Marshall Chapman | Love Slave

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Love Slave

by Marshall Chapman

Swamp rap, retro Johnny Cash, slow burn torch... hey. As Ms. Chapman says: "We're all slaves to something... might as well be love."
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Leaving Loachapoka
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2. Guns R Us
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3. In the Fullness of Time
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4. I'm a Dreamer
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5. Love Slave
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6. Don't Mind Me
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7. Better To Let Her Go
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8. If I Can't Have You
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9. A Mystery To Me
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10. Just To Torture Myself
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11. Somebody Like You
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Album Notes
LOVE SLAVE is the most well-considered, life-affirming collection of Chapman's storied career. A reflective, openhearted work full of dreamy textures and spiritual musings. She also makes room for a simmering tune or two.
Best album of her career.
-- Nashville Scene (October, 1996)

Her songs blend flippant worldly-wise observations with country-blues melodies. Like her singing, they are stamped with a hard-hitting intelligence and vivid personality.
-- Stephen Holden (New York Times)

Long one of Nashville's best renegade songwriters, Chapman has become the kind of artist her fans trust to bring them both good times and insight.
-- Dave Marsh (Playboy)

Anyone who combines smart music with laugh-out-loud wit and heart-tugging poignancy should have a radio station that plays all Marshall, all the time ... We're all slaves to something. Might as well be Marshall.
-- Alanna Nash (Stereo Review)

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