always sang as if he was on Broadway, so it only made sense that he eventually turned to show tunes in the mid-'90s with 10 on Broadway
. This isn't a record that will satisfy many Broadway purists, but DeYoung
hardly embarrasses himself with his versions of "Someone to Watch Over Me," "Summertime," "On the Street Where You Live," and "Memory," among other familiar tunes. It's not a particularly adventurous collection, either in terms of selection or performance, but it's pretty good for what it is. It's hard to imagine who will want to hear this outside of DeYoung
fanatics -- Styx
fans will complain it doesn't rock, show tune snobs will prefer Mandy Patinkin -- but it's still not bad.