Artist – BOARDWALK EMPIRE PARTY
Event – Listening Event, Contests and FREE DRINKS!
Date – Wednesday September 25th
Time – 7pm – 9pm
DID YOU KNOW THERE IS A NEW SOUNDTRACK FOR BOARDWALK EMPIRE? The Looney Tunes crew will be at Barrique Wine Bar in Babylon to celebrate the release of this new album. We will be at Barrique playing the new soundtrack. While we are there we will be giving away free drinks! Come see Karl Jr. say hello and get a FREE DRINK TICKET! We will also have a ton of cool giveaways and prizes! Some come listen to some good music and hang with the Looney Tunes crew!
Barrique Kitchen & Wine Bar
69 Deer Park Ave
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On September 3rd, luminaries from across the music world will pay homage to the sounds of the Prohibition Era with the ABKCO Records release of ‘Boardwalk Empire Volume 2: Music From The HBO® Original Series.’ The soundtrack features all new recordings from a wide range of vocalists — from Elvis Costello and Patti Smith to St. Vincent and The National’s Matt Berninger — singing timeless standards and forgotten gems from the 1920s. Season 4 of the hit HBO series premieres on September 8th.
Following up on their GRAMMY win for Volume 1, producer Stewart Lerman and Boardwalk Empire music supervisor Randall Poster bring together a swinging, sauntering collection of big-band classics, New Orleans rags, sultry ballads and torch songs. Album highlights include Costello crooning “It Had To Be You,” Liza Minnelli belting out “You’ve Got To See Mama Ev’ry Night (Or You Can’t See Mama At All),” Berninger lending his rugged baritone to “I’ll See You In My Dreams,” and Neko Case breathing new life into “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out.” Featuring inimitable contributions from high-profile recording artists including Rufus Wainwright, Loudon Wainwright III, St. Vincent and David Johansen, Poster has created an album that retains a remarkable cohesion with the series and with the music of the 1920s.
Poster, a frequent music supervisor for renowned directors including Martin Scorsese, Wes Anderson and Sam Mendes, stated, “Boardwalk Empire provides an incredible back drop for music. It’s been a steady treat to mark the passing of time in song over the course of four seasons,” said series music supervisor Randall Poster. “Terry Winters, Martin Scorsese and the entire Boardwalk Empire team inspire the sound of the episodes as we move from the streets and alleys of Atlantic City to the smoky rooms of Al Capone’s Chicago and on down into the tropics of Florida. This compilation celebrates the mastery of all the artists involved.”
With instrumentation recorded by Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks — the NYC jazz ensemble and Boardwalk Empire house band — the album also includes performances by cast members Stephen DeRosa (as song-and-dance man Eddie Cantor) and Margot Bingham (as a new character to be introduced this fall) singing tracks that will be debuted throughout the new season.
BOARDWALK EMPIRE VOLUME 2 TRACK LIST
1. David Johansen – Strut Miss Lizzie
2. Stephen DeRosa – Old King Tut
3. Elvis Costello – It Had To Be You
4. Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks – Everybody Loves My Baby
5. Liza Minnelli – You’ve Got To See Mama Ev’ry Night (Or You Can’t See Mama At All)
6. Leon Redbone – Baby Won’t You Please Come Home
7. St. Vincent – Make Believe
8. Pokey LaFarge – Lovesick Blues
9. Neko Case – Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
10. Karen Elson – Who’s Sorry Now
11. Stephan DeRosa – You’d Be Surprised
12. Margot Bingham – I’m Going South
13. Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks – Sugarfoot Stomp
14. Rufus Wainwright – Jimbo Jambo
15. Kathy Brier – There’ll Be Some Changes Made
16. Margot Bingham – Somebody Loves Me
17. Chaim Tannenbaum – All Alone
18. Loudon Wainwright III – The Prisoner’s Song
19. Patti Smith – I Ain’t Got Nobody
20. Matt Berninger – I’ll See You In My Dreams
*All tracks featuring Vince Giordano & the Nighthawks