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Album Review

Susie Suh has been quoted as saying "I'm not impressed with complex chord changes; I'd rather hear a simple song that expresses an emotion honestly and sincerely." That outlook might seem strange to the type of hell-bent-for-chops musician who wrongly believes that technique is everything, but it's an outlook that serves Suh impressively well on this self-titled debut album. The Korean-American singer/songwriter, who was 25 when this adult alternative/folk-rock disc came out in April 2005, isn't groundbreaking; no one who has spent a lot of time listening to Fiona Apple, Sarah McLachlan, or Aimee Mann (three of the people she inspires comparisons to) will find Suh to be innovative. But if this album is somewhat derivative, it certainly isn't derivative in a bad way — and what Suh lacks in originality, she more than makes up for when it comes to craftsmanship and just plain soulfulness. Suh brings a wealth of feeling to her material, and she sings every word like she means it. Her words aren't always happy; introspective offerings like "Petrified to Be God-Like," "Your Battlefield," and "Lucille" have a brooding, world-weary quality — and much like Mann and Apple, Suh deals with her share of darker emotions. But this CD isn't without its moments of hope; "Harmony" and "Shell" are among Suh's more optimistic songs. One person who serves Suh well on this Epic release is producer Glen Ballard, who gives the disc a clean sound but doesn't over-produce; he favors a more spare approach for Suh and goes for intimacy. The singer/songwriter field is amazingly crowded these days, but Suh is a cut above many of the female singer/songwriters who emerged in the early and mid-2000s and shows considerable promise on her first album.

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Put on " Give Me Heart" (:

Susie Suh is INCREDIBLE! And her music can be heard on One Tree Hill constantly, so please put her new song! Please <3

Great find

Found this artist floating around on itunes. What a great surprise. If you like the sounds of Fiona Apple, or Rachael Yamagata you will love her. Style, poise and vocally soothing Susie Suh pleases the soul. Definetly playing this one for a while. Stand out songs for me are, All I Want, Lucille, Light on my Shoulder and Won't you come Again. Whole cd flows like a calming river.


While surfing iTunes, like I do quite often, I came across Susie Suh. And I was thrilled to have found yet another talent! Suh has a soothing voice that carries the listener to a different place. She sings with grace and her lyrics are stunning. Each song is beautifully crafted and sung with passion. Suh's album is great for a raining day or a drive to somewhere unknown. Listen to it carefully and I am sure that Suh's music will have you hooked. The best tracks are Recognition, Harmony, Seasons Change, All I Want, and Fingertips.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Not to be confused with British vocalist Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie & the Banshees fame, Susie Suh is an American singer/songwriter -- specifically, a Korean-American singer/songwriter -- from Los Angeles. Suh favors an adult alternative/folk-rock approach along the lines of Fiona Apple, Sarah McLachlan, and former 'Til Tuesday singer turned solo star Aimee Mann (three of the singer/songwriters she has often been compared to). Although Suh has lived in the United States her entire life, both of...
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