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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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4:13 $0.99
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
Marshall Chapman ( was born and raised in Spartanburg, South Carolina. To date she has released ten critically acclaimed albums and her songs have been recorded by a variety of artists including Emmylou Harris, John Hiatt, Wynonna, Joe Cocker, Irma Thomas, Jimmy Buffett, Dion, Tanya Tucker, Russ Taff, Olivia Newton-John, Sawyer Brown, Mindy McCready, Greg "Fingers" Taylor, Jessi Colter, Ronnie Milsap, and The Uppity Blues Women. She has toured extensively on her own and opened shows for everybody from John Prine and Jimmy Buffett to Jerry Lee Lewis and The Ramones.

Of her three rockin' albums for Epic, the Al Kooper-produced Jaded Virgin was voted Record of the Year (1978) by Stereo Review. Following 1982's Take It On Home (Rounder) Marshall released two albums on her own Tall Girl label: 1987's Dirty Linen (A- in Christgau Consumer Guide, released in Europe on Line Records) and 1991's Inside Job, voted Album of the Month in the April 1992 Stereo Review.

In 1994, Marshall recorded a live concert at the Tennessee State Prison for Women. The result was It's About Time...- her first live album and first release for Margaritaville/Island Records in May 1995. The CD drew rave reviews from Time, USA Today and The Village Voice. Marshall and her band (The Love Slaves) spent the rest of the year touring with Buffett, playing for over a million people. Afterward, they went in the studio and recorded Love Slave. According to Marshall, being a "love slave" is a way of life. "We're all slaves to something," she says, "....might as well be love!"

In 1998, Marshall began exploring new outlets for her creativity. One was theater. She and songwriting pal Matraca Berg contributed fourteen songs to Good Ol' Girls, a country musical based on the stories of Lee Smith and Jill McCorkle. The New York Times called it a "feminist literary country music review." In fall 2003, Good Ol' Girls played theaters throughout the South.

Marshall's first book, Goodbye, Little Rock and Roller (St. Martin's Press), was published in September 2003. Simultaneously, a companion CD was released. The book was a 2004 SEBA Book Award finalist, and one of three finalists for the Southern Book Critics Circle Award. A softcover edition was released in September 2004.

In the past year, Marshall has performed from San Francisco to New York, from Blytheville, Arkansas, to Loachapoka, Alabama, developing a one-woman show called "The Triumph of Rock and Roll over Good Breeding." She is currently writing commentaries for The Bob Edwards Show (XM Satellite Radio), and touring in support of Mellowicious!, her first studio album in nine years.


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