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SUE & EDD'S FABULOUS CHRISTMAS SHOW
“The holidays are upon us in full force. I am not alone in being enamored by the fantastic vocals of this MAC Nominated duo, Sue Matsuki and Edd Clark. Alone or in duet their voices are clear and beautiful. I have had my copy (of their CD) since the first year, and at this time of the year it is loaded on my iPod Shuffle and serves as a soundtrack to my life in December.
In addition to great vocals, and a song list of both old and new favorites, the show was blessed with a new song, written by Ms. Matsuki and the show's musical director, Paul Stephan, called "No More Sugar for Christmas." Edd's delivery of "The Gift of Maggie" has become classic, and once again Sue dismembered her "Pretty Little Dolly." There were fun songs, serious songs, and lots of funny bits between songs - this duo has enough chemistry to win them a spot in the Gilbert Hall of Science!”
Stu Hamstra, C...
CRITICAL ACCLAIM FOR "A NEW TAKE"
From The Journal of the International Association of Jazz Record Collectors
A NEW TAKE YAK 2000 (Available on Amazon.com)
Sue Matsuki (vcl); Chris Hajian (tpt); Bob Kindred (ts); Gregory Toroian (p, arr); Gene Bertoncini (g); Ned Mann (b); Ronald J. Tierno (d). New York, October/November 2000.
“Speaking of Happiness/ Bluesette/ I’m Gonna Miss You/ You Brought a New Kind of Love/ Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars/ Astrud/ I’ll Close My Eyes/ It’s Nice Weather for Ducks/ I Whistle a Happy Tune/ Whistling Away the Dark/ Moondance/ Runaway/ Love Is Blind/ Have You Got Any Castles, Baby?/ the Shadow of Your Smile/ the Shining Sea/ Shaking the Blues Away/ Anticipation. TT 58:53.
Sue Matsuki is well known in New York, where she’s an award winning regular in clubs, when not performing in musicals and opera. Her groove is jazz— she won the 2002 MAC award for best j...
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