Some blues singers have an ability to make listeners feel the pain and heartache that the musician was feeling at the very moment they wrote the pensive song about disparagement. Other blues vocalists, though, have a knack for providing listeners with a sense of hopeful optimism with their rather buoyant tunes. American chanteuse Joan Osbourne undoubtedly falls into this latter category. Getting her start in 1995 with her debut LP, Relish, Osbourne has managed to garner a good amount of critical acclaim for her bluesy voice and ability to write self-reflective lyrics that are typically tinged with idealism.
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