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Susie Meissner: Tea for Two

Read "Tea for Two" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Natural but determined evolution makes for well conceived and produced projects. Vocalist Susie Meissner has proved this statement as she progressed from her debut recording I'll Remember April (Lydian Jazz, 2009), through her sophomore effort, I'm Confessin' (Lydian Jazz, 2011) to the present Tea for Two. Using a well-worn repertoire, Meissner, mostly with the support of ...

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Tea For Two

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Label: Hobby Horse Records
Released: 2019
Duration: 05:58

Tea for Two

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: If I Were A Bell; Tea For Two; Mean To Me; Moonlight Saving Time; Laura; Love Is Here To Stay; Moonglow; Just You, Just Me; Everything I Love; Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out To Dry; I Didn't Know What Time It Was; Crazy He Calls Me; Triste; Say It Isn't So/Always.

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Tea For Two

Featuring the music of Stevie Holland
Duration: 3:17

From the CD Life Goes On. With Stevie Holland: vocals; Randy Ingram: piano; Peter Brendler: bass; Jeff Davis: drums.

Tea For Two

Label: Joe Traina Music
Released: 2007

Tea For Two

Label: Victor
Released: 1993

Tea For Two

Label: Nocturne
Released: 1991

Tea For Two

Label: EMI Angel Digital
Released: 1978

Tea For Two

Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: 1971


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