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"May I Come In" was recorded at Nola Recording Studios in New York with some of New York's finest. Dick Oatts' solo on this wonderful, somewhat obscure ballad is truly haunting and masterful. Sue's ability to bring the lyric to life with pure emotion is simply grand.
The Best Thing For You, If You Don't See It Too, May I Come In, It Could Happen To You, Like Someone In Love, I'm Gonna Laugh You Right Out Of My Life, You Turned the Tables On Me, Long Ago(and far away), Any 'Ol Thing That You Like, I'll Remember April, The Gentleman is A Dope.
Sue Tucker,vocals; Dick Oatts, woodwinds; John Mosca, trombone; Joe Magnarelli, trumpet; Ted Rosenthal, piano; Kent Saunders,bass; Andy Watson, drums; Marc Anderson, percussion.
January 18, 2006
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