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Friday, December 28, 2012

Music From The Show

The Wee Trio, “Shepherd”
Avishai Cohen, “Leolam”
The Lickets, “Serial East”
Bill Evans, “Gloria’s Step”
Vitamin String Quartet, “Money”
Osvaldo Golijov, “La Pasión según San Marcos, Kaddish”

Songs written by Jimmy Webb:

“Up Up and Away” performed by The Fifth Dimension
“By the Time I Get to Phoenix” performed by Glen Campbell
“Adios” performed by Linda Ronstadt
“5:30 Plane” performed by The Supremes
“MacArthur Park” performed by Richard Harris
“Highwayman” performed by Jimmy Webb and Mark Knopfler
“It Won’t Bring Her Back” performed by Jimmy Webb
“Oklahoma Nights” performed by Jimmy Webb and Vince Gill
“Wichita Lineman” performed by Jimmy Webb and Billy Joel
“By the time I Get To Phoenix” performed by Jimmy Webb and Glen Campbell
“Galveston” performed by Jimmy Webb and Lucinda Williams
“All I Know” performed by Jimmy Webb and Linda Ronstadt


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