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||Black Muddy Water||Norma Waterson||4:21||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||St. Swithin's Day||Norma Waterson||2:56||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||God Loves a Drunk||Norma Waterson||4:41||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||The Birds Will Still Be Singing||Norma Waterson||2:56||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears||Norma Waterson||2:54||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||Rags and Old Iron||Norma Waterson||4:18||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||Pleasure and Pain||Norma Waterson||6:03||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||Hard Times Heart||Norma Waterson||3:20||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||There Is a Fountain In Christ's Blood||Norma Waterson||3:48||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||Anna Dixie||Norma Waterson||3:41||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
||Outside the Wall||Norma Waterson||6:14||USD 0.69||Ver en iTunes|
Reseña de álbum
It may have taken nearly 30 years for someone to suggest a Norma Waterson solo project, but the outcome was well worth the wait. Waterson's eponymous titled debut, with the exception of "There is a Fountain in Christ's Blood," isn't the traditional collection some would expect, but is filled with material from contemporary writers which makes it much closer in sound to the folk-rock of an artist like Richard Thompson. The record kicks off with a beautiful reading of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter's "Black Muddy River" and rolls through a range of songs by the likes of Thompson, Billy Bragg, Elvis Costello, Ben Harper and Norma's sister Lal. The backing is sympathetic throughout, mixing Martin Carthy's intricate acoustic guitar with Richard Thompson's lyrical electric work, Danny Thompson's bass, Roger Swallow's drums and bits of violin from Eliza Carthy. It would be easy for such an all-star band to outshine a lesser talent, but it's Norma Waterson's world-weary alto that instills the songs with a timelessness and gives them real life.
Nacido(a): 15 de agosto de 1939 en Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding,
Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s