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Crazy love

Just came home from a fishing trip and a visit with the folks, my wife hurriedly jumps on the PC to finish a work presentation, while I prepare dinner. I sit down to eat and I see the movie Phenomenon, with John Travolta, of course I can't resist seeing it again. The scene where the character George Malley is getting his hair cut by his love interest, has playing in the backround, love, love, love crazy love by Susan Marshall. The song just made me realize how lucky I am to have a wife who loves me this much and I had to interupt her work just to let her know the "crazy love" I am feeling for her. My appreciation for this song made me put this song on my itunes wish list. I also found a amazing artist whose sound is more like a Jazzy/blues lounge singer than the 'Pop' description assigned to the title. BTW, If you are looking for an original song to play at your wedding reception for the traditional first dance, I believe this would be a 'great' choice.


With a voice like that she should already be a star. If you do not take a minute to review this lady you are not right.


Pairs nicely with red wine!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Soulful Tennessee-based singer/songwriter Susan Marshall began her music career as a classical singer before becoming a successful backup vocalist for the likes of Lenny Kravitz, the Afghan Whigs, Cat Power, and Lucinda Williams. Raised in Memphis, Marshall spent her formative years soaking up the region's rich musical legacy, honing her own impressive pipes while listening to Otis Redding, Al Green, Mavis Staples, and Elvis Presley. She relocated to New York City in her early twenties, where she...
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