- Act 1. OK! Here we go!
- Act 1. Prologue / Schlimmer!
- Act 1. Friendly... but also suspicious
- Act 1. I Can't Read
- Act 1. Did Helvetica actually exist?
- Act 1. Haunted German Wood
- Act 1. The Press Song
- Act 1. I Can't Read (reprise)
- Act 1. A giant tree... of goodness.
- Act 1. Biscuits!
- Act 1. This show is not about biscuits!
- Act 1. What's the Word
- Act 1. Helvetica is crying in her bucket...
- Act 1. Stop the Press
- Act 1. Now anything can happen!
- Act 1. Tomorrow Is Tonight
- Act 2. Here we go again! The second act!
- Act 2. Second Prologue
- Act 2. Words, Words, Words
- Act 2. Monk with Me
- Act 2. (Might as Well) Go to Hell
- Act 2. Like a million drunks...
- Act 2. Festival!
- Act 2. Finale
- Act 2. Gutenberg! The Megamix (recorded in Bud's apartment)
Gutenberg! The Musical!by
- Release Date:
- P.S. Classics
Performance CreditsT.O. Sterrett Piano
Christopher Fitzgerald Vocals
Jeremy Shamos Vocals
Technical CreditsPhilip Chaffin Executive Producer
Tommy Krasker Producer
T.O. Sterrett Arranger,Music Direction
Anthony King Composer,Lyricist,Producer
Bart Migal Engineer
Derek Bishop Art Direction
Scott Brown Composer,Lyricist,Producer,Liner Notes
Alex Timbers Stage Direction
Write a Review
and post it to your social network
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
See all customer reviews >
Gutenberg! The Musical! based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This is a hysterically funny and clever show! I was really excited to see an original cast album was available, since it was not available when it played Off-Broadway. I have given several as gifts and everyone loves it. Written by Scott Brown and Anthony King, it is well represented on this CD. The show played Off-Broadway and got great reviews, including raves in the Village Voice and the NY times. This original cast recording has great performances by Chris Fitzgerald and Jeremy Shamos. The folks who put this together were smart enough to include some small sections of the zany scenes. This enables you to follow the crazy-funny plot. The songs include many brilliant parodies of familiar styles. "Tomorrow Is Tonight," the powerful rock number that ends Act One. is a favorite. T.O. Sterrett provides the music direction, arrangements, and awesome piano playing.