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AC: How has modern music changed for women over the years? Beat Music Louisiana Love Call' is a fervent exercise in Crescent City soul that reveals Muldaur's true nature as a blues and roots influenced singer. Muldaur: Early this spring I got an idea to go back to my original musical roots and record a jug band album. Other highlights include Muldaur's sly, sexy version of Mississippi John Hurt's title song and her down-home take on Leadbelly's Grasshoppers In My Pillow. This is certainly one of Maria Muldaur's best, and will be a soulful shot in the arm for jazz and blues fens everywhere. In the end, it's three Bob Dylan anti-war songs that prove to be the stand out tracks on Yes We Can and possibly the most powerful performances of Muldaur's career. "I defy anyone to be depressed after hearing one or two songs." -Globe and Mail, Brad Wheeler, May 2007 Maria Muldaur salutes mentors - New album features blues by artists who shaped her style After 45 years of exploring. After all these years (and some 30 records Muldaur peels back the layers of time for Naughty Bawdy Blue, the final installment in a trio of albums containing wonderfully accurate homages to female blues singers from the 1920s through the '40s.