Pat Suzuki - Very Best of Pat Suzuki: The RCA & Vik Recordings mp3 downloadPerformer: Pat Suzuki
Title: Very Best of Pat Suzuki: The RCA & Vik Recordings
Style: Vocal Pop
Released: October 12, 1999
Date of recording: October, 1957 - May, 1958
Size MP3 version: 1620 mb
Size FLAC version: 1148 mb
Size WMA version: 1248 mb
Format: FLAC MP2 DTS VOC DMF AUD
Genre: Pop Rock
Pat Suzuki - Very Best of Pat Suzuki: The RCA & Vik Recordings mp3 download
The Many Sides of Pat Suzuki.
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Pat Suzuki (Japanese: 鈴木千代子; born Chiyoko Suzuki; September 22, 1930, Cressey, California) is an American popular singer and actress, who is best known for her role in the original Broadway production of the musical Flower Drum Song, and her performance of the song "I Enjoy Being a Girl" in the show. Suzuki is a Nisei or second-generation Japanese American, and was born Chiyoko Suzuki, to Chiyosaku and Aki Suzuki, as the fourth of their four daughters.
Very Best of Pat Suzuki: The RCA & Vik Recordings. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
The Very Best Of Pat Suzuki (The RCA & Vik Recordings). During her tenure with RCA, Suzuki released four best selling studio albums (including the Grammy nominated "Broadway '59") and a handful of singles. The collection concludes with two pop singles Pat recorded for the PDA label in 1967 alongside a handful of tracks recorded for "Pat!", a mid Sixties solo album that sadly was never completed.
Recorded in Hollywood, California, October 7, 9 and 10, 1957. Original Release on the Vik sub-label. Matrix, Runout (Side A stamped): H4 PP7701-3S.
Pat Suzuki (born Chiyoko Suzuki, September 22, 1930, Cressey, California) is an American popular singer and actress, who is best known for her role in the original Broadway production of the musical Flower Drum Song, and her performance of the song "I Enjoy Being a Girl" in the show. Very Best of Pat Suzuki: The RCA & Vik Recordings.
Compilation album of Suzuki's recordings for VIK and RCA recorded between 1957 and 1959. 1. From This Moment On 2. I Enjoy Being a Girl 3. How High the Moon 4. Lady Is a Tramp 5. Just in Time 6. I Had the Craziest Dream 7. Anything Goes 8. Poor Butterfly 9. Looking at You 10. Lazy Afternoon 11. Just for Once 12. Fine and Dandy 13. Medley: The Song from "Moulin Rouge"/Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo 14. I See Your Face Before Me 15. Something's Gotta Give 16. I've Grown Accustomed to His Face 17. Let Me Love You 18. Two Faces in the Dark 19. Cheek to Cheek 20. Love, Look Away.
Album · 2011 · 19 Songs. Pat Suzuki Sings (Digital Only).
My Funny Valentine - Pat Suzuki With Ralph Burns & His Orchestra. Cheek To Cheek - Pat Suzuki With Ralph Burns & His Orchestra. You Better Go Now - Pat Suzuki With Ralph Burns & His Orchestra. Let Me Love You - Pat Suzuki With Ralph Burns & His Orchestra. Small World - Pat Suzuki With Ralph Burns & His Orchestra. You Brought A New Kind Of Love To Me - Pat Suzuki With Ralph Burns & His Orchestra. Easy Living (Looking At You, RCA Victor) - Pat Suzuki with Ralph Burns Orchestra. Don't Look At Me That Way (Looking At You, RCA Victor) - Pat Suzuki with Ralph Burns Orchestra. Let Me Love You (Looking At You, RCA Victor) - Pat Suzuki with Ralph Burns Orchestra.
Pat Suzuki - Anything Goes 03:05. Pat Suzuki - Lady is a Tramp 02:50. Pat Suzuki - How High the Moon 02:47. Pat Suzuki - Something's Gotta Give 03:09. Pat Suzuki - I've Grown Accustomed to His Face 02:48. Pat Suzuki - I Had the Craziest Dream 02:44. Pat Suzuki - Fine and Dandy 02:48. Pat Suzuki - Two Faces in the Dark 03:11. Pat Suzuki - From This Moment On 02:25. The Very Best Of - Pat Suzuki. Pat Suzuki's Broadway '59, Looking at You - Pat Suzuki. The Many Sides of Pat Suzuki, Miss Pony Tail - Pat Suzuki. Black Coffee - Henri René Et Son Orchestre, Pat Suzuki.
|1||From This Moment On Cole Porter||Pat Suzuki||2:25|
|2||I Enjoy Being a Girl Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers||Pat Suzuki||3:28|
|3||How High the Moon Nancy Hamilton / Morgan Lewis||Pat Suzuki||2:47|
|4||The Lady Is a Tramp Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers||Pat Suzuki||2:50|
|5||Just in Time Betty Comden / Adolph Green / Jule Styne||Pat Suzuki||2:32|
|6||I Had the Craziest Dream Mack Gordon / Harry Warren||Pat Suzuki||2:44|
|7||Anything Goes Cole Porter||Pat Suzuki||3:05|
|8||Poor Butterfly John Golden / Raymond Hubbell||Pat Suzuki||2:54|
|9||Looking at You Cole Porter||Pat Suzuki||2:19|
|10||Lazy Afternoon John Latouche / Jürg Morgenthaler / Jerome Moross||Pat Suzuki||3:14|
|11||Just for Once Dorothy Fields / Albert Hague||Pat Suzuki||2:28|
|12||Fine and Dandy Kay Swift||Pat Suzuki||2:48|
|13||Medley: The Song from "Moulin Rouge"/Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo||Pat Suzuki||4:08|
|14||I See Your Face Before Me Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz||Pat Suzuki||3:00|
|15||Something's Gotta Give Johnny Mercer||Pat Suzuki||3:09|
|16||I've Grown Accustomed to His Face Alan Jay Lerner / Frederick Loewe||Pat Suzuki||2:48|
|17||Let Me Love You Bart Howard||Pat Suzuki||2:02|
|18||Two Faces in the Dark Dorothy Fields / A. Hague||Pat Suzuki||3:11|
|19||Cheek to Cheek Irving Berlin||Pat Suzuki||2:39|
|20||Love, Look Away Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers||Pat Suzuki||3:19|
CreditsIrving Berlin - Composer
Ralph Burns - Conductor
Betty Comden - Composer
Howard Dietz - Composer
Colin Escott - Liner Notes
Dorothy Fields - Composer
John Golden - Composer
Mack Gordon - Composer
Adolph Green - Composer
A. Hague - Composer
Albert Hague - Composer
Nancy Hamilton - Composer
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
Lorenz Hart - Composer
Bart Howard - Composer
Raymond Hubbell - Composer
John Latouche - Composer
Alan Jay Lerner - Composer
Morgan Lewis - Composer
Frederick Loewe - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Jürg Morgenthaler - Composer
Jerome Moross - Composer
Cole Porter - Composer
Henri René - Conductor
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Arthur Schwartz - Composer
George Siravo - Conductor
Jule Styne - Composer
Pat Suzuki - Primary Artist
Kay Swift - Composer
Harry Warren - Composer