Top Maria Muldaur Albums
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Steady Love
Steady Love
[2011]
Christmas at the Oasis
Christmas at the Oasis
[2010]
Barnyard Dance: Jug Band Music for Kids
Barnyard Dance: Jug Band Music for Kids
[2010]
Blues Jam Live Audio: Maria Muldaur
Blues Jam Live Audio: Maria Muldaur
[2010]
Garden of Joy
Garden of Joy
[2009]
Midnight At the Oasis / I'm a Woman
Midnight At the Oasis / I'm a Woman
[2008]
Yes We Can!
Yes We Can!
[2008]
Maria Muldaur Live In Concert
Maria Muldaur Live In Concert
[2008]
Naughty Bawdy & Blue
Naughty Bawdy & Blue
[2007]
Songs for the Young at Heart - Maria Muldaur
Songs for the Young at Heart - Maria Muldaur
[2006]
Heart of Mine: Maria Muldaur Sings Love Songs of Bob Dylan
Heart of Mine: Maria Muldaur Sings Love Songs of Bob Dylan
[2006]
Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul
Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul
[2005]
Rhino Hi-Five: Maria Muldaur - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Maria Muldaur - EP
[2005]
Meet Me At Midnite
Meet Me At Midnite
[2005]
Animal Crackers In My Soup
Animal Crackers In My Soup
[2002]
A Woman Alone With the Blues
A Woman Alone With the Blues
[2002]
Richland Woman Blues
Richland Woman Blues
[2001]
Music for Lovers
Music for Lovers
[2000]
Meet Me Where They Play the Blues
Meet Me Where They Play the Blues
[1999]
Southland of the Heart
Southland of the Heart
[1998]
Swingin' In the Rain
Swingin' In the Rain
[1998]
Maria Muldaur's Music for Lovers
Maria Muldaur's Music for Lovers
[1996]
Fanning the Flames
Fanning the Flames
[1996]
Jazzabelle
Jazzabelle
[1994]
Sweet and Slow
Sweet and Slow
[1993]
Louisiana Love Call
Louisiana Love Call
[1992]
Open Your Eyes
Open Your Eyes
[1979]
Sweet Harmony
Sweet Harmony
[1976]
Waitress In a Donut Shop
Waitress In a Donut Shop
[1974]
Maria Muldaur
Maria Muldaur
[1973]
Related Information for Maria MuldaurMaria Muldaur (born Maria Grazia Rosa Domenica D’Amato; September 12, 1943 in Greenwich Village, New York) is an American folk-blues singer who was part of the American folk music revival in the early 1960s. She is probably best known for her 1974 hit song “Midnight at the Oasis”. She continues to record albums in the folk-blues tradition. read more