Things I’ve Learned Along the Way

Known for years as a versatile and prolific Broadway and “pop” composer and also as a fine arranger/conductor for many top performers, Shelly has always been known for being able…

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Known for years as a versatile and prolific Broadway and “pop” composer and also as a fine arranger/conductor for many top performers, Shelly has always been known for being able to sing extremely well. He finally  listened to all his friends that told him he  must do his own solo CD.  Arriving late in the scene as a soloist, Shelly decided to do a very honest collection of songs that deal with maturity.  Titled THINGS I’VE LEARNED ALONG THE WAY, the songs are what might be “Adult Adult Contemporary”.  Collaborating with some of his favorite lyricist and two guest singers, the songs celebrate wisdom and the wonders of love at any age.

Track Listing

1 The Sweetest of Nights and The Finest of Days
2 Things I've Learned Along the Way (Duet with Karen Mason)
3 You Make Me Laugh
4 Late in Life
5 Amour
6 The Way We Were
7 Come Looking for Me
8 Where Would I Be
9 Wish On the Moon
10 It's About Time
11 If We Stopped Trying
12 Hanukkah

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  • Marilyn Harris

    I’m SO thrilled Shelly is releasing this – I’ve loved his songs FOREVER and it’s a real treat to hear him performing them. THANK YOU for letting us preview 4 songs in their entirety – can’t wait to hear the rest next week! I confess I’d have loved to hear his version of DOG PASSAGES, but any new songs by Shelly are most welcome!

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As a composer, Shelly has enjoyed a long and successful collaboration with acclaimed poet and author Judith Viorst. Their musical revue "Love & Shrimp", a celebration of Viorst's poetry and insights, ran at the Pasadena Playhourse, the Canon Theatre in…