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Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega (Vega, Suzanne,)
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Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega
Author:
Vega, Suzanne, Search Author in Amazon Books

Publisher:
Interscope Records
ISBN:
B00008PRS4 Book Cover Image
Edition:
2003-04-22
Classification:
MCD 000435
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    - It's the rare singer-songwriter whose emotional confessions rise above bathos to find true resonance with their listeners; rarer still the one who can connect their audience with the plight of everyday strangers. Suzanne Vega not only managed that feat on her unlikely, child-abuse themed breakthrough hit "Luka" in `88, but opened the door for a renaissance of intelligent, female folk-oriented music in the decade that followed. This 21-track anthology spans Vega's career before and since, a chronicle of cool, sharp-eyed detachment infused by a restless, oft-underrated sense of musical invention that spans club-mixes (the "Tom's Diner" here was originally a "pirate" deejay mix by DNA that Vega wisely adopted), Latin jazz ("Caramel"), electro-percussive rhythm explorations ("Blood Makes Noise," "99.9F," and ""Woman on the Tier" from the
    - Luka Tom's Diner - DNA Marlene On the Wall Caramel 99.9 Degrees Farenheit Tired Of Sleeping Small Blue Thing Blood Makes Noise Left Of Center (I'll Never Be) Your Maggie May In Liverpool Gypsy Book Of Dreams No Cheap Thrill Calypso World Before Columbus Solitude Standing Penitent Rosemary The Queen And The Soldier (Live) Woman On The Tier (I'll See You Through)
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