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|2. I Don't Know Enough About You|
|3. Moments Like This|
|4. Winter Weather|
|5. Some Cats Know|
|6. Everything Is Moving Too Fast|
|7. Waitin' For The Train To Come In|
|8. The Freedom Train|
|9. Black Coffee|
|10. A Woman Alone With The Blues|
|11. For Every Man Ther's A Woman|
|12. I'm Gonna Go Fishin'|
At the young age of 58, I have even enjoyed her so-called "children's" albums.
This album is perfection, from song selection to the wionderful musicians and most of all Maria's lovelysexybluesyjazzy vocals.
This is a "must have" for any Muldaur fan, any fan of Ms. Lee and any pop music lover in general.
Great bluesy interpretations of 1 great singer's songs by another... both artists have had so much to offer, & this album is a joy.Published 5 months ago by Tom Surynt
to me, Maria Muldaur is "queen of the blues." I like Peggy Lee so this disc was a must. no disappointment! every selection gets a
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Maria is 70 years old sings like she has blues in her soul. Loved this CD. I loved this DPublished 14 months ago by Victoria MACdONALD
There are a few terrific renditions of the songs Peggy made her's and Maria shines. But there are some that are not hits for Peggy or Maria.Published 16 months ago by Dennis F.
My dad really loved Peggy Lee, so I grew up hearing a lot of her songs. I kind of liked a few of her songs but there was something sort of monotone to me about the way she sang... Read morePublished on May 16, 2008 by Avocadess
For some reason I could never stand Peggy Lee; can't quite put my finger on it but perhaps it was something about her voice that irritated me. Read morePublished on March 30, 2007 by David L Hutchins
A Woman Alone With the Blues
Telarc Records CD-83568
Faced with memorial albums, such as this tribute to Peggy Lee, the critic often... Read more
I absolutely love this album by Maria Muldaur. It may be a homage to the late Peggy Lee but Muldaur makes the songs her own. Read morePublished on May 14, 2005 by Dennis Lee Cleven