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Maria Muldaur


Here's the latest from Maria and Oasis Productions:
- What People are saying about Maria Muldaur's new album- 'Maria Muldaur & Her Garden Of Joy
Muldaur's latest is a timely reminder that music can offer a ray of sunshine in the toughest of times. If days are dark and time is all you have to spend, Maria Muldaur's Garden Of Joy is a delightful place to spend it. more

- Steve Jones, Crossroads Blues Society
Muldaur's pace and phrasing are precise and her vocals are always sweet and sultry, whether singing in the style of the flapper era or deep in the blues. She has turned in a great effort once again. She and her superb team of artists have truly produced a wonderful album of "Good Time Music for Hard Times!" more

- Richard Ludmerer, BluesWax
Maria Muldaur reminds us that Jug Band Music is Good Time Music. Muldaur is our national treasure and she helps to keep us young. more

- Mark Smith
Muldaur sounds positively energized by this return to her roots and delivers one of the best vocal performances in her long and storied career. more

- David Bowling
Garden Of Joy is a wonderful journey into the past, both for Muldaur and her fans. It is a zany album that will lift your spirits and make you smile, proving that, at times, you can go home. more

- Graham Clarke, Phoenix Blues Society - Bluesbytes
Jug band music has always been presented as a lighthearted escape from the things that trouble the soul. During these tough times, people need a nice change of pace from the everyday grind. Maria Muldaur & Her Garden of Joy provides a refreshing change of pace and is guaranteed to put a smile on your face and a hop in your step. more

- Mike Regenstreif, Folk Branches, 2009's a terrific, infectiously fun, set. Many of these tunes date back to the 1930s heyday of jug band music (or even earlier). It truly does feel like being in a garden of joy listening to Maria and a sublime collection of jug-loving musicians romp through old tunes like "Shout You Cats," and "The Panic is Gone." Great stuff. More, please! more

- Jim Musser, Folk Iowa City Press Citizen, 2009
This brand-new, copacetic beauty reunites the still vocally-elastic Muldaur with the ageless format AND revered old mates John Sebastian, David Grisman and Taj Mahal, plus her hotshot touring band (kudos to Neil Osborne for the R. Crumb-esque cover-art, btw). It's all bright, bouncy and ghostly cool. more

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