Author Topic: You're Much More (1614)  (Read 2951 times)


  • Westwood Neighbor
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You're Much More (1614)
« on: October 25, 2013, 06:07:59 PM »
Something else i don't understand. The article for this song says that after the Josephene play, it was revised for regular episodes of MRN, but the episode When Parents Go To Work 1614, originally aired Thanksgiving 1989, is the only "regular" episode i've ever heard the song performed on and the only regular one on the (rather) short list of episode appearances. Also, how come Zelda Pulliam is the only person i've ever heard singing this song?


  • Southwood Neighbor
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Re: You're Much More (1614)
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2017, 10:35:41 AM »
The televised version iadded some more music and songs to the musical. So0 this song was added material to the original music written back in the 1960's as a College project. Jesephine was originally written in French. Then it was recored in the 1960's. It would take over 20 years before the musical became a 3 part televised musical.