Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)

// October 5th, 2019 // David Bowie
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UK 10-inch pressing. Includes three tracks; Sue (Or in a Season of Crime), ‘Tis a Pity She Was a Whore and Sue (Or in a Season of Crime) [Radio Edit]. Parlophone. 2014.

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2 Responses to “Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)”

  1. Anonymous says:

    New Addition to a Bowie LP collector As my collection of vintage Bowie LPs keep growing I’m getting to the point that I’m needing to buy his new releases which aren’t that vintage anymore. I figured I would start with this one because it has a nostalgic element to the packaging and material. It’s on a 45rpm 10″ record. The sleeve was also reminiscent of vintage releases from the 1930-40s. I also hate collecting two of the same thing. Although Bowie released this song on his Blackstar LP this single version is for the jazz…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Right from the start, you went with that clown… Five stars, because… cripes, It’s David Bowie, for God’s sake! There shouldn’t be much more to say than that……but how are the SONGS?They’re a definite shift in music from TND, for sure. “Sue” is a smooth, silky freeform jazz number, with some dark lyrics (conveniently printed on the sleeve of the EP). The B-side, “‘Tis a Pity She’s a Whore” is… hmmm… very freeform. Almost like someone recorded a jam session then produced the hell out of it…

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