Written-By – Richman (tracks: 11), Manuel Verzosa (tracks: 3, 9), Salas-Humara (tracks: 2 to 4, 6 to 10)
GEMA Made in France
US release is called "Susan Across The Ocean"
Silos homepage reads:
<2Susan Across the Ocean
Recorded and mixed start to finish in 18 days by a band who had tested the material for months before live audiences, this is the 1993 Silos in all their glory. Mary Rowell had returned on violin and Manuel Verzosa added his effervescent personality, gorgeous voice and dogged work ethic to leader Walter Salas-Humara’s thoughtful songwriting and world weary pipes. This album burns with the hard won integrity of experienced musicians lurching forward through a blinding epiphany of new found purpose and is highlighted by the drop-dead beautiful title cut and bone-crunching rock workouts like Let's Take Some Drugs and Drive Around. And if the original songs weren't enough, the band shows it's impeccable taste by covering songs by Lucinda Williams and Jonathan Richman."