by Natalie Maines


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Product Details

Release Date: 05/07/2013
Label: Sony
UPC: 0888837041225
catalogNumber: 370412

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Natalie Maines   Primary Artist,Vocals,Background Vocals
Ben Harper   Acoustic Guitar,Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals,Slide Guitar
Oleg Schramm   Organ
Jesse Ingalls   Bass,Keyboards
Jason Mozersky   Guitar
Kyle Crusham   Guitar,Keyboards
Aaron Sterling   Drums
Joel Pargman   Violin
Jordan Richardson   Drums,Background Vocals
Tom Loo   Cello
Jaya Harper   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Roger Waters   Composer
Jeff Buckley   Composer
Patty Griffin   Composer
Ben Harper   Composer,Producer
Gary Louris   Composer
Lloyd Maines   Engineer
Mark Olson   Composer
Eddie Vedder   Composer
Dan Wilson   Composer
Adam Steinberg   Composer
Jim Watts   Engineer
Coco Shinomiya   Creation
Ethan Allen   Engineer
Todd Burke   Engineer
Alan Forney   Creation
Natalie Maines   Composer,Producer
Martie Maguire   Composer
Jesse Ingalls   Composer
Jason Mozersky   Composer
Emily Robinson   Composer
Ryan Gilligan   Pro-Tools
Pat Manske   Engineer
Meghan Foley   Art Direction

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Mother 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've never been so unimpressed with a solo venture in my life. Maines voice in the first song is cracking and breaking throughout, and mostly continues throughout the album. Some of the notes sound like she's screeching. The song, "Silver Bell" rates up there with one of the most annoying recordings I've heard. I assumed that the title of the album was a dedication to her motherhood. As soon as the song started, BAM, Natalie is singing Pink Floyd's song, "Mother" from their album, "Brick in the Wall." It's actually nice to hear another performer cover this song, and perhaps she does feel the words in the song. Color me shocked to find out her first solo album is named for a COVER SONG. Some of the songs are well written, lyrically and musically, however Maines fails to deliver on her vocals in most of this album. Anyone, fan or not, knows that Maines has the pipes and ability to do great things. This album sounds "phoned in" and using a very cheap cell phone at that!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't waste your time, this is nothing special. She should have just shut up and sang when she had the chance.
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