Time: The Musical – Act 10

The Story
Time – The Musical is an original A Frank Angle production featuring songs about time.

Time The MusicalProgram (Past posts)
Act 1: Time
Act 2: Specific Time
Act 3: Years
Act 4: Months
Act 5: Days and Weekdays
Act 6: Weekends
Act 7: Hour(s)
Act 8: Brevity
Act 9: Extended Time 

Act 10
Act 10 is about compound time featuring song titles that include compound words in which one is time – such as nighttime, bedtime, springtime, etc.

Production Note
It has come to my attention that past acts have crashed browsers. Please 1) include the song title and artist in your text, and 2) paste the URL as part of your last line (not a new line). The latter will provide a link, thus not embed the actual video … but I don’t mind unembedding, so apologies are not necessary.

PS: I have schedule Act 11 for next week, but the conclusion will be in January.

Announcement
Ladies and gentlemen, two legends collaborate to kickoff Act 10. A grand AFA welcome to Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald with Summertime.

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81 thoughts on “Time: The Musical – Act 10

  1. how creative :) my audio service is not working so i had to pretend i heard your video. i still cannot think of a song…maybe it will come by later… cheers ☺

  2. I actually had one for this, but I cannot for the life of me find the dang video. It is Summertime by Bette Midler from one of her early concerts. That isn’t the entire name of the song, unfortunately I don’t have a good connection in the hotel.

    Love your selection Frank.

    • Twixt,
      Another reason not to use Summertime was that I used it opening the act. The producer nixed your other entry because “business time” is not a compound word …. and the AFA official dictionary didn’t acknowledge “businesstime” as legit … so … with you waiting for a move to the UK, thought this one by from across the pond would be appropriate … it’s George Harrison with I’d Have You Anytime.

    • RoSY,
      Actually, that is a tough one because “In the Good Old Summertime” is different from “In the Good Old Summer Time” … I didn’t know this but the song is that latter :( … but the producer decided to take it easy on you. However, to make sure, here’s one with two terms to make sure from Cincinnati’s own Pure Prairie League – Lifetime of Nighttime http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdbax3QDhm8

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