Suzanne Lavine | Crystal Clear

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Crystal Clear

by Suzanne Lavine

Catchy, heartfelt jangle pop, influenced by The Beatles, R.E.M., and The Cranberries.
Genre: Pop: Jangle Pop
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1. Hangin' Around
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2. Hurry up and Kiss Me
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3. Crystal Clear
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4. Bridges
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5. Comfortable Chair
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6. Lucky Charm
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Album Notes
After an absence of 25 years from the music scene, Suzanne made her reappearance with her group The Vines from the 80s, as they reunited for a few shows. Inspired and rejuvenated, she began writing tunes for what became Crystal Clear, her debut six-song EP as a solo artist. Following the formula she used back in the day, Suzanne has created the same catchy, heartfelt jangle pop influenced by The Beatles, The Byrds and The Cranberries, she was always known for. After producing demos with singer/producer Hayley Cass, she began gathering musicians for the record. Starting with longtime friend, former band mate and bassist Marc Seligman, she then added drummer Seth Baer of the Ben Vaughn Quintet. The three went to London Sound Studio in Cherry Hill, NJ where Harris London recorded the basic tracks. Using her Hoboken days connections, Suzanne then reached out to vocalists Jon Fried and Deen Shoshkes, who she knew from the power pop band The Cucumbers, and now with The Campfire Flies. From her Philly connections she was able to wrangle local legend Cliff Hillis, who added guitar, keyboards, and backup vocals, as well as mixing/mastering services from his studio, The Hacienda, in Phoenixville, PA.

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