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On a Saturday early, Friday just finished, at Safari Sam’s about half past midnight, it was time to get Sassy, a San Francisco treat for those that stayed late. The cream Trixie Delicious (Lynda Mandolyn) morsel was covered in liquorish black and fishnets, back slapping a guitar and sharing salty Bay vocals with the orange feline frizz Kitty Largewood (Christa DiBiase) sticking it hard behind drums. That’s all these ladies needed to strike straight to the point an instant idea in three-minute songs, ninety seconds in others, then on to the next ditty, the next thought, the next burst of blatant emotion. Ooh-aah-slap you with power chords and beat you steady with drums while shouting rants in lyrical bursts, then done, making listeners want more, uncertain if they heard it all. Categorize the band Sassy as: what the heck just happened, that’s the fastest female twosome climax ever seen and heard of. And keeps coming over and over. A matchbook performance. A tweak in tune, a clack of the sticks, and like a strike of a single match, their songs spark-up, flame hot, burn hard, scorch finger tips, and drop smoldering. Then they rip the next match and flare up again. Spark – burn – repeat. Matchstick Punk Pop. --J.M.