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A unique singer on the rise, with a captivating new CD It's not often that a delightful new singer appears on our radar with a distinctive voice and assured grace already in place, but San Francisco vocalist Susan Getz is doing just that. From the first note she sings, it's clear that Susan has been listening to the greats, but there's no doubt that her sound is her own. Now, with an ever-growing resume of appearances in major Bay Area music venues like the Plush Room, Shanghai 1930 and Cafe du Nord, and with her beautiful new CD, Jazz Boxx, in hand, Susan Getz stands ready to bring her wonderful, singular sound to a wider musical audience. No less a jazz expert than famed producer Teo Macero said upon listening to Jazz Boxx, "It's nice to hear a new voice

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The Green Eyed Girl

Label: Litsis Records
Released: 2007

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Say Goodbye To Love

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Label: Litsis Records
Released: 2004
Duration: 3:04

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Susan Getz: Jazz Boxx

Read "Jazz Boxx" reviewed by Jeff Hedberg


Susan Getz keeps the spirit of West Coast Cool alive on her debut recording, Jazz Boxx. She exhibits her jazz/pop sensibility with Robert Palmer's “Honeymoon" as well as Lennon/McCartney's “Long and Winding Road" and “Come Together." All three selections showcase Getz's warmth and tenderness. Another facet of Getz's artistry is her distinctive interpretation of Great American ...

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Jazz Boxx

Label: Litsis Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Honeymoon; The Long and Winding Road; Say Goodbye to Love; That's All; Come Together; I Need Your Love So Bad; Peace Dream; Cry Me a River; My Buddy; I Fall In Love Too Easily; The Birthday Song for Caroline; Song for My Lover


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