Where It All Began

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All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
His 2011 attempt at becoming a genuine pop star didn't take, so what else was there for Glee star Matthew Morrison to do on his second but to get back to Where It All Began? Or, in other words, back to Broadway, where Morrison started his career and where he still seems most comfortable. The 12 songs on Where It All Began -- all standards, all songs you know by heart -- are given sleek, snazzy arrangements that are not at all dissimilar to what can be heard on the accompanying Glee soundtracks. Morrison grins and glides through these tunes, enjoying everything that can be found on the surface. He's amiable -- and when he's paired with Smokey Robinson on "Ease on...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
His 2011 attempt at becoming a genuine pop star didn't take, so what else was there for Glee star Matthew Morrison to do on his second but to get back to Where It All Began? Or, in other words, back to Broadway, where Morrison started his career and where he still seems most comfortable. The 12 songs on Where It All Began -- all standards, all songs you know by heart -- are given sleek, snazzy arrangements that are not at all dissimilar to what can be heard on the accompanying Glee soundtracks. Morrison grins and glides through these tunes, enjoying everything that can be found on the surface. He's amiable -- and when he's paired with Smokey Robinson on "Ease on Down the Road," there's some genuine chemistry -- so Where It All Began can elicit a smile.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/4/2013
  • Label: 222 Records
  • UPC: 881034186508
  • Catalog Number: 222
  • Sales rank: 10,550

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Matthew Morrison Primary Artist
Kevin Axt Bass
Dean Parks Guitar
Gregg Field Drums
Chris Walden Conductor
Technical Credits
Leonard Bernstein Composer
Stephen Sondheim Composer
Irving Mills Composer
Harold Arlen Composer
Richard Rodgers Composer
Lionel Bart Composer
Frank Loesser Composer
Jerry Ross Composer
Nacio Herb Brown Composer
Richard Adler Composer
Ed Cherney Engineer
Duke Ellington Orchestra Composer
Arthur Freed Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II Composer
Lorenz Hart Composer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Johnny Mercer Composer
Phil Ramone Producer
Gregg Field Engineer
Frederick Loewe Composer
Steve Genewick Pro-Tools
Chris Walden Arranger
Jorge Velasco Pro-Tools
Irene Silva Graphic Design
Gerrit Kinkel Engineer
Tim Davis Arranger, Vocal Producer
Jay Lerner Composer
Jacob Dennis Pro-Tools
Charles Emanuel Smalls Composer
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