Personalities | Maria Muldaur | One-Hit Wonders | Rock
‘Midnight At The Oasis’, 1974
Muldaur began her career as a folk singer, performing in New York’s early 1960s Greenwich Village folk scene, famed by the likes of Bob Dylan and Dave Van Ronk. ‘Midnight At The Oasis’ was a seductive Top 10 pop hit, however, which sticks out in her wildly varying oeuvre. Never achieving such mass commercial appeal again, Muldaur is now more well known for exploring American roots and blues music.
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