Pat Suzuki, best known for starring in the original Broadway
production of 'Flower Drum Song' and originating the
Rodgers & Hammerstein standard 'I Enjoy Being A Girl',
enjoyed great success as a solo recording artist (receiving a Grammy
nomination for Best Vocal Album in 1960), issuing four solo
albums for RCA Records between 1958-1960. For the first time ever,
all four of Pat Suzuki's solo albums 'The Many Sides Of Pat
Suzuki' (1958), 'Miss Pony Tail' (1958),
'Broadway '59' (1959) and 'Looking At You'
(1960) now make their debut on CD as the Deluxe 2CD set 'Pat
Suzuki - The Complete Album Series'.
The retrospective collection features 50 tracks including Suzuki's
haunting interpretation of 'How High The Moon' (later
featured in the 1988 film 'Biloxi Blues') and her solo
recording of 'I Enjoy Being A Girl' which became a Top
50 hit in the United Kingdom when issued as a single in April 1960.
The release of 'The Complete Album Series' is a joint
collaboration between Pat Suzuki and Stage Door Records. Also
available is the limited edition release 'Singles And
Rarities' featuring all Suzuki's non album singles and
unreleased tracks recorded between 1958-1967.
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DATE: APRIL 6th, 2018