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Sweet And Slow

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Cooking Breakfast For The One I Love
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Adam And Eve Had The Blues
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Blues For Hoagy
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There's Going To Be The Devil To Pay
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Sweet And Slow
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Brother, Seek And Yee Shall Find
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Oh Papa
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Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You
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Prelude To A Kiss
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 40:40

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They Say All Music Guide

Instead of veering all over the musical map as she did on earlier albums, Muldaur picks a style, sticks to it and comes up with a winner. Heavy on jazz and blues standards by the likes of Duke Ellington, Andy Razaf and Sippie Wallace, including “Gee, Baby Ain’t I Good to You” and the Billie Holiday hit “Lover Man,” the album includes one modern tune by frequent Muldaur collaborator David Nichtern. Opening with a playful “Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love,” this set benefits from pianists Mac Rebennack — also known as Dr. John — and Kenny Barron. Play this album for the one you love, at breakfast or any old time. – Mark Allan