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Alexis P Suter is a twice nominated vocalist at the prestigious Blues Music Awards (2013, 2015) in the KoKo Taylor Vocalist of the year and Soul/Blues Vocalist categories presented by the Blues Foundation in Memphis, Tennessee.
A true vocal phenomenon, bass/baritone powerhouse Alexis P. Suter and her band began wowing audiences as regular performers at Levon Helm s Midnight Ramble and have been in high demand at North American Roots and Blues festivals, events, and venues ever since.
The firepower of this exciting band continues to capture attention with the follow-up to the critically acclaimed Love The Way You Roll CD
- Product Dimensions : 4.88 x 5.63 x 0.24 inches; 1.27 Ounces
- Manufacturer : American Showplace
- Original Release Date : 2016
- Date First Available : April 28, 2016
- Label : American Showplace
- ASIN : B01EXPXNZ6
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #335,696 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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The first cut, “Talk To Myself” is a powerhouse production that sets the tone for the big, deep, thundering voice of Alexis P. Suter. Hers is a voice that could threaten the stability of any wall, any venue. “Can’t Find a Reason” is a slow, pounding tear-jerker about the kind of deep, cutting love that gives nothing but pain and heartache. And Mama Alexis belts it out like she knows whereof she speaks. In spades.
“Another Place and Time” tells about the slow, pain-dripping agony of saying goodbye, a chore that makes you wish you were somewhere in another place and another time. “All For Loving You” is an up-beat, hard-driving wish for a magic castle, and a magic ability to drive away pain, wars, and everything bad. “Living In a World” asks the question, ‘What is wrong with you.’ It also provides a solution to the question: if you don’t want my love I’ll just go on living in a world without you. On this and several other cuts, John Ginty is featured on keys.
“Fool For You” is a moody, sad, heart-rending tale about a till-death-do-us-part kind of love that is, unfortunately, given to the wrong person.
“Don’t Ya Tell” is an up-tempo secret-keeper that warns the listener not to tell a soul that you saw big mama at five in the morning, at a place where she shouldn’t be. Guitar solos are by Jimmy Bennett.
All the arrangements for this set were done by Vicki Bell, who also provides vocal back-up, and guitar man Jimmy Bennett.
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