Naughty Bawdy & Blue

U.S. by Navarre Corporation,
were nominated for Grammy Awards:
Richland Woman Blues (2001) and Sweet Lovin’ Ol’ Soul (2005).
Howeer, Naughty, Bawdy & Blue is a unique concept that goes well-beyond a
regular “tribute” CD. It’s the combination of her talent, knowledge of the
music and utilization of musicians who’ve played with some of the artists saluted
on this CD that enables her to re-create the sound, passion and presentation of these
songs. In fact, it’s fair to


Maria Muldaur’s new CD,Naughty, Bawdy & Blue, which completes the trilogy
of albums the acclaimed singer has released as a tribute to classic women
blues singers from the 1920s through the 1940s. Both of Maria’s previous
albums in this series for Canadian label Stony Plain, which is distributed
in the 


say that Maria is probably the only present-day singer who could pull off an album
like this with the kind of authenticity that surpasses any others. That’s because
for over 40 years as a performer, she’s literally lived the life of someone steeped
in the American roots music songbook, whether it’s blues, jazz, gospel, folk, country
or rhythm & blues. She’s the real deal, a true natural resource without any artificial
affectations or jive.