Limited to 500 units. Stage Door gratefully acknowledges the assistance of: Pat Suzuki, David Shaw, Juliet Cuming, Andy Howick, Alan Eichler. Cover photograph by Mark Shaw. CD graphics by Ray Leaning. Muse Fine Art & Design.
Pat Suzuki - Complete Album Series (2CD Set), Singles & Rarities 1958-1967. Stage Door Records is pleased to announce the debut CD release of Broadway actress and singer Pat Suzuki's complete back catalogue of solo recordings. COMPLETE ALBUM SERIES (2CD Set): Featuring Pat's four solo albums 'The Many Sides Of Pat Suzuki' (1958), 'Miss Pony Tail' (1958), 'Broadway '59' (1959), 'Looking At You' (1960). The track was recorded in 1965 for an unfinished album titled "Pat!" and now makes its debut on the forthcoming CD 'Pat Suzuki - Singles And Rarities' due for release on April 13th. Hear Suzuki's complete recording, featuring a superb arrangement by Warren B. Meyers. com. -says-dont-fr. AT SUZUKI - EVERYBODY SAYS DON'T (from 'Anyone Can Whistle').
Pat Suzuki was born Chiyoko Suzuki in Cressy, California (northern California) on September 23, in the early 1930s. As the youngest of four children, she was nicknamed "Chiby", which was Japanese for "squirt". She grew up on the family farm, and discovered her love for singing early on at church on Sundays and at local events.
Had Pat Suzuki only ever appeared in Flower Drum Song, her knock-out performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s I Enjoy Being A Girl would have secured her place in musical theater history. How lucky we are, though, that she also had a lengthy, if somewhat forgotten, career as a recording artist. And how lucky we are that Stage Door Records is releasing two collections of her studio work: Complete Album Series (out next week) and Singles and Rarities 1958-1967, out now. The earliest of these recordings predate Suzuki’s Broadway debut in Flower Drum Song. However, sticking it out through the rather dire final singles pays off with the promised rarities: five previously unreleased tracks from an abandoned album project arranged and conducted by Warren B. Suzuki soars with a big band arrangement of Everybody Says Don’t and an understated Never Will I Marry.
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