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Keys: The Music of Scott Alan

by Scott Alan

The follow up to the successful 'Dreaming Wide Awake,' featuring some of today's brightest Broadway and West End Stars, including Sutton Foster, Julia Murney, Randy Graff, Norm Lewis, Kerry Ellis and More .
Genre: Easy Listening: Musicals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It's Good to See You Again (feat. Marcus Paul James)
3:23 $0.99
2. West (feat. Julia Murney)
3:06 $0.99
3. Blessing (feat. Tituss Burgess and Jenn Colella)
4:06 $0.99
4. And There It Is (feat. Lisa Brescia)
3:13 $0.99
5. The Dress (feat. Randy Graff)
2:42 $0.99
6. This Time (feat. Heidi Blickenstaff)
3:31 $0.99
7. Behind These Walls (feat. Kerry Ellis)
3:46 $0.99
8. How Did I End Up Here ? (feat. Norm Lewis)
2:38 $0.99
9. His Name (feat. Kate Wetherhead)
2:54 $0.99
10. The Dance (feat. Megan Hilty)
4:23 $0.99
11. Again (feat. Hadley Fraser)
4:34 $0.99
12. The Distance You Have Come (feat. Natalie Weiss and The Monday N
4:24 $0.99
13. Always (feat. Sutton Foster)
3:17 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Scott Alan's follow up to his Internationally successful CD, 'Dreaming Wide Awake,' with his latest anthology of music, 'Keys,' featuring some of today' brightest Broadway and West End's stars singing the music and lyrics of Scott Alan.

It's Good to See You Again - Sung by Marcus Paul James
West - Sung by Julia Murney
Blessing - Sung by Tituss Burgess and Jenn Colella
And There it Is - Sung by Lisa Brescia
The Dress - Sung by Randy Graff
This Time - Sung by Heidi Blickenstaff
Behind These Walls - Sung by Kerry Ellis
How Did I End Up Here ? - Sung by Norm Lewis
His Name - Sung by Kate Wetherhead
The Dance - Sung by Megan Hilty
Again - Sung by Hadley Fraser
The Distance You Have Come - Sung by Natalie Weiss featuring the 'Monday Nights, New Voices' Choir
Always - Sung by Sutton Foster

Album Producer: Scott Alan
Engineer: Paul Vazquez
Orchestrations and Arrangements by:
James Abbott, Barbara Anselmi, Sam Davis, Tom Kitt and Jesse Vargas

Violin: Matthew Lehmann
Cello: Mairi Dorman-Phaneuf
Viola: David Gold
Trumpet: Elaine Burt
Trombone: Charles Gordon
French Horn: Patrick Pridemore and Jill Beckish
Reeds: Marc Phaneuf
Bass Clarinet and Bassoon: Mark Thrasher
Oboe: David Young
Harp: Ruth Bennett
Guitar: Jake Ezra-Schwartz and Sean Driscoll
Bass Steve Gilewski
Drums: Sean McDaniel and Billy Miller


"Alan's attractive songs are filled with interesting ideas and often soaring emotions; in song after song, the composer/lyricist develops self-contained personal dramas ... As on his debut album, Mr. Alan is well represented by his friends ... All of whom help to make "Keys" a worthy successor to "Dreaming Wide Awake," and one which serves to further enhance the notion that Mr. Alan is someone to keep our eyes, and ears, on."

-Steven Suskin,'s 'On the Record'



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Erin Millar

I absolutely love this CD! Scott Alan NEVER disappoints, that's for sure. All the songs are incredibly meaningful and are sung by some amazing artists (personal favorites are Julia Murney, Natalie Weiss, Heidi Blickenstaff, Hadley Fraser, and many others). I highly, highly recommend this album.

Stephen Jones

Fabulous CD!!!
I love everything Scott writes! He always get's the best artist to perform his songs also!! It's a must have!!

Emily Lord-Schlereth

Fantastic album! I purchased the album because of the Kerry Ellis song, but I am so happy that my admiration of Ellis's voice has intruduced me to such a talented artist as Scott Alan! Excellent, and all the vocals on the album are also beautiful.

Lluis Domenech

Keys is the first Scott CD I bougth, but it is sure that it will not be the last one.

Cajsa Lof

Swedish Girl loves <33
I'm leaving for Spain in two days and I got simply crazed when I say the CD was up for purchase :D Bought it. Downloaded the mp3s and I'm listening to it right now and my vacation is saved!! Currently stuck listening to Kerry Ellis <33 but Julia Murney and Megan Hilty are next ;)

I really like this CD! The songs kinda have a wintery, blue feeling about them. Love it! I really like 'Behind These Walls', 'West' and 'Blessing'... love 'em all :D

Morgan Allen

Love at first listen?
I originally bought this cd because it is the only cd, as of now, that Natalie Weiss is on. I saw that Sutton Foster (my other love) was on there so I HAD to get it! LOVE IT! Every song is wonderfully written and the melodies are gorgeous! "Distance You Have Come" is truly inspirational and I spread it to anyone who will listen. Couldn't see this cd getting anything LESS than 5 stars! :D LOVE IT!

Carrie Myers

Yet another...
...outstanding album from an outstanding composer and highly talented musicians. This music is not just good, it has heart and meaning and it is a privilege to listen to (and sing...thank you, Mr. Alan, for publishing your sheet music). As always, looking forward to the next one.

Andre Skibniewski

Fantastic music!
Great voices, relaxing, nostalgic and simply beautiful...

Eric Sertic

I absolutely LOVE Dreaming wide awake, and was highly anticipating the day Scott Alan's newest album would arrive at my doorstep. And while all of the artists he got are phenomenal, and the songs he wrote are good there is just something missing on this album that was present in the last one. I have tried and tried to put my finger on what it is, and I think this album just lacks the heart that was so prevalent in the last one. That being said it still is a pretty good album.

Emily Savidge

This is even better than I could have imagined. Dreaming Wide Awake is hard to live up to but Keys is pretty much perfect. Favorites include And There It Is (Lisa Brescia is perfect for this song), West (it's about time she ended up on a Scott Alan CD), The Distance You Have Come (<3 Natalie and the New Voices choir) and This Time, which was my favorite of the 'new' songs.
"Leapin' Lizards"... buy this CD. It's worth it.
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