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Crow

by Little Sue

Crow is the nocturnal further-thought to the heartache and tarnation of Little Sue's debut CD, Chimneys and Fishes. This second recording has the same back porch romp and charm as her first, but is more spacious, confident and refined.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Down To You
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2. Crow
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3. Sweetie
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4. Strong
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5. Warning Trains
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6. Nilsson
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7. In the Morning
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8. Ode To Lynnie Mae
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9. Down
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10. These Days
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Album Notes
“Crow”
" ...few flaunt true country roots as proudly or convincingly as Portland's own Little Sue does on her second CD, “Crow”....There's nothing “alt” about this record... Weaver balances fireside warmth and harsh worldliness in both her singing and her songwriting. "
Willamette Week ~ February 1999

“Crow”, rather than being a mere sequel to Weaver's delicate brand of country on the first release, takes her rootsy leanings and spreads them out into some gorgeous, soaring pop territory.

Statesman Journal ~ February 1999

"...Beautifully dark yet redemptive album. Weaver's voice floats among her striking images with the assurance of a seasoned artist. She has a genius for anchoring her mystical side with an earthiness... "
The Oregonian ~ February 1999


" ...a gem of a sophomore effort...There is not a single weak song among the ten tracks. "
Country Standard Time ~ May 1999

" Her originals would be just as comfortable in Neil Young's “After the Gold Rush” back pocket as they would be in Nashville or Bakersfield 25 years ago. The lead-off track “Down to You”, is simply a great song for any era or any place. “Crow” is a big statement...music that falls outside the borders of calculated marketing schemes and tedious trends. She'll be ridin' high when the rest of this town runs out of hair dye."
The Rocket ~ April 1999

" Her new collection of tunes is confident and catchy...Her coal-country twang and street smart yet vulnerable image put Little Sue on the map as one of Portland's most authentic old-school country artists. "
City Search ~ March 1999

" ...throughout there is still that voice...The twisting twang is still there, and certainly all the charm, but it's been rounded, polished and softened just a wee bit...that last track gives me a big ol'grin every time I here it. "
Anodyne ~ March 1999


" Songs like “Nilsson” and “Ode to Lynnie Mae” bring us to understand why Susannah Weaver is the hottest commodity around. Little Sue's unique style of country and the quality of this new album put “Crow” in the running for best of the year. "
Groovacious Platters ~ March 1999

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Howard Walter

CROW
very well crafted songs, excellent musicianship and of course Little Sue's vocals make this a pleasurable experience now and into the future.
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