On Broadway (David Campbell album)

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On Broadway
Studio album by David Campbell
Released 2 April 2010
Genre Musical theatre
Length TBC
Label Columbia
Producer Rob Fisher, Bill Elliott
David Campbell chronology
Good Lovin'
(2008)
On Broadway
(2010)

On Broadway (sometimes referred to as David Campbell On Broadway[1]) is the fourth studio album from Australian singer/actor David Campbell, released in Australia on 2 April 2010.[2] On Broadway marks a departure by Campbell from his previous albums of swing and rock music, back to the genre of musical theatre through which he first rose to fame. The album reached number seven on the Australian national ARIA chart.[3]

The album was produced by leading musical director Rob Fisher and veteran arranger Bill Elliott, and recorded with a 40-piece orchestra at East West Studios, Los Angeles in January 2010.[4]

An accompanying television documentary David Campbell On Broadway was filmed by Campbell's production company Luckiest Productions at the same time, and aired in Australia on arts channel STVDIO on Saturday 3 April.[5][6]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Overture"
  2. "Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" - from Oklahoma!
  3. "When I Get My Name In Lights" - from Legs Diamond / The Boy From Oz
  4. "Hey There" - from The Pajama Game
  5. "Hello, Dolly!" - from Hello, Dolly!
  6. "Bring Him Home" - from Les Misérables
  7. "Being Alive" - from Company
  8. "All I Care About" - from Chicago
  9. "You'll Never Walk Alone" - from Carousel
  10. "Proud Lady" - from The Baker's Wife
  11. "Luck Be A Lady" - from Guys & Dolls
  12. "What Kind Of Fool Am I?" - from Stop the World - I Want to Get Off
  13. "Goodbye" - from Catch Me If You Can
  14. "Some Other Time" - from On The Town

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] David Campbell official Facebook
  2. ^ David Campell's 'On Broadway' Album Gets 4/2 Australian Release broadwayworld.com
  3. ^ What's On - David Campbell On Broadway 2GB radio website
  4. ^ [2] broadwayworld.com
  5. ^ STVDIO: April highlights TV Tonight
  6. ^ David Campbell On Broadway - The TV special luckiestproductions.com