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Album Review

Poison Love picks up where Buddy Miller's debut, Your Love and Other Lies, ended, offering a set of exhilarating traditional country laced with blues and soul. Half of the album was recorded with Emmylou Harris' backing band (Miller is its lead guitarist), including Harris on backing vocals, but those aren't the only tracks that kick. The entire album, from his sturdy originals to smart covers, demonstrates that he has superb taste and a flair for down-home, gritty performances. And although Miller is a terrific guitarist, he knows enough to keep his solos concise, serving the purpose of the song; that, in the end, is what makes Poison Love so good — it's an album of great songs, delivered without pretension and with a whole lot of heart.

Biography

Born: 06 September 1952 in Fairborn, OH

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Soulful Americana songwriter, singer, and producer Buddy Miller began his career in the early '60s as an upright bassist in high school bluegrass combos. Later, he traveled the back roads of America as an acoustic guitarist, eventually landing in New York City, where his Buddy Miller Band included a young Shawn Colvin on vocals and guitar. He also forged an enduring relationship with country-rock iconoclast Jim Lauderdale. Miller eventually landed in Nashville, where he did session guitar and vocal...
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