Editors’ Notes Inspired by Woody Allen’s seven-Oscar-nominated 1994 hit, the stage musical Bullets Over Broadway managed six Tony Award nods itself in 2014. It’s also that rare musical that lacks an original score, relying instead on an eclectic slate of ‘20s pop songs (many obscure; a few downright loopy), handpicked by Allen and five-time Tony-winning director/choreographer Susan Stroman. The legendary filmmaker admits he initially had misgivings about reworking his film for the Great White Way. “But when [the producers] told me they wanted to use music from the ‘20s, it started to sound more appealing,” Allen says. “And when I met Susan and talked with her, it started to seem very appealing. She’s infectious.” Stroman (who received her 14th Tony nomination for the show’s choreography) notes: “Woody wanted to pepper it with a few well-known '20s songs, like ‘Let’s Misbehave.’ But then he also wanted to pick songs that people might not know, like "Tain’t a Fit Night Out for Man or Beast’ and ‘The Hot Dog Song.’”

SONG
Overture
1
1:19
 
Tiger Rag
2
3:00
 
Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You
3
2:53
 
Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me
4
2:36
 
'Tain't a Fit Night Out for Man or Beast
5
1:59
 
The Hot Dog Song
6
3:34
 
They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me
7
3:06
 
Up a Lazy River
8
1:47
 
I'm Sitting on Top of the World
9
2:27
 
Let's Misbehave
10
2:53
 
There's a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway
11
2:27
 
(I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You
12
1:15
 
Here Comes the Hot Tamale Man
13
0:57
 
'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do
14
4:01
 
Runnin' Wild
15
3:04
 
There's a New Day Comin'!
16
2:35
 
There'll Be Some Changes Made
17
2:36
 
I Ain't Gonna Play No Second Fiddle
18
2:34
 
I've Found a New Baby
19
2:32
 
The Panic is On
20
1:17
 
She's Funny That Way
21
1:43
 
Final (Yes, We Have No Bananas)
22
3:32
 

Albums You May Also Like