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After the Show

by Lee Farrar Bailey

Lee's love for the stage is obvious, as he sings these Broadway selections with flawless beauty and expression. An all encompassing emotional journey.
Genre: Classical: Musical Theater
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1. It Might As Well Be Spring From the Musical, State Fair
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5:16 $0.99
2. All I Ask of You From the Musical, the Phantom of the Opera (feat. Nicole Marie Bailey)
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4:21 $0.99
3. A Fellow Needs a Girl From the Musical, Allegro
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2:47 $0.99
4. By the Way
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1:57 $0.99
5. Send in the Clowns From the Musical, a Little Night Music
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4:44 $0.99
6. I Can See It From the Musical, the Fantastiks
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3:37 $0.99
7. Soon It's Gonna Rain From the Musical, the Fantastiks
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4:08 $0.99
8. A Moment's Peace From the Musical, Zumbana, or the Unwilling (feat. Nicole Marie Bailey)
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3:53 $0.99
9. Bring Him Home From the Musical, Les Misérables
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4:10 $0.99
10. Johanna From the Musical, Sweeney Todd
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3:27 $0.99
11. C'est Moi! From the Musical, Camelot
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4:02 $0.99
12. Sunday From the Musical, Sunday in the Park With George
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3:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
Lee Farrar Bailey has performed with professional opera companies, musical theatre companies and has done film and television work for most of his life. Son of International and Metropolitan Opera singer, Dennis Bailey, Lee was introduced at a very young age to the music world and has worked his way to a professional operatic, musical theatre and Christian music career specializing in Helden Tenor Repertoire through Dramatic Opera.
Known for his powerful voice and amazing control, Lee dazzles and captivates his audience with magnetic force that brings the watcher and listener deep into the performance. Lee's amazing ability to identify with the pieces he is performing is quite unique and creates warmth around his audience. His enunciation and pronunciation are impeccable without losing one step in vocal bliss and artistic integrity. The strength of this voice is obvious but equally obvious is Lee's sensitivity to the text and his ability to handle beautiful soft passages without losing vocal technique.
Many, many times Lee Farrar Bailey’s moments are pure and flawless. He is certainly making his presence known in his respective fields. He also is a Minister of Music and travels the country doing concerts on both the sacred and secular stages, where he believes; he is the most effective in ministry and in his careers.

Lee also has a Sacred music double CD entitled: My Heart's Passion Volume I & II, now available.


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Guinn Terry Davis

Any recording that features the voice quality that Lee Farrar Bailey possesses is something I'll listen to before AND after the show.

Isaac Waring

A splendid collection, masterfully performed.
A great buy. From the touching duet "All I Ask Of You", performed with his wife Nicole whose passionate soprano voice sparkles against Lee's rich tenor, to the boisterous, rollicking humor of "C'est Moi", Lee magnetically illuminates each simply-crafted song in this eclectic Broadway review. My favorites: "Johanna" (you HAVE to hear this to believe it), Skip Davis' and Karen Johnston's "A Moment's Peace", and the Les Miserables classic "Bring Him Home". A well-rounded selection, performed by a musical powerhouse.