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Album Review

The Coolidge sisters return as Walla with another dose of new-age gospel. Unfortunately, the blending of Native American motifs with heavy synthesizer and highly produced vocal harmonies makes the overblown spiritual message seem rather smarmy. Indeed, it's pretty difficult to find true inspiration in saccharine tunes like "Gathering of Eagles" and "The Sequence."

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Unless it's changed by the time you've read this: note that in "Album Review" Walela is misspelled as "Walla". Just sayin'.


I don't know what album the "album reviewer" was listening to when he/she wrote that negative review, especially since he/she can't even spell the name of the group. I'm certain that whatever album he thought he was reviewing, it couldn't have been the Unbearable Love album. This is a beautiful blending of beautiful voices. I enjoy this one "almost as much" as I did the first (the self titled "Walela), but this is still a must have for my collection. I will be listening to this beautiful music over and over for a very long time.

Not good at all! Get the first Cd skip this one!

Thier first Cd 'Walela' was one of the best cd's I own. This one is horrible, not worth the money at all. If you liked the first one you will hate this one.


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Pop singer/songwriter Rita Coolidge began her career all the way back in the early '70s, but during the '90s, she returned to her Native American roots in the eclectic vocal trio Walela, which also featured her sister and longtime collaborator Priscilla Coolidge and Priscilla's daughter Laura Satterfield. Walela's music drew not only on the trio's Cherokee heritage, but also on the gospel sounds of the Deep South (the Coolidges' father was a Baptist minister), plus pop, country, folk, soul, and a...
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