Nancy Stearns | Sing Me A Song With Social Significance ... Or Not

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Sing Me A Song With Social Significance ... Or Not

by Nancy Stearns

An unusual collection of material from songwriters of the Great American Songbook, American musical theatre, jazz and folk traditions that reflects, with personal commitment and humor, recent American social history.
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Sing Me A Song With Social Significance
2:48 album only
2. Slumming On Park Avenue
2:33 album only
3. Stop And See Me
3:10 album only
4. Brother Can You Spare A Dime
2:09 album only
5. Rosie The Riveter
2:19 album only
6. Mothers, Daughters, Wives
3:49 album only
7. Professor Hauptman's Performing Dogs
4:27 album only
8. The Silent Spring
1:57 album only
9. Look Around
3:11 album only
10. Spring Spring Spring
3:23 album only
11. Doing The Reactionary
1:50 album only
12. Take Care Of This House
1:21 album only
13. The Ostrich
2:23 album only
14. When I'm Gone
3:36 album only
15. You've Got To Be Carefully Taught/Children Will Listen
3:01 album only
16. Everything Possible
3:35 album only
17. If You Really Are Concerned Then Show It
4:11 album only


Album Notes
This CD is based on a cabaret show that Nancy Stearns performed at Don’t Tell Mama in 2006 with her music director, Gregory Toroian. On the CD they are joined by David Finck, on bass.

A regular on the New York City cabaret circuit since 2001, Nancy has done a variety of theme shows with Gregory Toroian as music director. In addition to her yearly shows at Don't Tell Mama, Nancy has performed at Rose’s Turn and The Encore in New York, and at Il Chiostro in Italy!

In the work-a-day world, Nancy is a lawyer –her public interest
career has included many years of constitutional and environmental

Nancy is also the administrator for Helen Baldassare’s Cabaret
Performance Workshop.

Andy Propst of has said of this CD:
Stearns has a true cabaret performers' flair, and you'll find that she uses her distinctive voice to give additional character to each of these songs



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