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LUCINDA WILLIAMS Blessed (Lost Highway) [...].

Byline: Paul Cole ; Jack Daniels

LUCINDA WILLIAMS Blessed (Lost Highway) SHE may have found love but queen Lucinda Williams still does heartbreak like nobody else can. Three years after her rock and roll album, Little Honey, the Louisiana songbird lends her delicious drawl to a set of country blues embellished by Elvis Costello's guest guitar. Soldier's Song reaches out to an army far from home, Seeing Black addresses the suicide of a friend (the late songwriter Vic Chesnutt) and Buttercup is a kiss-off to a past lover. With polished production by Don Was, this is one of the albums of the year. PC
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England)
Date:Feb 27, 2011
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