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Original Apollo Theater Cast Recording - George C. Wolfe's Harlem Song (Original Apollo Theater Cast Recording) album mp3
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    Original Apollo Theater Cast Recording
  • Title:
    George C. Wolfe's Harlem Song (Original Apollo Theater Cast Recording)
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    Show/Musical,Cast Recordings,Show Tunes
  • Date of release:
    October 15, 2002
  • Duration:
    01:09:27
  • Recording location:
    Richt Track Studios, New York, NY
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    1987 megabytes
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    1659 megabytes
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The neo-classical theater known today as the Apollo Theater was designed by George Keister and first owned by Sidney Cohen. In 1914, Benjamin Hurtig and Harry Seamon obtained a thirty-year lease on the newly constructed theater calling it Hurtig and Seamon’s New Burlesque Theater. Like many American theaters during this time, African-Americans were not allowed to attend as patrons or to perform. Under Sutton’s ownership, the Theater was equipped with a recording and television studio. In 1983, the Apollo received state and city landmark status and in 1991, Apollo Theater Foundation, In. was established as a private, not-for-profit organization to manage, fund and oversee programming for the Apollo Theater. In 2002, George C. Wolfe’s new musical Harlem Song opens to enthusiastic. The Theater hosts its inaugural Spring Benefit Gala in 2005 with a special tribute Ossie Davis.

A cast recording is a recording of a stage musical that is intended to document the songs as they were performed in the show and experienced by the audience. An original cast recording or OCR, as the name implies, features the voices of the show's original cast. A cast recording featuring the first cast to perform a musical in a particular venue is known, for example, as an "original Broadway cast recording" (OBCR) or an "original London cast recording".

Wolfe Gilbert;Lewis F. Muir. The duration of song is 0:36. This song is sung by Original Cast Recording.

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Amateur Night" and "The Apollo" redirect here. For the 2016 film, see Amateur Night (2016 film). The building which later became the Apollo Theater was built in 1913-14 and was designed by architect George Keister, who also designed the First Baptist Church in the City of New York. It was originally Hurtig and Seamon's New (Burlesque) Theater, which enforced a strict "Whites Only" policy. The theatre was operated by noted burlesque producers Jules Hurtig and Harry Seamon, who obtained a 30-year lease. It remained in operation until 1928, when Billy Minsky took over. The song "I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful. In 2007, gospel recording artist Byron Cage played at the Apollo for his album Live at the Apollo: The Proclamation.

Credits

Harold Arlen - Composer
Gabrielle Armand - Product Manager
Rosa Evangelina Arredondo - Vocals
Count Basie - Composer
Steve Berkowitz - Music Consultant, Producer
Steven Berkowitz - Music Consultant, Producer
T. Blade - Vocals
Michael Brooks - Music Consultant
Renee Monique Brown - Vocals
Steven Chaikelson - General Manager
Sam Cooke - Composer
Gabriel A. Croom - Vocals
B.J. Crosby - Vocals
Rosa Curry - Cast, Vocals
Michal Daniel - Photography
Randy A. Davis - Vocals
Stanton Davis, Jr. - Brass
Jill Dell'Abate - Production Coordination
Didier C. Deutsch - Artist Coordination
Bill Easley - Reeds, Saxophone
Peggy Eisenhauer - Lighting Design
Duke Ellington - Composer
Queen Esther - Vocals
Alicia Evans - Unknown Contributor Role
Lupin Fein - Composer
Joe Ferla - Engineer, Mixing, Recording
Carol Fineman - Unknown Contributor Role
Jules Fisher - Lighting Design
Seth Foster - Mastering Assistant
Howard Fritzson - Art Direction
Derick Gardner - Trumpet
Louis Wolfe Gilbert - Composer
Gwen Gilliam - Associate Producer
Gail Goldstein - Associate Producer
David Goodman - Producer
Paul Gregory - Assistant Engineer
Brian Grice - Contractor, Drums, Vocals
Harlem Song Orchestra - Orchestra
Lafayette Harris - Keyboards
Woody Herman - Composer
Ricardo Hernández - Scenic Design
Riccardo Hernandez - Scenic Design
Langston Hughes - Composer
Jason Jackson - Brass
James P. Johnson & His Orchestra - Composer
Pat Jerina - Design
Rodney Jones - Guitar
Nick A. Kenny - Composer
Fred D. Klaisner - Production Coordination, Stage Manager
Ted Koehler - Composer
Mark Krantz - Executive Producer, Producer
Davis Lacey - Recording
Bryan Landrine - Stage Manager
Janice C. Lane - Stage Manager
David H. Lawrence - Hair Stylist
Sammy Ledbetter - Company Manager
Lily Lew - Packaging Manager
Jimmie Lunceford - Composer
Andy Manganello - Assistant Engineer
Zane Mark - Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Keyboards, Music Supervisor, Musical Supervision, Producer
Patti Matheny - Artist Coordination
DeLandis McClam - Vocals
Erich McMillan-McCall - Vocals
Norman Meranus - Casting
Peter R. Miller - Music Preparation Supervisor
Irving Mills - Composer
Sinclair Mitchell - Vocals
Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) - Composer
Zoie Morris - Vocals
Lewis F. Muir - Composer
Henry Nemo - Composer
Nedra Olds-Neal - Music Consultant
Dave Perini - Assistant Engineer
Queen Esther - Cast
Ken Roberson - Choreographer
Ken Robertson - Choreographer
Darren Salmieri - Artist Coordination
Mark Simon - Casting
David St. Louis - Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part
Billy Strayhorn - Composer
Paul Tazewell - Costume Design
John Gentry Tennyson - Associate Conductor, Keyboards
Chris Theis - Digital Editing
Keith Lamelle Thomas - Cast
Harry Tobias - Composer
Jo Trent - Composer
Henry Troy - Composer
Carlos Valdez - Percussion
Lorna Ventura - Associate Choreographer
Charles E. Wallace - Vocals
Pamela Warrick-Smith - Composer
Daryl Waters - Arranger, Composer, Music Supervisor, Musical Supervision, Producer
Mark Wilder - Mastering
Frank Wildhorn - Producer
Clarence Williams - Composer
Kevin "Up-All-Night" Wilson - Editing Assistant
George C. Wolfe - Composer, Director, Producer, Writer
Adam Zucker - Engineer, Recording

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Harlem Song, musical revue
1 1. Here Comes My Daddy Now (Gilbert / Muir) Louis Wolfe Gilbert / Lewis F. Muir 0:36
2 Genesis. 2. Late One Night (Waters / Wolfe) Daryl Waters / George C. Wolfe 3:29
3 Strollin'. 3. Well Alright Then (Lunceford) Jimmie Lunceford 3:55
4 Slummin'. 4. Drop Me Off In Harlem (Ellington / Kenny) / Tarzan of Harlem Intro [scat section] Duke Ellington / Nick A. Kenny 3:39
5 Slummin'. 5. Tarzan of Harlem Intro (Mills / Nemo / Fein) Lupin Fein / Irving Mills / Henry Nemo 1:40
6 Slummin'. 6. Shakin' The Africann Intro [Spoken Word] Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler 0:14
7 Slummin'. 7. Shakin' The Africann Intro (Arlen / Koehler / Wolfe) Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler / George C. Wolfe 1:32
8 Slummin'. 8. For Sale Intro [Spoken Word] 0:48
9 Slummin'. 9. For Sale Intro (Williams / Troy) Henry Troy / Clarence Williams 3:43
10 Slummin'. 10. Drop Me Off In Harlem (reprise) (Ellington / Kenny) Duke Ellington / Nick A. Kenny 0:47
11 The Harlem Renaissance. 11. Doin' The Niggerati Rag (Mark / Wolfe) Zane Mark / George C. Wolfe 4:35
12 La Imigraciòn. 12. Coge El A Train (Take the "A" Train) (Strayhorn) Billy Strayhorn 2:31
13 La Imigraciòn. 13. Depression Chant [Spoken Word] 0:16
14 The Depression. 14. Hungry Blues (Hughes / Johnson) Langston Hughes / James P. Johnson & His Orchestra 4:23
15 The Depression. 15. Linda Brown (Cowens) 4:45
16 The Depression. 16. Here You Come With Love (Trent / Tobias / Moret) Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) / Harry Tobias / Jo Trent 3:58
17 Wartime Harlem. 17. King Joe (Basie / Wright) Count Basie 3:32
18 Wartime Harlem. 18. A Fable Of Rage In The Key Of Jive (after Woody Herman's "Apple Honey": text Wo Woody Herman / Zane Mark / Daryl Waters / George C. Wolfe 4:40
19 Bop. 19. Uptown Jazzmen (Waters / Wolfe) Daryl Waters / George C. Wolfe 3:08
20 Main Drag Of Many Tears. 20. Dream Deferred Intro [Spoken Word] 0:29
21 Main Drag Of Many Tears. 21. Dream Deferred Intro (from "Montage of a Dream Deferred") (Mark / Hugh Langston Hughes / Zane Mark 3:02
22 Main Drag Of Many Tears. 22. Shake. (Cooke / Wolfe) Sam Cooke / George C. Wolfe 7:01
23 Main Drag Of Many Tears. 23. Tree Of Life (Warrick-Smith) Pamela Warrick-Smith 4:06
24 Genesis. 24. One Word (Mark / Wolfe) Zane Mark / George C. Wolfe 2:38