Suzanne Couch is really a singer, pianist, and songwriter who writes wonderfully nuanced tunes of love within the modern world, and even though the lilt and rhythms of her indigenous Jamaica are defintely within her work, she actually is first of all an R&B singer having a pop reach along with a jazz range. She started playing piano at age four, and analyzed the device under Audrey Cooper in the Jamaica College of Music from 1974 to 1976. In 1978 she remaining Jamaica for the U.S. to review piano in the University or college of Florida, so when she came back to Jamaica in 1980, she became a member of the band Local like a key pad player. Local also included her spouse Peter Sofa and lyricist Brian Jobson as users, and Suzanne and Jobson started writing tunes collectively (including “Fortunes of Like,” which made an appearance within the soundtrack to Stephanie Black’s Existence and Personal debt, a video documentary on Jamaica’s serious economic complications). Couch is a presented singer on many Jamaican record produces, like the vocal mixture of Steely & Clevie’s “Why,” a edition from the Carly Simon music which was the centerpiece of the 1990 recording Soundboy Clash on Profile Information, and Monty Alexander’s Many Streams to Cross, documented in 1995 at Suzanne and Peter’s personal Sofa Studios in Kingston. Lifeline, her debut recording, made an appearance in 2001 from Cane Juice Music, as well as the even more reggae-influenced Within the Tempo (which she co-produced with Richard Alderson and presented the veteran Jamaican tempo portion of Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare) implemented in 2005 from Canyon International.
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