Blues: Margo Valiante
I Can't Pray
Reviewed by Margaret Moser, Fri., April 30, 2010
Margo ValianteI Can't Pray
As produced by Rich Brotherton, Margo Valiante's blues on five-song EP I Can't Pray favor the Bonnie Raitt/Americana style. That's a comfortable and expressive place for Valiante to be since relocating to Austin. With warm organ work from Riley Osbourn and supple suede vocals, there's an overall soulfulness that buys her a ticket into the ranks of Austin's established female vocalists.
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