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Motherland

Label: Parco Della Musica Records
Released: 2002

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Motherland

Label: Elektra Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. This House Is On Fire, 2. Motherland, 3. Saint Judas, 4. Put The Law On You, 5. Build A Levee, 6. Golden Boy, 7. The Ballad Of Henry Darger, 8. The Worst Thing, 9. Tell Yourself,10. Just Can't Last, 11. Not In This Life, 12. I'm Not Gonna Beg

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Natalie Merchant: Motherland

Read "Motherland" reviewed by Ashley King


People have been expecting big things from Natalie Merchant. While her latest release, Motherland, may not make many “Best of" lists for 2001, it most definitely made some “Most Anticipated" lists prior to its November release. On the heels of an American Folk Music tour and out of a collaboration with renowned roots-rock producer T-Bone Burnett ...

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Motherland

Label: Verve Music Group
Released: 2000
Track listing: 1. Intro, 2. Suite For The Americas, Part 1, 3. Elegant Dance, 4. Pan Africa, 5. Baile, 6. Song To The Land, 7. Suite For The Americas, Part 2, 8. Prayer, 9. Overture, 10. Rio To Panama, 11. Panama Libre, 12. Panama 2000, 13. And Then...

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Danilo Perez: Motherland

Read "Motherland" reviewed by David Adler


Motherland is Danilo Perez's most conceptually ambitious project to date, throwing today's definition of “jazz" even further up for grabs. With the support of a large cast of guest musicians, Perez embarks on a celebration of his native Panama. More a world music album than a jazz album, Motherland features Latin rhythms and instruments, African response ...


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