Dichotomy - It's here and we can't get it to you fast enough!
It always amazes me when the final product actually comes out. There is just so much space between the beginning and the initial direction...and the actual end product. Dichotomy was a challenge from the onset. Mike Stanutz and I started still steeped in a late 50's sound and then something very psychedelic happened. Join us in our journey of a = b1 + b2.
1. Ordinary Day 2. Oleander 3. Horn 4. Chocolate 5. Rex 6. Faith Unfolding 7. Freedom 8. All Alone 9. Bike 10. Wicked Wild 11. Full Moon Soon 12. Dichotomy 13. Something Good 14. Rex Radio
"Wow. This isn't just a CD, it's an experience. We slide from the steamy, Baptist South (Oleander) to sizzling innuendo (Horn) to nail-you-to-the-chair reality (Bike). I had to play 'All Alone' three times -- it's utterly haunting. This is an album of poetry, intellect and sex -- not necessarily in that order."D. Wieler
"On her new CD, Sue Ramsay's voice, with its signature dark and smokey legato pushes, is like the craved-for chocolate that she so deftly writes about." Rita Di Ghent