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Suzanne Vega: New Waif Music

Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Sunday Express Magazine, November 1987

Suzanne Vega is, on her own admission, a most unlikely rock star. On stage at Sydney’s Town Hall, rooted to the spot and hung with ...

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Suzanne Vega: Live At The LSE, London.

Live Review by Mick Brown, Guardian, The, 1985

Chess metaphors, the myth of Odysseus and the woman he left behind, being a "small blue thing", and, possibly if you listen hard enough, love ...

Suzanne Vega: Vaguely Seeking Suzanne

Interview by Mat Snow, New Musical Express, October 1985

I'D NEVER BEEN to a coffee-shop in New York's Greenwich Village before, but the Paradise was just as I'd imagined such a place to be ...

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Profile and Interview by Steve Turner, Q, 1986

Suzanne Vega had a feeling and tried to imagine what shape this feeling would have if it had been an object. She imagined it small ...

Suzanne Vega: A Darker Shade Of Pale

Interview by Bill Prince, New Musical Express, May 1986

WHO ARE the Dark People? We're told with typically elliptical detatchment by The Face that they're young Italian fatalists, spotted at parties in Turin and ...

Suzanne Vega: Oh Suzanna!

Interview by Max Bell, Number One, July 1986

Max Bell meets Suzanne Vega. Pretty cosmic. ...

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Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, January 1988

THE FIRST time Suzanne Vega says "oral sex" it is most physically disturbing. But you get used to it after a while. Look, she's saying ...

Suzanne Vega: Godmother Of New Age

Interview by Len Brown, New Musical Express, April 1990

Suzanne Vega was brought up as a Puerto Rican, attended the neo-legendary New York School Of Performing Arts and went on to become the sensitive ...

Suzanne Vega's Book of Dreams, Pt. 1

Interview by Paul Zollo, SongTalk, Winter 1991

"ALL THE MYSTERIES of life come in A minor," Suzanne Vega said, curled up on a couch in Hollywood. ...

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Interview by Lucy O'Brien, Independent, The, February 1997

"I can't listen to Days of Open Hand without feeling like I'm getting hives. It was such a difficult album to make, I was doing ...

Suzanne Vega: Blue Notes

Profile and Interview by David Burke, R2/Rock'n'Reel, November 2007

THE SONG 'Bound' on Suzanne Vega's quite brilliant new album, Beauty & Crime, finds her wondering "if you might still want me". ...

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