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CINDY GOLDFIELD, two time recipient of the Critic's Circle Award for performance in a musical. Cindy Goldfields's big, bright-eyed personality and Scrumbly's droll sense of humor bounce off each other through evenings of musical adventure. Standards become novelties and the obscure becomes familiar in their hands. Cindy leads half of the tunes with Koldewyn backing her up on vocals and, of course, at the piano. There are many duets, and occasionally, Scrumbly will deliver a solo from the piano or accompany himself on ukulele, as in "Crazy words, Crazy Tune". The Duo can provide dinner or cocktail music , or a full show, as they often have at San Francisco's renowned PLUSH ROOM. Song styles range from contemporary musicals to 20's and 30's to English Music Hall. Although most are performed with a comic touch (from tongue-in-cheek amusing to the hilarious), Cindy belts or croons a mean torch song or three, and Koldewyn delivers a moving ballad himself.
G and K at the DICKENS FAIR, San Francisco

•Has Anybody Seen Our Ship? (Coward) •How About You (Freed & Lane) •Don't Swat Yer Mother, Boys (Music Hall) •Stay Out of the South (Vaudeville) •Swanee (Gershwin) •Nevertheless I'm In Love With You (30's) •What Is This Thing Called Love? (Porter) •You Don't Know Paree (Porter) •Miss Byrd (Maltby & Shire) •Crazy Words, Crazy Tune (20's) •You're an Education (Dubin & Warren) •Hold Your Hand Out, Naughty Boy! •Chief Cook and Bottle Washer (Kander/Ebb) •Sister Susie's Sewing Shirts For Soldiers (Music Hall) •I'd Rather Cha-Cha Than Eat •Ten Cents A Dance (Rogers & Hart) •The Ladies Singing Their Song ("Baby") •What A Perfect Combination (30's) •The Story Goes On ("Baby") •It Had To Be You (Gus Kahn/ Isham Jones)

•How Deep Is the Ocean (Berlin)• I'll Forget •You I Get a Kick Out of You (Porter) •Top Hat, Whit tie and Tails (Berlin) •Steppin' Out with My Baby (Berlin) •But Not For Me (Rogers & Hart) •Cheek to Cheek (Berlin) •I Never Thought I'd Break Doctor Long John (nasty blues!) •What More Do I Need? (Sondheim) •Pack Up Your Sins And Go to the Devil (Berlin) •Nobody Makes a Pass At Me (Harold Rome) •It's De-Lovely (Porter) •I've Got to Get Hot!

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