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  • Audio CD (February 17, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ghostlight
  • ASIN: B001NJ918O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,832 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I'm Beginning To See The Light
2. Warm All Over
3. The Late, Late Show
4. Up On The Roof
5. My Romance/Danglin'
6. I Like The Sunrise
7. Air Conditioner
8. Sunshine On My Shoulders
9. My Heart Was Set On You
10. Flight
11. Once Upon A Time
12. Nobody's Cryin'
13. Come the Wild, Wild Weather
14. On My Way
15. Oklahoma (Bonus Track)

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I highly recomend this CD!!!
Michael T. Sheehy
Sutton Foster is one of the most talented broadway stars and has a beautiful voice.
Doreen S. Davidson
A great album by an amazing talent!
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48 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Mazeppa on February 18, 2009
Format: Audio CD
When you look at Sutton Foster's career so far, you have to wonder if her Magic 8-Ball is broken or what. I can't recall a more talented singer/actor who has been in such a string of shows ranging from mediocre to really quite bad. It speaks to her talent that she's thus far managed to rise above her material, usually becoming the best thing about the show. Whatever she's in, she gets attention for her comic timing, her clean bright vocal quality, and the thread of quirkiness she seems to weave through every character she plays. One really couldn't guess if eccentricity is something Ms. Foster brings to each role or if every producer on Broadway simply yells, "Get me Sutton Foster!" whenever they have to cast the part of a freak who sings like an angel. I've come to think of her as Kelli O'hara's wacky cousin--the one who spends a lot of time in the attic and the family only speaks of in whispers.

So this is what happens when the eccentric cousin gets her own album. It's weird. But fun. But weird. And yeah, she sings like an angel.

I listened to Sutton Foster's solo debut recording four times this morning, trying to pin down a certain familiarity in her sound. True, there are moments when I could swear I'm listening to a CD by any given interchangeable star of the Lawrence Welk show (i.e., technically efficient and as vanilla as the day is long). But before boredom can set in, her phrasing and the thoughtful arrangements belie the simplicity on the surface of her voice. Vanilla yes, but there's something special underneath it. That's when it hit me: She's got the Doris Day gene. Sutton Foster has this virginal voice that she can shift startlingly into maturity and apply with withering irony.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By AlohaCyclist on March 2, 2009
Format: Audio CD
I'm a fan of Sutton Foster, so I eagerly awaited her first solo cd. It has all the wonderful qualities of her voice and personality. They are not a collection of Broadway tunes, however some go back over 50 years. If fact, the songs are almost chronological in order starting with 1944's "I'm Beginning to See the Light". The first songs had been recorded by such voices as Ella, Barbra, Sinatra, Doris Day, Mel Torme, & Tony Bennett. Note: I said VOICES. Sutton Foster has a voice and a talent which puts her in this league.

While too many "singers" shout, Sutton can belt out a note. When other "singers" talk the quiet notes, Sutton can sing in a whisper. If you don't know what I mean about talking notes rather than singing, listen to Fred Astaire & Judy Garland in "Easter Parade" when they sing the line "Walk up the avenue" three times changing from talking to singing. Judy changes from A to B to C, yet Fred's voice only allows him to go from A to B.

What Sutton also does is sell the song not just show off her voice. These songs have meaning and a story even if it's just plain fun like "Air Conditioner" and Sutton's well known version of "Oklahoma!" The last note/word on the cd sums up Sutton's personality perfectly.

If you loved another Broadway star's first album, Many Patinkin, you'll love this. They both do a lovely version of "Once Upon a Time" from the 1962 Broadway musical, "All American" (Ray Bolger & Eileen Harlig).

Sutton Foster is the 21st Century version of the 19th Century artist Jeanne Samary (Google the 1879 Renoir portrait in The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia). Sutton is an artist who makes everyone around her better without realizing just how talented she is.

Added March 18: Happy 34th Birthday, Sutton!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By W. Budris on November 9, 2009
Format: Audio CD
In just doing a generic search for artists I've been waiting for some solo efforts on, lo and behold, one came up for Sutton Foster. I'm so surprised I didn't know about this sooner, as this album has been out since Feb 2009. I met Sutton once after one of her final performances in "Thoroughly Modern Millie" (seeing her perform twice during the run, with the first time being opening weekend). My one question was "Will you be recording a solo album soon or is one in the works?" Her reply then was, "I'd like to and hoping to do one soon." All these years later after several other cast albums and guest appearances, her debut CD is here, and it is a delight.

After sampling songs, I had to run to B&N to see if it was there, and it was. Sutton can really sing anything, and it really shows on this collection of songs. There are sweet ballads, fun jumpy numbers and a couple of of witty ditties which ignite Sutton's great comic timing in song. Listen to "Air Contitioning" and you'll hear why.

Sutton covers the Great American Songbook, Broadway, pop, you name it. All delightfully done. I like happy surprises and this is a great one for me.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Coville on April 22, 2010
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There are some very incisive and thoughtful reviews here. I am not going to try to compete with them. I will only say that I have listened to this album dozens of times since I got it. It ain't perfect, but there are moments of such sublime beauty that I can't stay away from it.
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Even though I live on the West Coast, I've had the pleasure of seeing Sutton Foster perform four different times on Broadway - her star-making debut in the title role of Thoroughly Modern Millie, the leggy showgirl showing off in The Drowsy Chaperone, bounteous Inga rolling in the hay in Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein, and most recently as Princess Fiona in Shrek: The Musical. The funny thing is that while her talent has always been impressive onstage, I never had a deliberate plan to seek out the next Sutton Foster show when I would visit New York. At the same time, it was dawning on me that her presence in a show was a guarantee that there would be something memorable about it. For all those credentials, I still wasn't sure how Foster would translate from stage to disc, but the good news is that she lands very well.

Blessed with a powerful voice onstage, Foster exudes girl next door appeal with bell-like clarity. Surrounded by Joel Moss' polished production and supported by Michael Rafter's mostly intimate arrangements, what this CD reveals is a nice suppleness in tone, a nuance in interpretation, and a chance to display her versatility in song selection.
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