» » Suzanne - Oh Suzanne
Suzanne - Oh Suzanne mp3 track

Suzanne - Oh Suzanne mp3 track

MP3 1535 mb. | FLAC 1544 mb. | WMA 1995 mb.

Performer: Suzanne
Title: Oh Suzanne
Category: Rock / Pop / World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.7 ✦

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Oh Suzanna
A2 Chelsea Morning
Arranged By – Malcolm HaymanWritten-By – Joni Mitchell
A3 Sunlight
Written By – C. Powers
A4 Sisters Of Mercy
Written-By – Leonard Cohen
A5 Stand By Your Man
Written By – Sherill-Wynette
A6 Here There And Everywhere
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
A7 Everybody's Talking
Written By – F. Neil
B1 Oh Suzanna
B2 Ferris Wheel
Written By – Keith
B3 The Very First Time
Arranged By – Malcolm HaymanWritten-By – Jake Holmes
B4 Let It Be
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
B5 Woodstock
Written-By – Joni Mitchell
B6 Both Sides Now
Arranged By – Malcolm HaymanWritten-By – Joni Mitchell
B7 Carolina In My Mind
Written-By – James Taylor
B8 Oh Suzanna


  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Dennis Mason
  • Arranged By – Bruce Robinson
  • Art Direction – Dale Wrightson
  • Bass – Dave Orams
  • Coordinator [Album Co-Ordinator] – John McCready
  • Drums – Bruno Lawrence
  • Engineer – Peter Hitchcock
  • Flute, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – John McCormick
  • Guitar – Bruce Robinson, Malcolm Hayman
  • Guitar, Trumpet – Kevin Furey
  • Organ, Piano – Rufus Rehu
  • Photography – Ian Munroe
  • Producer – Peter Dawkins


Made in New Zealand by Philips Records
Released in N.Z. by Polygram

Suzanne" is a song written by Canadian poet and musician Leonard Cohen in the 1960s. First published as a poem in 1966, it was recorded as a song by Judy Collins in the same year, and Cohen performed it as his debut single, from his 1967 album Songs of Leonard Cohen. Many other artists have recorded versions, and it has become one of the most-covered songs in Cohen's catalogue. In 2006, Pitchfork Media listed the song No. 41 on their list of "The Top Songs of the 1960s".

Running fast, running deep No time to lose, no memories to keep No future left to lose Hearts entwine, rules are signed No peace of mind, no tears left to weep No feelings to confuse. Another stray affair For those who care To cry for Like a cold night wind With an open door To run for. Oh suzanne She's out to get that man Oh suzanne He ran before the end began

On Suzanne's first album she sings This Girl's In Love, Traces, Island, I Love How You Love Me, and San Jose in her own characteristic style. Hal David and Burt Bacharach are represented, in her opinion, by three of their best songs. Suzanne, with a French Canadian background is only 21 and has been singing locally for only a short while when she was discovered by Toronto songwriter Greg Hambleton. Keep your ears open as you are going to be hearing a lot more from Suzanne.

February 5, 2018 In News. Extraordinary new age meets ’60s inspired folk. Danish singer-songwriter Suzanne Menzel’s Goodbyes and Beginnings is being reissued, this February via Frederiksberg Records. The LP was Menzel’s sole studio album, and features pioneering Danish producer and collaborator Klaus Schønning reimagining her ethereal vocals with electronic instrumentals.

Los Angeles, Mommy to my 2 amazing boys & 3 amazing step-kids! We're one short of a 6 pack!. I love animals & I love kids!

Suzanne Vega has a gift for penning intimate songs, but the theatrical venue for her Dubai Opera performance on Thursday is apt because the 58-year-old New Yorker makes her regional concert debut on the back of her latest album, Lover, Beloved: Songs from an Evening with Carson McCullers. The album is a career retrospective in a way, but not of Vega’s work: it’s a tribute to one of her heroes

Suzanne Verdal said in The Guardian, December 13, 2008: "Leonard was a friend of my husband, Armand. We were all hanging at the same places in Montreal - Le Bistro, Le Vieux Moulin, which was the place to dance to jazz. The first night came to my apartment, he was charming, shy. I don't think he knew what he was doing, and he never sang a note '" "He came back the next afternoon and sang me 'Suzanne,' 'Dress Rehearsal Rag' and 'The Stranger Song. and the next day he came back and sang 'Suzanne' again and I recorded it shortly thereafter. There was no question immediately that it was a classic. There's a spiritual center to it that's authentic.