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Besides her looks she's also a good musician and singer, really like her style and voice. After all these years she still sounds pretty much the same, very sexy :). Her solo stuff is maybe a bit less catchy than the Bangles music, but still very good and definately underrated! Responder Ver 2 respostas Notifique-me 3 Helpful. Listas Adicionar a Lista.
Susanna Hoffs is the second solo album by Susanna Hoffs. The style of the album is more folk-oriented than her earlier work. Columbia Records hated and disagreed with this style and dropped her from their roster, resulting in Hoffs signing to London Records. The album is much more personal and deals with issues like abusive relationships and insecurities; "Weak With Love" is about John Lennon's assassination. The album was promoted by forming a band for an extensive tour.
From the new liner note by Paul Myers: For me, says Susanna Hoffs, making these recordings just felt like two music nerds getting together and having a really good time playing and recording songs that we worship. Hoffs, a founding member of The Bangles, is fondly recalling the period between 2. yplaydirect.
Combining originals with well-chosen covers like the Lightning Seeds' "All I Want," the album is an infectious and engaging set of melodic pop that also happens to be Hoffs' most introspective and personal record to date. The combination of sweet melodies and reflective songwriting makes Susanna Hoffs a remarkable artistic comeback from a performer that many would have thought was past her prime. While in her teens, Robin began singing and performing in folk-rock clubs in southern California. From 1968 to 1970 she was married to future Police lead guitarist Andy Summers. In 1969, she sang backing vocals on the song "Round & Round" on Neil Young's album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere.
Susanna Hoffs, meanwhile, is best known as the front woman for the 1980s group The Bangles, the group that taught you to Walk Like an Egyptian and did that Manic Monday song you used to like. They may not seem like the likeliest pair to get together for musical pursuits, but somehow, it’s a pairing that works. Matthew Sweet Susanna Hoffs Under The Covers Project. Since 2006, Sweet and Hoffs have released three Under the Covers albums, and each one serves as a love letter of sorts to a specific decade. The first volume of Under the Covers features songs from the usual 1960s suspects: Dylan, the Beatles, Neil Young, the Beach Boys, and so on. The songs that are the best are highly dependent on which originals you prefer, since again, there’s no real creative license taken with any of these tunes. Still, there are some empirical truths.
Since the release of her last solo album in 1996, Susanna Hoffs has stayed busy with the re-formed Bangles for two albums and recording two albums of covers with her friend Matthew Sweet. The covers albums were nostalgic exercises and the Bangles albums were decent enough; the most recent one, 2011's Sweetheart of the Sun, even had some moments that nearly captured the feel of the band's earliest recordings . No tracks could be verified as accurate You may have a different pressing from the one(s) in the database. End of status report. - ––––– Singles ––––– –
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- Co-producer – David Kitay (tracks: 1, 3, 4, 5)
- Producer – Matt Wallace (tracks: 2)
- Producer, Mixed By – Jack Joseph Puig