A reissue of Susan's debut CD originally released in 1991. Human Factor was embraced by radio stations and music critics nation wide. The CD reached #7 on the Radio and Records Back Page with the strong support of stations like KTWV The Wave in Los Angeles and WQCD in New York. This success enabled Susan to spend 1991 and 1992 touring with artists, Graham Nash, David Wilcox, and jazz guitarist Grant Geissman. She also opened shows for Etta James and Cassandra Wilson. 'A tremendous new talent' Jim Ladd, DJ (KLXS Los Angeles) and author. 'The next Rickie Lee Jones, Joni Mitchell or Suzanne Vega' Glenn Mitchell, The Dallas Observer Pursuing passion in music is SUSAN J. PAUL. Vibrant instincts as a creative artist are reflected in each of her four critically acclaimed releases' 'Human Factor' (1991), 'Naked Heart' (1997), 'We Will Remember'(2002), and 'Big Love' (2004). Here in her music, Susan blends soulful vocals with jazz, rock, and blues. Ralph Stewart, long-time Music Director at KTWV (94.7, The Wave) puts it best when he says," The most exciting part of this business is the hope of running across an occasional Susan J. Paul in your career.' This immediate acceptance in the industry allowed Susan's first album 'Human Factor' to rise to number seven on the Adult Contemporary Charts right behind Sting's 'Soul Cages', receiving airplay on over 210 radio stations nationwide. Jim Ladd, disc jockey and author, describes Susan as 'a tremendous talent.' He often plays cuts from her albums on his show (KLOS 95.5). This ability to bridge the gap between jazz and rock has allowed her to tour with David Wilcox, and Graham Nash. 'Her infectious voice,' as Jonathan Widran (Music Connection Magazine) describes it, has lent itself to the 'Simply The Best' Toyota commercial, and song credits for the movie 'Wild Grizzly'. Although the past few years have been shrouded by a diagnosis, a treatment, and a triumph over cancer, Susan's creative force has never been stronger. This victory is expressed in song on her new CD 'Big Love'. 'My songs have always been about my journey, my unraveling. Every song feels like the first.'