Sweet Danger

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The woman who stormed Nashville with ’90s hits like “Drive South” has gone north—to New York City, to be exact, where this laid-back collaboration with producer Jason Miles was conceived. The sophisticated sound—pop tinged with jazz, R&B and bossa nova—may be a fair distance from the mainstream country with which Suzy made her name, but her voice is unmistakable and undimmed. The soothing Sweet Danger isn’t quite dangerous—in fact, sometimes it threatens to fade into pleasant background music. But thanks to the singer’s own enduring appeal and charisma, it always remains sweetly seductive.

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