Since charming her way onto the charts with sly interpretations of nuggets like "Midnight at the Oasis" and Danny and Blue Lu Barker's lascivious "Don't You Feel My Leg," Maria Muldaur has only gotten better. Lo these many eons later, her voice has deepened and acquired more texture while her repertoire has expanded exponentially along with her ability to uniquely render a tune. On a string of superb albums stretching back decades, she has covered jazz, gospel, blues, and the myriad sounds of Louisiana in addition to paying tribute to Peggy Lee, Charles Brown, and Bob Dylan. Her latest is a remarkable and timely concept album focused on a progressive agenda of peace, understanding, and social justice. Taking its title from an... More >>>