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Southland of the Heart
Genres: Blues, Folk, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Muldaur's rich voice has only ripened with age. On this 1998 release, her roots-rock blend includes any style with the slightest hint of soul, including gospel, folk, blues, and R&B. The outstanding "Get Up, Get Ready" is ... more »
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Muldaur's rich voice has only ripened with age. On this 1998 release, her roots-rock blend includes any style with the slightest hint of soul, including gospel, folk, blues, and R&B. The outstanding "Get Up, Get Ready" is a smoky jazz-blues shuffle with support from Mike Thompson's liquid electric piano and the Chambers Brothers' gospel-tinged backup vocal. Bruce Cockburn's panoramic title track owns a country feel, while "Latersville" calls to mind, of all bands, Steely Dan. Two eerie and stark Greg Brown covers, a New Orleans-style workout, and a raunchy Chicago blues bring Muldaur full circle. --Marc Greilsamer
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firstname.lastname@example.org | Sunny Florida | 04/05/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Maria Muldaur sings accompanied by musicians who beautifully complement her bitter-sweet story telling. It is honest, musical and contemporary as today's news. We could wish for a better world but not for a better blues singer."
Marcio Hegenberg | Brazil | 11/22/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"To be honest, I didn't know Maria Muldaur. I heard "If I Were You" on the radio and then I found out her name. Bought the CD. To make a long story short: I got 4 other MM CDs and they all are great. Great voice, great songs, a very personal way to deliver all the songs, whether beautiful ballads or some great uptempo ones. Try "There's a Devil On The Loose", "One Short Life", "Think About You" and, of course, "If I Were You"."
She gets better all the time
Bill Lockley | Nottingham, Notts United Kingdom | 04/24/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"If you like Muldaur you will like this collection. I wouldn't be without it."