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About the Album: CD recording of the 2003 Comic Opera Guild Performance, with 25 songs, many not on the 1959 Off-Broadway recording. Music by Jerome Kern with book and lyrics by Guy Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse. The musical comedy is based on the play College Widow by George Ade. It opened at the Longacre Theatre, Broadway on March 29, 1917 and ran for 167 performances. The show enjoyed a revival in May, 1958. In this satire on college life in a Mid-Western town, Jane, the daughter of the president of Atwater College uses the wiles of a siren to keep the college star half-back Billy Bolton from going off to a rival college. Her seductive ways are sufficiently alluring, not only to keep Billy at Atwater but also to win him for herself. Payment via Paypal. Postage $2.50 via USPS and $4 international. Songs include: Good Old Atwater Wait Till Tomorrow Just You Watch My Step Leave It To Jane The Siren's Song There It Is Again Cleopatterer The Crickets Are Calling Sir Galahad The Sun Shines Brighter I'm Going To Find a Girl Poor Prune

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