Sue Palmer | Sue Palmer After Hours

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Sue Palmer After Hours

by Sue Palmer

Bluesy Jazz solo piano
Genre: Blues: Piano Blues
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1. After Hours
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2. Down the Road A Piece
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3. Boogie Noir
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4. Room Service Boogie
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5. Speakin' My Mind
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6. Frog Tongue Stomp
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7. Nice Work If You Can Get It
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8. Honeysuckle Rose Boogie
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9. Domino Boogie
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10. Caddo Boogie
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11. Rockhouse
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12. Lil' Rock Getaway
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13. La Vie en Rose
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sue Palmer's first solo album.
Recorded by Hiro in Rancho Santa Fe, CA in his living room on a beautiful Bosendorfer piano.



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E. Paul Henderson

Santa Cruz Scene
Be prepaired to smile! All of Sue Palmer's music is just plain fun!
Ignore the fact that Sue probably has the skills of a Chopin master, simply Relax and Boogie.
P.S. Her new solo album is truly amazing. Keep it in your car.

Michael Kinsman

Blues Review
Music aficionado/arts patron/sound engineer Hiro Ikezi invited Palmer into his sprawling estate in the exclusive Rancho Santa Fe neighborhood of San Diego and put her to work on his Bosendorfer grand piano. So here is the unmasked Palmer, sitting alone at the piano with no one to share the spotlight with.

The results are at once intoxicating and illuminating. Palmer digs deep into her repertoire for songs that not only fit her style, but also expand it a bit, pulling songs from as far back as the 1920s to complement her own five originals here.

Palmer struts on Avery Parrish's "After Hours," Edith Piaf's La Vie En Rose," Lovie Austin's "Frog Tongue Stomp," Fats Waller's "Honeysuckle Rose Boogie," the Gershwin Brother's "Nice Work If You Can Get It," and Sidney Bechet's "I'm Speaking My Mind." Clearly, these performances show off a broader range that we haven't often given the boogie woogie maven credit for.

Yet, by mixing those songs along with her own compositions such as "Boogie Noir," "Room Service Boogie," and "Domino Boogie," Palmer easily keeps the interest of listeners through all 13 instrumentals.

Perhaps the most interesting song here is the combination of Joe Sullivan's runaway train epic "Little Rock Getaway" with Palmer's "Ferraday Breakdown," turning a rollicking piano number into a tribute to the original piano pumper, Jerry Lee Lewis. You know w