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Great Album Retro Review: Suzanne Vega By Suzanne Vega

Returning to the ’80s, which is where a very sizeable chunk of my favorite music originates, so get used to it, I will once again review what I think is a great album. 535 more words

Pop Culture

Suzanne Vega (Meltdown, Queen Elizabeth Hall)

A slice of New York came to the Southbank Centre last weekend as the Meltdown Festival drew to a close; this year, Robert Smith from The Cure has curated an interesting mix of musicians, and it was good to share the first date of Vega’s international tour – taking in Dubai, Australia, New Zealand, and back to the UK – with an appreciative audience at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. 228 more words

Concerts

Favorite Lyrics: Suzanne Vega - "Small Blue Thing"

Today I am
A small blue thing
Like a marble
Or an eye

With my knees against my mouth
I am perfectly round
I am watching you… 132 more words

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Suzanne Vega (The '59) #167

The ’59 2018 #167: 180616

Suzanne Vega (1985)

Suzanne Vega’s debut album was released in 1985. Well-received by music journalists, it reached platinum status in the UK and produced the international hit single ‘Marlene on the wall’. 40 more words

The ‘59

Glen Marnoch Speyside Single Malt, 40%.

As part of their Father’s Day promotions Aldi have brought to the Irish market the award winning Glen Marnoch range of Single Malt Scotch Whisky. 332 more words

Scottish Whisky

Pandoramancy: Caught

(Thank the Gods, no frenzy today)

Today I am in a rather pensive mood, and there was music to match that mood…

Funny though I’d never thought to connect these two Suzanne Vega songs together in my brain, I am both surprised – and delighted – to see them presented together in this video. 33 more words

I Believe In Pandoramancy

A Rich Tapestry of Music: 5.9 - 5.15

Well, maybe Spring is upon us for a few days, giving us an opportunity to get out without bulky clothes.  This week we have three visiting jazz artists (as well as Tony Bennett at the State on Thursday) and six visiting artists in blues and roots. 1,372 more words

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