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ANNIE LIVE - Soundtrack Of Television Event On NBC

Sony - Masterworks Broadway
Release Date: December 11, 2021

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Annie Live!
Annie and the Orphans Perform
Annie Sings 'Tomorrow'
Annie Sings 'Maybe'
Miss Hannigan Laments While Singing "Little Girls"
1 Overture  
2 Maybe  
3 It's the Hard-Knock Life  
4 Tomorrow  
5 We'd Like to Thank You Herbert Hoover  
6 Little Girls  
7 I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here  
8 N.Y.C.  
9 Sign  
10 Easy Street  
11 We Got Annie  
12 You're Never Fully Dressed Without a Smile  
13 Tomorrow (Cabinet Reprise)  
14 Something Was Missing  
15 I Don't Need Anything But You  
16 Maybe (Warbucks' Reprise)  
17 A New Deal for Christmas  
18 Tomorrow (Finale)  
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Sony Masterworks Broadway today releases ANNIE LIVE! (ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK OF THE TELEVISION EVENT ON NBC) featuring the Tony and GRAMMY Award-winning  score from the beloved musical as performed by the cast of NBC’s latest television event. Available everywhere now, the soundtrack features vocals by Harry Connick, Jr., Nicole Scherzinger, Tituss Burgess and Megan Hilty, with newcomer Celina Smith in the titular role of Annie and Taraji P. Henson. The album will also be released in CD format beginning January 21, 2022 and is available to preorder now. Originally making its broadcast debut last night on NBC, Annie Live! is now available to stream on Peacock.

The album was produced by two-time GRAMMY- and Tony-winner Stephen Oremus, who heads the music department for Annie Live! as music supervisor and orchestrator, as well as three-time GRAMMY- and two-time Emmy-winner Harry Connick, Jr., who plays the role of Daddy Warbucks in the production. Scott M. Riesett serves as associate producer on the album, which was recorded by Ian Kagey and mixed by Derik Lee and Tracey Freeman.    

Originally presented by Mike Nichols, Annie is one of the biggest hits in Broadway history and the winner of seven Tony awards including Best Musical. A bonafide name brand around the world, it has been licensed and performed in 50 countries and translated into 8 languages. From songwriters Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, songs such as “Tomorrow,” “It’s the Hard-Knock Life,” “Maybe,” “Little Girls,” “Easy Street,” and “NYC” are part of the GRAMMY-winning score that has delighted families and kids of all ages for over 40 years.

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