Susan Christie is an American singer-songwriter from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She had a minor hit with the novelty song "I Love Onions". The track, which peaked at #63 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1966. Christie recorded an album in 1970, Paint a Lady. Described as "psychedelic folk music", the album went unreleased by Columbia, which considered it to be non-commercial, and Christie was dropped from the label. The album, of which only three vinyl copies were ever pressed, languished in obscurity until 2006, when Manchester-based DJ Andy Votel received a copy and brought the album renewed attention and a CD release. Christie participated in the 2008 "Lost Ladies of Folk" project spearheaded by Votel and his spouse, recording artist Jane Weaver, performing in concert at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and appearing on the compilation album Bearded Ladies. In 2010, Christie appeared as a guest artist on Weaver's album The Fallen By Watch Bird.
Tracklist: 1. Rainy Day 2. Paint a Lady 3. For the Love of a Soldier 4. Ghost Riders in the Sky 5. Yesterday. Where's My Mind? 6. Echo in Your Mind 7. When Love Comes 8. No One Can Hear You Cry