Richland Woman - Various - Roots Of The Blues (CD)

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  1. (The first album was "Richland Woman's Blues", taking the title from a song by Mississippi John Hurt so you know Maria is reaching for the blues roots, no question). Bessie Smith's "Put It Right Here" sticks out here. Blind Willie Johnson's classic religiously-tinged "Soul Of A Man" and Mississippi Fred McDowell's "I've Got To Move" get their /5(36).
  2. After performing various styles of folk, pop, blues and rock over the years, Maria returned to pay tribute to the roots of the blues. In Richland Woman Blues she sings the pared down style of the delta, having only acoustic, slide guitar or piano for backup. Throughout the cd Maria Muldaur exhibits her expressive vocal skills/5(29).
  3. This is a very good CD, and I would recommend it to any blues lover, and a lot of rock lovers. There are a few songs on there being performed by people you wouldn't normally expect to perform them. Case and point The Allman Brothers Band doing the 5/5(3).
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  5. Roots n' Blues Profile: "New mid-price series featuring the legendary names of the Blues" — advertisement in Nov. issue of Record Collector magazine (UK).
  6. Apr 16,  · Mississippi John Hurt playing Richland Woman Blues. This video is unavailable.
  7. May 30,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Mix - Maria D'Amato (Maria Muldaur) - Richland Woman () John Sebastian, Maria Muldaur - Woodstock NY Library Fair July 23, - Duration: Skebetine 46, views.
  8. Jan 27,  · Sat, Feb 25, 8PM $22adv/$25door Tickets here. Multi-Grammy nominee, Maria Muldaur, best known for her ’74 mega pop hit, Midnight at the Oasis, has recorded 40 solo albums covering all kinds of American Roots Music, including Jazz and Big Band, Blues, Gospel, R&B and “Bluesiana.” For this performance, as part of our Women in Music series, she’ll be .

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