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Keys: The Music of Scott Alan - Special Edition

by Various Artists

The follow up to the successful 'Dreaming Wide Awake,' featuring some of today's brightest Broadway and West End Stars, including Sutton Foster, Caissie Levy, Julia Murney, Randy Graff, Norm Lewis, Kerry Ellis and More. Now featuring six Karaoke Tracks .
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  Song Share Time Download
1. It's Good to See You Again
Marcus Paul James
3:23 album only
2. West
Julia Murney
3:06 album only
3. Blessing
Tituss Burgess and Jenn Colella
4:06 album only
4. And There it Is
Lisa Brescia
3:13 album only
5. The Dress
Randy Graff
2:42 album only
6. This Time
Heidi Blickenstaff
3:31 album only
7. Behind These Walls
Kerry Ellis
3:46 album only
8. How Did I End Up Here ?
Norm Lewis
2:38 album only
9. His Name
Kate Wetherhead
2:54 album only
10. The Dance
Megan Hilty
4:23 album only
11. Again
Hadley Fraser
4:34 album only
12. The Distance You Have Come
Natalie Weiss
4:24 album only
13. Always
Sutton Foster
3:18 album only
14. Please Don't Let Me Go
Caissie Levy
3:35 album only
15. Nothing More
Scott Alan
3:21 album only
16. West (Backing Track Only)
Scott Alan
3:09 album only
17. Blessing (Backing Track Only)
Scott Alan
4:08 album only
18. And There it Is (Backing Track Only)
Scott Alan
3:13 album only
19. Behind These Walls (Backing Track Only)
Scott Alan
3:45 album only
20. Again (Backing Track Only)
Scott Alan
4:44 album only
21. The Distance You Have Come (Backing Track Only featuring Choir)
Scott Alan
4:19 album only
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


Please Dont Let Me Go - Sung by Caissie Levy
Nothing More - Sung by Scott Alan
West - Backing Track Only
Blessing - Backing Track Only
And There it Is - Backing Track Only
Behind These Walls - Backing Track Only
Again - Backing Track Only
The Distance You Have Come - Backing Track and Backing Vocals Only

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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