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Old 05-15-2005, 05:05 PM   #16
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He would definitely know her if he heard her. She was huge for a few minutes. That Luka video ran like 24/7.
I remember that. I was in the fourth grade, and even I wanted to die from hearing that song so many times.
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Old 05-15-2005, 08:11 PM   #17
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Hey, I know Suzanna Vega!!! She had 99.9 F deg.

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people only like mark cohn when they occasionally hear that song on the easy listening station.

if you live in memphis and have half a brain, you are so bloody sick of that song.
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I liked her song Caramel, which was on the Closer soundtrack.
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"Gypsy" by Suzanne Vega is one of my all-time favorite songs.
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Is she the one who sung that enchanting song....

"Marlene on the wall"
That's her. It's a B-Side on the Cheap Thrills single, with an even more accoustic version of Toms Diner than was released as a single.

I'm rather shocked at mofo. There's a couple of people in here who I take it for granted will know at least something about any artist mentioned. He is one of them
But then I never knew Marc Cohn did the Walking In Memphis song, even though just yesterday I was listening to it on the radio and thinking I had to find out who sang it, because I could never remember lol.
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I'm rather shocked at mofo. There's a couple of people in here who I take it for granted will know at least something about any artist mentioned. He is one of them
It is odd. I'm a little worried about him but hopefully it's just a momentary blip. Perhaps a visual aid would help.

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I liked her song Caramel, which was on the Closer soundtrack.
Ah, now I think I remember hearing that (I loved that movie). That's a good sign.
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Solitude Standing is the only full record of hers that I own. Great album though.
You having second thoughts about the show, joyful?
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Eh, not really. I think I'm going to pass. Sometimes in this town mediocre things start to look good because there is such a dearth of truly good music that comes through here that I find myself going to things I'd never otherwise consider, you know, B-list people who were great 15 years ago like Michelle Shocked or, now, Suzanne Vega. But the singer-songwriter thing only works for me today when it's drop dead brilliant. They have to be like Tori Amos or Damien Rice, or of course the recent Springsteen solo tour, or Jeff Tweedy from Wilco when he does solo gigs, or else I get bored.
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