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8 thoughts on “ Suffragette City ”

  1. Gall says:
    Recorded towards the end of the Ziggy Stardust sessions, “Suffragette City” is a trademark piece of early s Bowie glam, with a piano riff heavily influenced by Little Richard, a lyrical reference to the film A Clockwork Orange (the word “droogie”) and the sing-along hook "Wham bam thank you ma'am!”, and an influence on the punk rock movement that came several years after the song's release.
  2. Shaktilrajas says:
    Suffragette City Lyrics: (Hey man) oh leave me alone you know / (Hey man) oh Henry, get off the phone, I gotta / (Hey man) I gotta straighten my face / This mellow thighed chick just put my spine.
  3. Jukus says:
    Sep 26,  · Suffragette City draws on nineteenth- and twentieth-century architectural case studies from the English-speaking world, including the USA, South Africa, Scotland, India and England, to examine places and moments when women stepped into the centre of public life and claimed opportunities to shape the fabrics of their communities.
  4. Akira says:
    A "Suffragette" is a woman involved in the women's suffrage movement (trying to get the right to vote). A London newspaper was the first to use the term, and did so in a derogatory manner. In England, women got voting rights in In the US, it was
  5. Goltimuro says:
    Bowie's “Suffragette City” first appeared on the album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. The album is largely a concept album based on the life of the fictitious rock star and Bowie's alter ego, Ziggy Stardust.
  6. Maugore says:
    General CommentI agree with davidbeauy's analysis on most points, but I always felt that Suffragette City wasn't a person, but a place specifically a brothel. Context-wise, the song could go either way, but the name itself ("City"), calls to mind location and wiht a name like Suffragette City, it would have to be either a brothel (or strip club, enough bands were known to frequent them after shows) or some sort of 4/5(7).
  7. Grozil says:
    One City. One Movement. A World of Stories.
  8. Fesida says:
    Oct 10,  · It's a certain type of woman--perhaps a strong woman--maybe a militant one. These days we might say feminist instead. So I think it makes sense in the context of Ziggy that being with a strong purposeful woman could be termed "suffragette city" as a different place, a different world from the place where Henry hangs out.

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