Mining Industrial Musicals from Broadway's Past

From the 1950s through the 1970s, large companies regularly commissioned original musicals for their annual conventions and sales meetings. Some employed reknowned Broadway composers for these shows. Jon Kalish speaks with a New York comedy writer who has spent the last 10 years unearthing vinyl recordings of these industrial musicals.

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