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Working in both the intricately syncopated Piedmont fingerpicking style and her own deeply bluesy lap-slide guitar, Mary has earned rave reviews from critics and audiences alike for her springwater-clear vocals and mastery of multiple guitar styles as well as her own compositions. Though she can create prewar blues and ragtime with the best of them, Mary draws on traditional, contemporary and original material to create something new: a sound uniquely her own that remains true to the timeless power of the blues. Flower's elegant, funky and inventive playing on vintage guitars makes her one of a mere handful of women guitarists admired for their instrumental prowess.

In 2000 and 2003 respectively, Mary placed in the top three at the National Fingerpicking Championship. Her career as an internationally known performer and teacher has spanned more than three decades.


Rosewood amp; Steel has Flower putting her own special spin on music by Junior Parker (Mystery Train), Charlie Patton (Pony Blues), Skip James (Cypress Grove Blues), and Brooks Berry (Can't Sleep For Dreaming), along with a bunch of originals. Geoff Muldaur, Amos Garrett, Steve James, and Paul Geremia all contribute to various songs. Flower's singing is rich and husky, and her originals exploit the various sides of her musical personality, from playful to dark and moody (check out Cock-A-Doodle Blues and Two Days Straight), and all but one slots in perfectly with the covers on this collection. Her Midnite Blue vaguely recalls CSN's 4+20, with some gorgeous slide by Steve James, while she impresses and then some with her lap steel playing on the delightful Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On and Patton's searing Pony Blues (which also features Geremia's slide). The real surprise is Mystery Train, which gets about the slowest, most lyrical treatment ever on record here. --Bruce Eder, All Music Guide

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