THE ZOSO SISTERS

Adieu False Heart

With a big name like Linda Ronstadt, many would know about The Zoso Sisters. However, Ronstadt doesn’t use her fame to sell her newest project featuring Ann Savoy (“sav-WAH”). This album is beautifully crafted as the majority of the songs are in English and a few in French. The French songs come from the Zoso Sisters’ experience in the Louisiana bayou and the culture that surrounds the region. A soothing album that listeners will enjoy while relaxing or driving in the car. Standout tracks include track 2, “Adieu False Heart”, track 6 “Plus Tu Tournes”, track 9 “The One I Love Is Gone”, and track 12 “Parlez-moi d’amour”. Lane Zoerhof

More reviews tagged #Folk

  • reviewed 01/2012

    JOHN MCCUTCHEON
    This Land: Woodie Guthrie's America

  • reviewed 12/2003

    Original Soundtrack
    Cold Mountain

  • reviewed 06/2006

    Jose Gonzalez
    Veener

  • reviewed 05/2004

    Kate Jacobs
    You Call That Dark

  • reviewed 05/2006

    Various Artists
    Sail Away-The Songs of Randy Newman

  • reviewed 10/2006

    JEN SYGIT
    Leaving Marshall St.

Compiled by the WYCE Journalism Club

The opinions expressed in these reviews are those of the individual volunteers that submitted the article and do not necessarily reflect the views of WYCE or GRCMC; nor its staff, donors, or affiliates.