...a wild ride, full of unexpected thrills and emotionally stirring revelations...
Recorded live at the picturesque and intimate outdoor stage of Bake's Place near Seattle, "...Road" highlights the great rapport these dynamic artists have together along with an all-star cast of the Northwest's finest musicians, 'Two for the Road' is a terrific aural ride through some classic American tunes.
1. MEDLEY: ALONE TOGETHER / YESTERDAYS
3. I'M BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT
4. DENNEY'S TUNE
5. WEST COAST BLUES
6. I HAVE THE FEELING I'VE BEEN HERE BEFORE
7. WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE
8. YOU'RE NO ANGEL
9. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT LOVE IS
10. TAKE THE "A" TRAIN
Bonus Track GREEN DOLPHIN STREET
Bonus Track AUTUMN NOCTURNE
DIRECTED BY Craig Kelly
PRODUCTION MANAGER Scott Jonas
JIB CAMERA/LIGHTING Michael Jensen
CAMERA Jim Pallwitz
CAMERA George Teer
CAMERA Brad Nelson
ENGINEER IN CHARGE Dan Johnson
KEY GRIP Bob Beaumont
CAMERA UTILITY Chad Britzman
CAMERAS BY Ikegami
LENSES BY Fujinon
TECHNICAL FACILITIES Jonas Jensen Studios
POST PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR Merrick Vincent Dupea
DVD AUTHORING Adam Lubanski/Surroundmedia Inc.
BIC/ACCOUNTING Gina Casey
PHOTOGRAPHY Tasha & Tom Owen
ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY Matt Jorgensen/OriginArts.net
DESIGN & LAYOUT John Bishop/OriginArts
All Music Guide (Scott Yanow)
This live set is shared by guitarist Mimi Fox and singer Greta Matassa, a combination that works together quite well. Matassa mostly performs a variety of standards (other than Fox's "You're No Angel"), and both swings and uplifts the material. A fine jazz singer, her improvising pays respect to the songs but contains its surprising moments. Fox, w ...
Berman Music Review (Butch Berman)
I discovered Mimi Fox backing Don Lanphere on his lovely "Like a Bird" CD, and found her guitar prowess enchanting. Her sure-fire technique covers the gamut of all stylesóshe could play with the Paul Shafer Band on "David Letterman" one night, and dual it out with Jim Hall the next. Greta Matassa's vocal style complements Miss Fox's phrasing lik ...