1978 Maria Muldaur – Southern Winds

Southern Winds is the fourth album by Maria Muldaur. It was released in 1978 on Warner Bros.

Maria Muldaur (born September 12, 1943) is an American folk and blues singer who was part of the American folk music revival in the early 1960s. She recorded the 1973 hit song “Midnight at the Oasis” and continues to record albums in the folk traditions.

Tracks

1  Make Love To The Music (Leon Russell) 4:04
2  Say You Will (Gary Ogan; Leon Russell) 3:16
3  I’ll Keep My Light In My Window (Leonard Caston; Terri McFaddin) 4:29
4  I Got A Man (Rory Block) 3:16
5  Cajun Moon (JJ Cale) 2:46
6  I Can’t Say No (Daniel Moore; John Bettis) 3:23
7  Here Is Where Your Love Belongs (Bill Champlin) 4:11
8  That’s The Way Love Is (Deadric Malone) 3:59
9  Joyful Noise (Leon Russell) 2:58
10  My Sisters And Brothers (Charles Johnson) 4:14

Media

Musicians

BassScott Edwards
DrumsEd Greene
GuitarAmos Garrett
GuitarJohn Hug
GuitarChristopher Bond
GuitarThom Rotella
Slide GuitarLes Dudek
KeyboardsMike Finnigan
PianoPhilip Aaberg
SynthesizerChristopher Bond
HarmonicaDavid Burgin
SaxDon Menza
SaxErnie Watts
SaxJim Horn
TromboneLew McCreary
TrumpetBobby Bryant
TrumpetChuck Findley
PercussionGary Coleman
Background VocalsAmos Garrett
Background VocalsGreg Prestopino
Background VocalsJim Anderson
Background VocalsPepper Watkins
Background VocalsRosemary Butler
Background VocalsWendy Waldman
Background VocalsMike Finnigan

Liner Notes

Producer – Christopher Bond
Co-producer – Candy Van Duser
Arranged By – Christopher Bond
Concertmaster – James Getzoff
Engineer – John Mills
Engineer (Assistant) – Linda Tyler
Engineer (Strings) – Armin Steiner

Art Direction, Design – Glen Christensen
Painting (Cover) – John Lykes
Typography – Bob Maile

Recorded At – Sound Labs, Hollywood
Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester