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Posted: 05-Nov-2006, 01:40 PM
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Susan Rhea’s self-produced album – “Come by the Hills” contains a refreshing mix of spiritual tracks that will have you swaying and singing along to her strong and beautiful voice. Like the autumn breeze, you will be swept away to her world of falling leaves and memorizing melodies as she gently introduces you to each and every one of her songs.

Come by the Hills is really one of the best new interpretations of this song that we have heard in years. With certain creative ingenious, Sarah has mixed and breathed new life to a very old song! There is no reason why you should not hear this on Top 40 radio – in our opinion! Susan sings with such emotion and clarity that you will be swept away with her powerful track – An Fhuinneog. She continues with “Forgiven” – a beautiful mix of Alleluias and the upbeat song – Wideness – which moves along to such a pleasant and welcoming beat. These were are favorite tracks, but it was really hard not to chose them all!

Celtic Radio highly recommends “Come by the Hills” to add to your music collection. We are certain that we will be hearing more from Susan and look forward to her next album!


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