Gold is the latest from Little Sue. Combining her penchant for pop with her outlaw-country sound and a hint of John Lennon, Sue has again spun her heartbreak into this shimmering fabric with seven originals plus a cover of the ELP classic, From the Beginning. On Gold, Little Sue recalls, "My heart has been broken many times, most recently in a complex and confusing way. Last year, as I sat crying about it, I heard the voice from departed friend and musical hero Jimmy Boyer, sounding as clear as when he said these very words to me over twenty years ago; 'Aw Lily, your heart's broke. Go home and write some songs'. So that's what I did hoping in some way to heal the gaping wound, and I turned them into Gold".
Gold is the latest from Little Sue. Combining her penchant for pop with her outlaw-country sound and a hint of John Lennon, Sue has again spun her heartbreak into this shimmering fabric with seven originals plus a cover of the ELP classic, From the Beginning. On Gold, Little Sue recalls, "My heart has been broken many times, most recently in a complex and confusing way. Last year, as I sat crying about it, I heard the voice from departed friend and musical hero Jimmy Boyer, sounding as clear as when he said these very words to me over twenty years ago; 'Aw Lily, your heart's broke. Go home and write some songs'. So that's what I did hoping in some way to heal the gaping wound, and I turned them into Gold".
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Gold
Artist: Little Sue
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Gold is the latest from Little Sue. Combining her penchant for pop with her outlaw-country sound and a hint of John Lennon, Sue has again spun her heartbreak into this shimmering fabric with seven originals plus a cover of the ELP classic, From the Beginning. On Gold, Little Sue recalls, "My heart has been broken many times, most recently in a complex and confusing way. Last year, as I sat crying about it, I heard the voice from departed friend and musical hero Jimmy Boyer, sounding as clear as when he said these very words to me over twenty years ago; 'Aw Lily, your heart's broke. Go home and write some songs'. So that's what I did hoping in some way to heal the gaping wound, and I turned them into Gold".