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Come and Find It

by Jill Suttie

Catchy, soulful, quirky songs in a rocking roots tradition, with folk/country influence and clear, soaring vocals to make it heartfelt. A kind of Natalie Merchant meets The Cranberries, but with an original twist and a tight, kick-ass band.
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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1. Come and Find It
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2. Skin Deep
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3. All Night Long
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4. One More Time
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5. Won't Give Up
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6. Melancholy Mind
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7. I Can't Swim Inside Your Wake
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8. Empty Bottles
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9. Don't Name a Highway After Me
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10. Fall in California
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Album Notes
A fun blend of ballads and danceable tunes that I wrote over the course of the last four years - some commentaries on our current condition; some more personal and reflective. I was lucky enough to get the best players in the business to grace this album: Stef Burns, the virtuoso lead guitarist for Huey Lewis and the News, and for Italian pop star, Vasco; John Mader, rock drummer extraordinaire, who played in the orchestra for the play Wicked when it toured San Francisco, as well as for Steve Miller, Pat Benatar, Booker T, and a host of others; and Curtis Ohlson, former bass player for Booker T, who once toured with Ray Charles. These guys can really rock, but still get a delicate sound when needed.

My own interest in singing started when I was young, harmonizing with my sisters while my mom played the piano and sang Christmas carols, pop tunes, and old jazz standards. I began to play guitar in my teens, joined a band with my singer/songwriter boyfriend turned husband, Don Arbor, who has three CD's of his own, and, after playing and singing for decades, I finally decided, hey, I should write some songs myself. My first CD of original songs, Lucky Girl, came out in 2008. This is my second CD, a truly eclectic mix of rock and country and folk and pop that is a labor of love.

When not making music, I write and edit book reviews and articles for Greater Good, a publication of the University of California, Berkeley [greatergood.berkeley.edu], that covers cutting edge research on positive human behavior and emotion, like altruism, compassion, forgiveness, and happiness, to name a few. I also have two teenage boys, who, believe it or not, like my songs. I'm not kidding!



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East coast fan

Thoughtful lyrics with rocking music
Sound vocals, tight band, and it's great to have thoughtful lyrics from a woman's perspective in this genre. Smart rock.