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Album Release Date:
 September 30, 2008


what the critics are saying
 


“One of the smartest and most delightful Broadway salutes ever crafted!”
–Jazz Times


“I had a smile on my face ten seconds into John's CD. Bravo!”
–Marc Shaiman


“John's love of Broadway, pop, folk and jazz shines through.”
–Bill Charlap


“I never thought show tunes could sound so fresh, new and invigorating!”
–Paul Shaffer

 

 


John Miller
Stage Door Johnny
John Miller Takes on Broadway


Everyone on Broadway knows John Miller as the theatre's preeminent music contractor, as well as one of New York's busiest freelance bass players. But even though he snared a Drama Desk Award back in 1977 for his appearance in I Love My Wife, few know him as a singer. STAGE DOOR JOHNNY: JOHN MILLER TAKES ON BROADWAY is so free and easy, so funny and engaging that it constantly reveals new delights with each rehearing. "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" becomes as new and fresh and heartfelt as if it were written just yesterday; "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" is reincarnated from a '50s show tune into the kind of personal ballad that could have been created by great troubadours like James Taylor or Carole King. A spontaneous, instinctual musician, John Miller has created an album that's witty, sincere and surprisingly affecting.

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track listing
 
  1. Why Can't You Behave?
  2. Wouldn't It Be Loverly?
  3. Hey There
  4. Old Man River
  5. I Won't Grow Up
  6. Fugue for Tinhorns
  7. Real Live Girl
  8. I Can't Say No
  9. Hernando's Hideaway
  10. We Kiss in a Shadow
  11. Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'
  12. Secret Love


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