Stony Plain
Pop/Rock, Dance-Pop

Album Review

Instead of veering all over the musical map as she did on earlier albums, Muldaur picks a style, sticks to it and comes up with a winner. Heavy on jazz and blues standards by the likes of Duke Ellington, Andy Razaf and Sippie Wallace, including "Gee, Baby Ain't I Good to You" and the Billie Holiday hit "Lover Man," the album includes one modern tune by frequent Muldaur collaborator David Nichtern. Opening with a playful "Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love," this set benefits from pianists Mac Rebennack -- also known as Dr. John -- and Kenny Barron. Play this album for the one you love, at breakfast or any old time.
Mark Allan, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love
  2. Adam and Eve Had the Blues
  3. Blues for Hoagy (Laid Back Blues)
  4. There's Going to Be the Devil to Pay
  5. Sweet and Slow
  6. Brother, Seek and Ye Shall Find
  7. Oh Papa
  8. Lover Man
  9. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You
  10. Prelude to a Kiss
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