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Suzy Elkins - Glass Slippers (Just Hurt My Feet) (2003/2011)

10-08-2014, 08:07
Music | Country | Pop | FLAC / APE

Suzy Elkins - Glass Slippers (Just Hurt My Feet) (2003/2011)

Artist: Suzy Elkins
Title Of Album: Glass Slippers (Just Hurt My Feet)
Year Of Release: 2003/2011
Label: Vertical Records\ Bluewater Music Services Corp.
Genre: Country, Country Rock
Quality: Flac
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 35:36 Min
Total Size: 265 Mb


01. Bad Attitude 4:21
02. Get Lost 3:49
03. Milk and Honey 3:44
04. Ashes to Ashes 3:46
05. Tell It on the Line 2:53
06. Hwy 90 3:30
07. Pink Patio 4:11
08. Burnt Bridge 3:28
09. Too Fast 2:06
10. I Believe I Can Fly 3:43

Born in Fayetteville, Arkansas to a college professor and a homemaker and raised in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and the mid-western plains of Missouri, Suzy Elkins moved to Hattiesburg, Mississippi as a twelve-year-old and still calls it home. Coming of age an hour away from the Gulf Coast and two hours away from New Orleans gave some respite to the southern shade tree ennui of a small Mississippi town and life in the Bible belt.
Suzy's early influences combined the roots music of her home state and the radio signals tuned in from Chicago, Shreveport, Little Rock, and New Orleans which eventually brought the sounds of British rock to the south as well as the rest of the country. "Irma Thomas played at my first dance. I was also listening to The Beatles, The Stones, Marianne Faithfull, and Marty Robbins' gunfighter ballads." R.S. Field has sometimes called the melding of southern roots music with British invasion the "have mercy beat" or "mod-a-billy."

Her main influences continue to be a group of musicians who came out of this birthland and eventually migrated out of Mississippi to larger markets. This group includes Omar Dykes, Webb Wilder, R.S. Field, and Gerry "Phareaux" Felton.

As a songwriter, Suzy has written songs covered by Nanci Griffith, Webb Wilder, RRAF (R.S. Field), Toni Price, and Alan Rhody as well as her own projects. She signed with Bluewater Music in Nashville as a writer and artist.

After the birth of her son, Suzy moved back to Mississippi where she still plays shows both electric and acoustic, but before leaving Austin she recorded the tapes that would become the cd, GLASS SLIPPERS (Just Hurt My Feet) (Vertical Records), a division of Bluewater Music, produced by her long-time pal and co-writer, R.S. Field. "I'm very pleased that this could come out and hope someone will want to dance along or just howl at the moon or cry with the sad notes! It rocks out very nicely, I think."

"Glass Slippers (Just Hurt My Feet)" is a pop/rock album with intriguing lyrics that tug your ear as it punches, rocks and never lets up.

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