Mary Jo Vitale | For Good

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For Good

by Mary Jo Vitale

Enchanting, heartfelt renditions of your favorite Broadway songs sung by a charming and charismatic artist.
Genre: Easy Listening: Show Tunes
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1. The Girl In 14G
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2. If I Loved You
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3. I'm A Stranger Here Myself
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2:57 album only
4. Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again
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5. Someone Like You
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3:53 album only
6. If You Hadn't But You Did
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3:59 album only
7. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows - Over The Rainbow
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8. Taylor, The Latte Boy
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9. Nessun Dorma
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10. For Good
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Born into a loving family in Pembroke Pines, FL, Mary Jo began singing at a very young age. She began formal voice training at age 15. Soon thereafter, Mary Jo won numerous local and statewide vocal competitions. She attended the University of South Florida on a full music scholarship. She was the premier vocalist for the Pinellas Opera League in St. Petersburg, FL in 2002. In 2003 she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Palm Beach Atlantic University. For three years she worked as a singing server at Bergamo’s Italian Restaurant in Orlando, FL. She was also employed by Walt Disney World Voices of Liberty at EPCOT for their Candlelight Ceremony Christmas Celebration from 2004-2006.

Mary Jo is married to Jon-Marc MacLean who is currently serving as senior pastor at Belleview United Methodist Church. As a sparkling performer, Mary Jo brings beauty and feeling to her vocal interpretations as well as tremendous musical versatility and limitless positive energy. She currently entertains three nights a week in Lake Sumter Landing in the Villages where she performs light opera, Broadway favorites and Jazz Standards. She has recently appeared at the Savannah Center and was featured in Lake & Sumter Style Magazine. The Villages is indeed delighted to list this glamorous artist as one of their own.


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AL Rosati

For Good
This young woman deserves all the accalades bestowed upon her,I've been fortunate enough to enjoy her singing live,truly a rose.

J Driver

Highly Recommended For Any CD Collection
I am not, by nature, a fan of showtunes. I love good music and have eclectic taste, but Indigo Girls and Rush are really more my speed. So when a college friend handed me this CD to listen to recently, I was polite but admittedly apprehensive. I agreed to be open-minded but as the CD player consumed the disc, I settled back prepared to listen to more of the usual showtunes fare that my wife and her friends are in love with...

So I was wrong.

I struggled to write this review for fear of not doing this disc justice. If you are a fan of simply fantastic musicianship, this CD needs to be in your collection. Mrs. Vitale has a beautiful voice that will melt your heart (her version of "For Good" from 'Wicked' is especially moving and is serious competition for the original - this track is worth the price of the CD alone). Even when she deviates from reconizable show tunes (the humorous Taylor, The Latte Boy), Vitale doesn't compromise her effort and puts her all into a song about love with a minimum wage coffee jockey that is just as believable had it been for the Phantom or Fiyero.

The songs on For Good are an excellent introduction to Vitale's vocal range and control. This CD is a must for any and all who appreciate cabaret and showtunes or (as in my case), simply enjoy true musical talent. There are countless men and women who are taleted, who are singers, who are performers - it is hard to think of Mary Jo Vitale as anything other than all three. She is a musical talent that deserves to be discovered and to be mainstream so that more people can enjoy her gift of music. If anything, For Good leaves the listener wondering and hoping for a new release in the very near future.