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Review: Susanna Hoffs – Some Summer Days EP


Susanna Hoffs - Some Summer Days EP coverAs if the new solo album Someday wasn’t enough, Susanna Hoffs also released Some Summer Days as a taster, a five song EP featuring alternative versions of some of those songs. Equally melodic and filled with sunny 60s vibes, it’s a near-perfect pop record.

The five original songs (no cover versions) on Some Summer Days feature a cocktail of pop, folk and dash of rock, relaxed grooves, jangly guitars and trademark vocal harmonies.

Raining, One Day and Always Enough are re-workings of Someday album tracks. Petit Chanson (little song) and Summer Daze are the bookends, sing-along, strum-along or straight easy listening (no jibe) for a lazy day outside or in.

The Some Summer Days EP is an excellent starter or sweet for the Someday entree. RC

Related: Review Susanna Hoffs – Someday

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3 thoughts on “Review: Susanna Hoffs – Some Summer Days EP

  1. Good material; but surely you looked at these in the wrong order. Don’t artists release EP’s to promote upcoming albums? T.

    Posted by T. Kemiec | September 8, 2012, 6:52 am
  2. very good article! thanks!

    Posted by caroline ravagnani | January 20, 2013, 9:04 am

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