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Border Songs: Mexican-American Music-Makers

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May 3, 2013 6:14PM
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This capsule piqued my interest. Looks like Hope Sandoval is added onto a short list of one-hit wonders who have gone onto careers as song stylists/club acts that includes Aaron Neville(Ok, there was "I Don't Know Much" with Rondstadt) and Maria Muldaur,
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Border Songs: Mexican-American Music-Makers

Hope Sandoval: Few chanteuses of the past 30 years were as sultry as the frontwoman of Mazzy Star, whose drowsy, slow-burning voice made "Fade Into You" one of the truly ubiquitous hits of the early '90s and made Sandoval a coveted collaborator for artists as diverse as Massive ... more

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