- Released: March 4, 2008
- Label: DRG
- 1.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: Overture
- 2.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: Colonel Buffalo Bill
- 3.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: I'm A Bad, Bad Man
- 4.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: Doin' What Somes Natur'lly
- 5.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: The Girl That I Marry
- 6.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: You Can't Get A Man With A Gun
- 7.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: They Say It's Wonderful
- 8.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: My Defenses Are Down
- 9.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: Moonshine Lullaby
- 10.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: I'm An Indian Too
- 11.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: I Got Lost In His Arms
- 12.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: Who Do You Love, I Hope?
- 13.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: I Got The Sun In The Morning
- 14.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: Anything You Can Do
- 15.Annie Get Your Gun, musical: There's No Business Like Show Business
Principle cast includes: Doris Day, Robert Goulet.
Music and lyrics written by Irving Berlin.
Principal cast includes: Bernadette Peters (Annie Oakley); Tom Wopat (Frank Butler); Ron Holgate (Buffalo Bill); Valerie Wright (Dolly Tate); Nicole Ruth Snelson (Winnie Tate); Andrew Palermo (Tommy Keeler); Peter Marx (Charlie Davenport); Ronn Carroll (Foster Wilson); Gregory Zaragoza (Chief Sitting Bull).
Recorded at Clinton Studios and Sony Studios, New York, New York.
ANNIE GET YOUR GUN won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album.
Personnel: Doris Day, Ren?e Winters, Robert Goulet (vocals).
Liner Note Author: Theodore S. Chapin.
Authors: Dorothy Fields; Herbert Fields.
The key to a musical revival is ultimately the songs and the story: are the tunes holding up and will modern audiences swallow or understand the book? In the case of ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, generally thought to be Irving Berlin's finest Broadway moment, the answer turns out--after minimal tweaking and updating--to be a resounding "Yes!" In a fearless star-turn--no less a legend than Ethel Merman created the original role--Bernadette Peters brings her own perky, less brassy personality to the table in this 1999 production. Several of the tracks here are bona fide American standards, including the show-stopper "There's No Business Like Show Business" and the enchanting ballad "They Say It's Wonderful." Though as one might expect, Frank Butler and Annie Oakley do wind up together in the end, there's plenty of tension along the way to the happy ending, as reflected in this Berlin couplet: "But a man never trifles / with gals who carry rifles."