Suzanne Fellini - Suzanne Fellini album flac
Title: Suzanne Fellini
MP3 album: 1655 mb
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Suzanne Fellini only recorded one album during her musical career. As Days of Broken Arrows once said: Sometime around the start of 1980, radio stations started playing the hell out of a semi-novelty new wave song called Love on the Phone. Then they stopped playing it almost immediately. The song, it turned out, was by an unknown singer named Suzanne Fellini. It pretty much stayed that way for Fellini.
Suzanne Fellini had an ephemeral career (only recorded one album). American New Wave musician Suzanne Fellini and her band perform onstage at the Park West Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, May 7, 1980.
The album Suzanne Fellini was released on Casablanca Records in 1980. The label has a long history of partnerships and mergers with many music and film industry giants. It was a diverse label best remembered for the signing of Donna Summer and the success the label had with many of their disco artists. The label had also been the home of the rock band Kiss and other diverse musical acts such as,The Godz, Cher, The Village People, . ex and Buddy Miles. The Suzanne Fellini album featured an abundance of great tracks starting with the album’s opening track Double Take.
Suzanne Fellini is one of a number of artists that has been stranded on a beach in the history of New Wave; but her one album on Casablanca Records packed a neat pop punch. With a solid sound comparable to Blondie, Fellini had a minor FM radio hit with Love on the Phone, a witty exploration into a long-distance relationship before the age of the home computer. The ska-influenced beat of Bad Boy also received some minor radio airplay