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Junk (Original Cast Recording)

by Various Artists

A play about a yard sale and a mermaid.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Everything Must Go
Carol Anne Hartman
1:42 $0.99
2. Treasure Hunters
Connie Bools, Carol Anne Hartman & Joni Coppinger
1:46 $0.99
3. Crystal's Ball
Daniel Breuer & Shannon Underwood
2:27 $0.99
4. Fish in That There Sea / Lifeguard
Bill Boyd
1:40 $0.99
5. Dwight's Plight
Daniel Breuer & Carol Anne Hartman
2:03 $0.99
6. Never Forever
Carol Anne Hartman
3:29 $0.99
7. Crystal Lite
Daniel Breuer & Shannon Underwood
1:35 $0.99
8. La La La
Daniel Breuer & Shannon Underwood
2:24 $0.99
9. Fish in That There Sea (Reprise)
Grace Bollinger, Connie Bools, Shannon Underwood, Joni Coppinger, Daniel Breuer, Bill Boyd, Nathan Crabtree & Carol Anne Hartman
1:26 $0.99
10. The Extra
Grace Bollinger, Shannon Underwood, Connie Bools, Bill Boyd, Daniel Breuer, Anne Elliot, Joni Coppinger, Carol Anne Hartman & Nathan Crabtree
3:20 $0.99
11. Bite You
Daniel Breuer & Carol Anne Hartman
3:00 $0.99
12. Begin Again / Mermaid
Grace Bollinger & Carol Anne Hartman
3:06 $0.99
13. Finally
Grace Bollinger, Connie Bools, Joni Coppinger, Shannon Underwood, Bill Boyd, Nathan Crabtree, Carol Anne Hartman & Daniel Breuer
3:54 $0.99
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Album Notes
Original Release Date – August 9, 2015

A play about a yard sale and a mermaid.

Junk (Original Cast Recording)
A Bass~Hartman Musical

1. Everything Must Go (1:42) 2. Treasure Hunters (1:45) 3. Crystal’s Ball (2:27) 4. Fish in That There Sea – Lifeguard (1:40) 5. Dwight’s Plight (2:02) 6. Never Forever (3:28) 7. Crystal Lite (1:35) 8. La La La (2:24) 9. Fish in That There Sea (Reprise) [1:26] 10. The Extra (3:19) 11. Bite You (3:00) 12. Begin Again (3:06) 13. Finally (3:53)

Featuring Grace Bollinger, Connie Bools, Joni Coppinger, Bill Boyd, Daniel Breuer, Nathan Crabtree, Anne Elliot, Carol Anne Hartman and Shannon Underwood

Musicians – Winds: Steven Foster | Piano: Jeff Hartman | Bass: Charlton Seaver

Words and Music by Molly Bass and Jeff Hartman
Arrangements by Jeff Hartman

Produced by Butterfly Moo and Plastic Moon
Engineered by Chris Garges, Old House Studio
Mixed by Jeff Hartman, Hickory Arts
Mastered by Dave Harris, Studio B Mastering
Art by John David Brown III

For Charles

Butterfly Moo | Plastic Moon © 2015. All rights reserved.

This is a story about a yard sale, a mermaid and the lives of the people around it, both sellers and buyers. Karissa is holding a sale to get rid of some excess baggage—including the “junk” left behind by her ex-boyfriend, Dwight. Things get kinda’ complicated when he shows up to the sale unknowingly with his new girlfriend. A trio of veteran "pickers" add to the fun. This is the premiere of a new musical from the minds of Molly Bass and Jeff Hartman.

“The spark for ‘Junk’ came from a passage in the book, ‘The Mermaid Chair,’ by Sue Monk Kidd,” Bass says. Molly Bass is “Junk’s” playwright. “She describes a painting of a mermaid diving to the bottom of the ocean with different objects streaming off of her—a spatula, refrigerator magnets, apple peels, etc. So my mind jumped to—’what if a mermaid had a yard sale?’ That description also led me to think about cleansing, baptism, renewal. Then ‘Karissa,’ the main character of ‘Junk,’ was born!”



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