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Maria Muldaur: Sweet Harmony (Reprise) *****

Review by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 28 February 1976

SALVATION HAS come down from the heaven's in the shape of Maria Muldaur's third album which finds the artist growing in leaps and bounds, moving ...

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Maria Muldaur: Maria Muldaur

Review by Mark Leviton, Phonograph Record, October 1973

I CONSIDER it unfair, even immoral, for Maria Muldaur to look and sing so well. I mean, a reviewer like myself can get pretty worked ...

Maria Muldaur: Maria Muldaur (Warner Brothers, Import)

Review by Ian MacDonald, New Musical Express, 27 October 1973

Maudlin Maria malady of rock ...

Maria Muldaur: A Singer Who Has the Pipes

Interview by Judith Sims, Rolling Stone, 31 January 1974

LOS ANGELES — "Not that many people are issued good voices," said Maria Muldaur, curled up on her hotel sofa on Christmas Eve, "That's probably ...

Stephen Stills, Maria Muldaur: Carnegie Hall, New York NY

Live Review by Ian Dove, The New York Times, 11 February 1974

Stephen Stills Gets Himself Together ...

Maria Muldaur: Sense and Sensuality

Interview by Jacoba Atlas, Melody Maker, 1 June 1974

MARIA MULDAUR sings of the joy of being a woman — and it's propelled her album into the charts. JACOBA ATLAS reports from Los Angeles. ...

Grateful Dead, Maria Muldaur, Commander Cody: Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles CA

Live Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 23 July 1974

THE GRATEFUL Dead and its good vibes competed with some decidedly bad ones from a too active, too physical security force at the Hollywood Bowl ...

Maria Muldaur

Report and Interview by David Rensin, Rolling Stone, 1 August 1974

THE AUDIENCE is expectant, the music strident, the voice rich and full-throated and sensuous. It's San Diego, the first stop on Maria Muldaur's 30-day road ...

Maria Muldaur: Waitress In A Donut Shop

Review by Bob Woffinden, New Musical Express, 16 November 1974

MARIA MULDAUR'S got class – no argument about it. It may have been a long, hard climb, but she is now receiving the attention she ...

The Muldaur Mystique

Interview by Barbara Charone, Hit Parader, December 1974

MARIA MULDAUR is a tease. That sexy helplessness she exudes by asking 'Won't You Feel My Leg' is only half the story. She'll turn the ...

Maria Muldaur: Maria's Magic Moment

Profile and Interview by Rob Partridge, Melody Maker, 10 May 1975

ENCORE time at Stony Brook, Long Island. Maria Muldaur had just finished an impressive set and the kids were yelling out for more of the ...

Maria Muldaur & Emmylou Harris Live

Live Review by Mitchell Cohen, Phonograph Record, July 1975

Maria Muldaur: Carnegie Hall, New York Emmylou Harris: Schaefer Music Festival, Central park, New York ...

Maria Muldaur: Ronnie Scott's, London

Live Review by Philip Norman, The Times, 23 July 1975

MARIA MULDAUR makes her first appearance in London with a week at Ronnie Scott's club — an unusual, even modest debut, one might think, for ...

Maria Muldaur: Ronnie Scott's, London

Live Review by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 26 July 1975

THE TROUBLE with Maria Muldaur is that she is so Goddamn talented it could make you sick. At Ronnie Scott's London, she was all the ...

Maria Muldaur: Maria Hangs Loose

Interview by Karl Dallas, Melody Maker, 2 August 1975

Maria Muldaur, the American singer who has just completed a highly-successful week at London's Ronnie Scott Club, talks to KARL DALLAS ...

Maria Muldaur: The Effect Is Underwhelming

Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 2 August 1975

Maria Muldaur: Ronnie Scott's, London ...

Maria Muldaur, Geoff Muldaur: The Great American Music Hall, San Francisco CA

Live Review by Philip Elwood, The San Francisco Examiner, 18 November 1975

Can't get enough of 'em ...

Maria Muldaur: Sweet Harmony (Warner Brothers)

Review by Miles, New Musical Express, 28 February 1976

"BECAUSE OF the eclectic nature of her thing Maria goes through a lot of different styles – that's her thing, that's what she does, that's ...

Maria Muldaur: Sweet Harmony (Reprise)

Review by Penny Valentine, Street Life, 6 March 1976

THE FIRST time I saw Maria Muldaur live she was magnificent. Which is unfortunate because it set a precedent she could never follow short of ...

Maria Muldaur: Bottom Line, New York NY

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 3 April 1976

Muldaur flowers ...

Maria Muldaur: Bottom Line, New York

Live Review by Toby Goldstein, Sounds, 17 April 1976

DRESSED IN a tight-fitting black lacy sweater, blue jeans and wall-to-wall confidence, Maria Muldaur sauntered on to the Bottom Line stage and made everyone feel ...

Maria Muldaur: Open Your Eyes (Warner Bros)

Review by Penny Valentine, Melody Maker, 18 August 1979

MUSICIANS WHO return after a hiatus as long as Muldaur's – since the confusion of Sweet Harmony – face several problems, not least over-effort. It's ...

Ave Maria (And Three Hosannas!): Maria Muldaur at Ronnie Scott’s, London

Live Review by Cynthia Rose, New Musical Express, 1983

FIVE YEARS ago New Year’s Eve, I watched Maria Muldaur seize a packed house at the closing of the gigantic Armadillo World Headquarters – last ...

Maria Muldaur: A Multifaceted Muldaur

Profile and Interview by Carol Cooper, Newsday, April 1996

"IF YOU THINK about it," Maria Muldaur remarked during a recent showcase for her new blues album, Fanning the Flames, "a tarantella is really just ...

Maria Muldaur's Perfect Moment

Retrospective by Michael Goldberg, Neumu, 18 August 2001

Maria Muldaur's solo debut: among the best albums of any era Long, long ago, a collaboration of producers, musicians and a singer ...

Maria Muldaur: Sweet and Sassy, Bawdy and Blue

Profile and Interview by Kirk Silsbee, Detroit Metro Times, 29 August 2007

WHEN SINGER Maria Muldaur takes the stage at this week's Detroit Jazz Festival, it will be a culmination of a chain of events that run ...

see also Geoff Muldaur

see also Jim Kweskin & the Jug Band

see also Amos Garrett


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