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#1: Album Review - Linda Ronstadt / Ann Savoy - Adieu False Heart

Posted on 2006-07-19 02:27:16 by John Metzger

Album Review - Linda Ronstadt / Ann Savoy - Adieu False Heart

Linda Ronstadt and Ann Savoy's full-length collaboration Adieu False
Heart essentially builds upon their joint contributions to the
Grammy-nominated, 2002 collection Evangeline Made: A Tribute to Cajun
Music. Although there's nothing overtly political about their new
endeavor, recent events have made it impossible not to read between the
lines and attribute greater weight to the album than what initially
appears on its surface. For starters, in 2004, Ronstadt was ousted in a
well-publicized fashion from Las Vegas' Aladdin Theatre after she
dedicated a song to rabble-rousing documentarian Michael Moore, while
Savoy has made a career out of bringing traditional Cajun music to a
larger audience. Consequently, whenever the pair sings about a love that
has been left behind, as they do on much of Adieu False Heart, it's hard
not to believe that they are paying tribute to the city of New Orleans
as well to those who perished in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

This is an excerpt. To read the complete review, please visit:

<a href="http://www.musicbox-online.com/reviews-2006/lindaronstadt-annsavoy-adieufalseheart.html" target="_blank"> http://www.musicbox-online.com/reviews-2006/lindaronstadt-an nsavoy-adieufalseheart.html</a>

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