The musical selections below include professional recordings and rough demos created by the development team:
"WHY" - this opening ballad is a plaintive plea by the main character, Jimmy, who is confused and troubled by what has happened in the past few months, as he seeks guidance from his mentor, the mysterious Madam.
"LOST" - a simple composition that captures Jimmy's songwriting process and is the musical counterpoint to "LOST AGAIN".
"JERSEY JAZZ" - Jimmy's homage to one of his jazz guitar hero's, Bucky Pizzeralli. Sara dances up a storm, while for Jimmy, it's love at first sight.
"DELTA TO THE HOOD" - inspired by his time in Memphis, Jimmy's trilogy covers the history of delta blues, Sun Studio rockabilly, and Stax soul.
"HEAR ME" - a poignant ballad between Jimmy and Sara, as she laments her struggle to reconcile her place in both mainstream hearing culture and Deaf culture, while Jimmy "sees" into her world.
"I COULD DIE IN YOUR ARMS" - Jimmy serenades Charly with a doo woop ballad that turns into a duet of love and caution.
"THE DEVIL IN YOUR LOOK" - with a nod to Cole Porter, this jazzy rendition is a fantasy sequence where Jimmy encounters a seductress who tempts him to come into her house.
"TESTIFY" - a rousing gospel fantasy number that closes Act One, as Jimmy is on trial for his crimes of abandonment !
"DEAD OR ALIVE" - in this country rock soliloquy that opens Act Two, Charly's dad contemplates Jimmy's fate, if he finds him!
"MENAGE A TROIS" - a 40s touch song that turns into a big band arrangement, capturing Jimmy' creative muse.
"AFTERGLOW" - Jimmy tries to win back Charly with this 60's pop ballad duet - with a nod to Bacharach and David :)
"LOST AGAIN" - this eleven o'clock number is a soaring Broadway ballad that captures the heartache of losing a great love, again.
"THREE HEARTS" - this finale rocker ponders Jimmy's dilemma of finding and losing love and the choices that result.
All songs (music and lyrics) composed by: Jim Musante
Arrangements: Jeff Bova and David Musante and John Schuermann