- Audio CD (Oct. 25 1994)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Import
- Label: Varese Sarabande
- ASIN: B0000014UB
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette
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some good selections of
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Found in Boston
January 17, 2008 - Published on Amazon.com
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I always enjoy listening to the lost songs from Broadway musicals, often better written than many a pop song. This one does not include a lot of my favourite songwriters, but is still full of great stuff.
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A wonderful collection of show tunes .
December 5, 1998 - Published on Amazon.com
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Lost in Boston II is the second group of songs that have been put on an album that were cut from well known musicals. It is better than the first Lost in Boston- only because the songs collected here have nary a loser(okay,"It Was Always You" from Applause sounds like a theme from a 70's Tv show- but it's still tuneful and endearing).Some listeners may be familair with some of these songs from the Ben Bagley compilations, but for me many were complete revelations. For example, I had heard only negative things about the score to Grand Hotel- then I played the showstopper cut from the show called" Flaemmchen the Flame Girl" - and I now would like to hear what was not cut! The same applies to the team of Jones and Schmidt. When I heard the gorgeous song, "Thousands of Flowers" I immediately went to buy the final score of "I Do I Do"... The first two Lost in Bostons confirmed how underrated this song team truly is. The liner notes are informative and to the point but as with all good stuff, they leave you wanting more.Don't miss this CD. It is better than many complete Broadway musical scores!