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Label: Riverwalk Jazz
Track listing: Disc 1 -- It’s Nighttime in Catfish Row; Jasbo Brown Blues; Summertime; A Woman Is a Sometime Thing; Porgy arrives; They Pass By Singin’; Oh, Little Stars; Crown and Bess arrive; Gone, Gone, Gone / Overflow; My Man’s Gone Now; The mourning scene continues; Leavin’ for the Promised Land; It Take a Long Pull to Get There; Robbins has been in the ground a month; I Got Plenty ‘o Nuttin; A dark cloud moves over Catfish Row; Buzzard Song; Porgy’s newfound happiness; Bess, You Is My Woman Now; Oh, I Can’t Sit Down! Disc 2 – On Kittiwah Island; I Ain’t Got No Shame; It Ain’t Necessarily So; There’s evil afoot today; What You Want Wid Bess?; A week has passed in Catfish Row; Oh, Doctor Jesus; Strawberry Woman; Here Come de Honey Man; Crab Man; I Loves You, Porgy; The scene moves now to Serena’s room; Oh, de Lawd Shake de Heavens; Summertime; Oh, Dere’s Somebody Knockin’ at de Do’; Serena warns Crown; A Red Headed Woman; Clara’s worst fear; Clara, Clara; Summertime; Crown sneaks in the gate; There’s a Boat Dat’s Leavin’ Soon for New York; Porgy survives the police investigation; Oh, Bess, Where’s My Bess?; Porgy learns that Bess isn’t dead; Oh Lawd, I’m on My Way; Backstage interview with William Warfield. Warfield’s commentary is set in italics.
by Jack Bowers
Since its New York City debut in September 1935, George Gershwin's beloved folk opera Porgy and Bess has been recreated and performed in almost every possible context, from classical opera to musical theatre to mainstream jazz, in America and overseas. The opera has been probed and dissected so often, in fact, that at first blush another ...