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Giver - The Suffers - The Suffers (CD, Album)

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  1. Comment by The Suffers. @james-gillispie: he good. TZ Comment by The Suffers. @dominic-antonio-crossey: Thank you! Actually, "Steamy-hot lovin', dirty-water soul thang" was the original title of the song but "Giver" fit the artwork better. TZ Comment by The Suffers.
  2. Giver Lyrics. Peanuts Lyrics. About “The Suffers ” “The Suffers ” Q&A. Album Credits. Producers Patrick Kelly, The Suffers & The Suffers, David Boyle. Writers Abram Zamora.
  3. Features Song Lyrics for The Suffers's The Suffers album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
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  6. The Suffers are a Houston funk group with a knack for bittersweet melodies and impeccable arrangements. Their self-titled debut LP is a wonderful collection of danceable, heartfelt (if kinda cheesy) soul. If you're a fan of acts like Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley, or Menahan Street Band, this'll be right up your alley.
  7. The Suffers' sound is steeped in what the band calls ''Gulf Coast Soul,'' as well as elements of ska, Southern hip-hop, classic soul, rock 'n' roll and especially reggae. In fact, the group's name comes from a line in a famous late-'70s reggae film called ''Rockers.''/5(54).
  8. Suffers [VINYL] LP The big closer "Giver" extending over seven minutes is soul stunner building layer upon layer with Franklin nailing it so effectively that she echoes the great singers like Mavis Staples. In between there is a range of tracks such as the sprightly "Make some room" which is pure old blue eyed soul whilst the up-tempo "Gwan /5(31).

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