(P/V/G Composer Collection). Rex Reed comments, "If Tennessee Williams was alive and writing tunes he'd be John Bucchino," and the Los Angeles Times says Bucchino provides "gentle, humorous, sad and sardonic insights into modern life." One of the best kept secrets of the New York cabaret scene, acclaimed songwriter John Bucchino makes his debut in a "literate collection of songs for grown-ups." This folio matches his 16-song CD featuring versions of his songs sung by acclaimed artists such as Michael Feinstein, Art Garfunkel, Judy Collins, Liza Minnelli, Patti LuPone, Andrea Marcovicci, Amanda McBroom and others. Includes a note from Bucchino on the process of making this songbook come to life.