Susie Arioli Pennies From Heaven
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- Released: May 21, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Justin Time Records
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Personnel includes: Susie Arioli (vocals, drums); Ralph Sutton (piano); Jordan Officer (acoustic & electric guitars); Jeff Healy (acoustic guitar); Solon McDade, Colin Bray (upright bass).
Recorded at Studio Victor, Montreal, Canada in December 2001. Includes liner notes by Eric Plourde.
Personnel: Susie Arioli (vocals, snare drum); Jordan Officer (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Jeff Healey, Michael Jerome Browne (acoustic guitar); Solon McDade, Colin Bray (upright bass).
Audio Mixers: Danny Greenspoon; Billy Szawlowski.
Liner Note Author: Richard Flohil.
Recording information: Studio Victor, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (12/04/2001-12/14/2001).
Photographer: Claudine Sauv‚.
Translator: 쳌ric Plourde.
Arranger: Jordan Officer.
Pennies From Heaven, the Susie Arioli Swing Band's sophomore release, would prove to be Ralph Sutton's last recording session. The stride piano master appears on a hushed, haunting "Don't Explain" and a boogie-woogie romp called "Walter's Flat," composed by Arioli's fabulous guitarist, Jordan Officer, who again gets front-cover billing. Arioli's vocals are chipper and versatile, taking plainspoken delight in songs by Fats Waller, Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, and more. In a quirky twist, Arioli also serves as the band's drummer, softly tapping out four with brushes on a snare drum. Officer, bassist Solon McDade (or Colin Bray), and acoustic guitarist Michael Jerome Brown round out the group's offbeat, minimalistic lineup. Jeff Healey walks on for a Django-esque acoustic solo flight on "Having Fun," a Memphis Slim tune that one could imagine being sung by Patsy Cline. But the chief attraction is Officer, whose twangy, old-school archtop sound and sparse, witty phrasing suit everything from Nat King Cole-style swing ("No Regrets") to rockabilly ("Jordan's Boogie") to Chicago blues (Otis Rush's "Sit Down Baby"). ~ David R. Adler
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