self titled1969 - CANADA
BIRCHMOUNT records BM501 STEREO
Available in hibitrate AAC format from original LP.
Fabulous tragically beautiful gloomy breezy pop psychedelia from French(Montreal) Canada
sung by Suzanne in a fragile girl coming into womanhood quiver.
As rare and kinda similar in vein as the another Birchmount record, the Mary Saxton 'Sad Eyes' LP.
The 5 songs Suzanne sings penned by the Hambleton brothers ( Greg and Fergus) of the Canadian Psychedelic Group A PASSING FANCY are standouts of this LP and are the real reason to dig this LP! The Hambletons also Produce and play on this LP.
Suzanne sings the material in a Julie Cruze
(twin peaks) meets Velvet underground meets
Claudine without the accent.... The song "Island",
shows up on the Passing Fancy LP as a single, and
also another Birchmount LP by ex-shays vocalist,
Wayne Versage done in a bongo by the beach groove
but the Suzanne version nails the mood of what 'Island'
is saying in the lyrics.
PLAYERS on SUZANNE :
suzanne, a passing fancy, fergus hambleton, greg hambleton and other unlisted personelle
converted by firstname.lastname@example.org from original pressing
While speaking of the album by Wayne Versage (rip), he obviously had help from the Hambletons too
and Jay Telfer (rip) who was an early member of Passing Fancy but I do not know if he has any part
of the Suzanne LP because It's unknown when it was recorded, probably as early summer 1968
by looking at the cover tracks by originally by Burt Bacharach and Hal David.
An offshoot LP was released with the instrumental bed tracks from the
Suzanne Sessions called "tuesday's children" with some songs
not on Suzanne like instrumental to "i believe in sunshine" also a Passing Fancy track and was a hit for Madrigal. On a few songs you hear Suzannes voice leak through.
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