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A Woman Alone with the Blues...remembering Peggy Lee by Maria Muldaur

Maria Muldaur could always sing the blues, and sing them well. I recall two selections she recorded in the year 1973, "Don't You Make Me High" and "Midnight at the Oasis," and have followed her music career since. Over the years she developed into one of the finest blues and jazz vocalists performing, and with her release, A WOMAN ALONE WITH THE BLUES...REMEMBERING PEGGY LEE, she again reveals the vocal gifts that have made her an enduring and popular singer for over 30 years.

As a tribute collection of songs to the late jazz vocalist Peggy Lee, this is a memorable outing for the jazz listening audience. There are 12 songs in the CD collection. Among them are Peggy Lee's finest songs. "Fever," "Moments Like This," "Winter Weather," "Some Cats Know," "Everything Is Moving Too Fast," "Black Coffee," "A Woman Alone With The Blues," "For Every Man There's a Woman," and "I'm Gonna Go Fishin'," are among the fine songs featured on this CD.

If you like Maria Muldaur and Peggy Lee, this is the perfect CD collection for your listening pleasure. Flawless recording. Highly recommended.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Maria Muldaur
  • CD Title: A Woman Alone with the Blues...remembering Peggy Lee
  • Genre: Jazz Vocals
  • Year Released: 2003
  • Record Label: Telarc
  • Musicians: Maria Muldaur, vocals. Various guest artists including David Torkanowsky on piano, Jeff Lewis on trumpet, among others.
  • Rating: Five Stars
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