in 1985, the singer/songwriter suzanne vega edited her debut album. twenty-five years, and seven million albums sold later, suzanne is unanimously accepted as one of the most brilliant composers of his generation.
now she decides to reinterpret most of her songs in a personal and intimate way, creating four new theme albums that will be edited over the next two years? The first is this suzanne vega close up, vol. 1: love songs, which includes versions of the well-known ?marlene on the wall? and caramel a bossa nova favorite of the singer.
American singer-songwriter, born July 11, 1959 in Santa Monica, California, US.
New York City-based since 1962.
She is also refered to as the "Mother of MP3" as the original a capella version of Tom's Diner was used to develop the fine-tuning of the compression codec.
Small Blue Thing
(If You Were) In My Movie
Marlene On The Wall
(I'll Never Be) Your Maggie May
Songs In Red And Gray
CD, File, Vinyl, CDr
Music On Vinyl, Mystic Production, Cooking Vinyl, RGS Music, Amanuensis Productions, Amanuensis Productions
Argentina, Poland, Russian Federation, Ukraine, United States of America, Europe