimmy Deegan is on hand to offer musical salutes to money, wood, data, and the Hot Patata; to invent an alcholic tonic called Licquor Lax; to murder his archrival Feet McGeehan four times; and to preside over the wedding of Al and Alice, for which the bridemaids carry bouquets of bombs and the maid-of-honor wields a pistol.
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