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Album Review

Not really deviating from a formula which was modestly successful for Mother Earth, the band takes the adage "if it ain't broke don't fix it" to heart with Bring Me Home. Staying in form with the blend of R&B, gospel, folk and soft rock, this-nine song session remains a vehicle predominantly for the group' s siren, Tracy Nelson. The band delivers constantly solid performances backing Nelson's impassioned vocals in a very complementary fashion, but really doesn't set itself apart from the majority of the group's output.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s

An acid jazz combo from the U.K. that also incorporates elements of traditional jazz, blues-rock, funk, and mod, Mother Earth made their first appearance on the Acid Jazz label in 1992 with Hope You're Feeling Better. Since then, they've released a number of studio records, including 1995's acclaimed The People Tree and 2001's Time of the Future. Outside of acid jazz circles, Mother Earth is best...
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  • 8,91 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Blues, Contemporary Blues, Blues-Rock
  • Released: 1971

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