Free Music Download: Raul Malo – “Lucky One”

Staff | March 4th, 2009

Raul Malo - Lucky One

The 9513′s Jim Malec recently interviewed Fantasy Records recording artist and former Maverick’s lead Raul Malo, a singer widely considered one of the best baritones in the world. Malo’s latest solo project, Lucky One, was released on March 3rd, and we have a free download of the title track.

“Malo is one of those rare singers who transcend the mundane with the sheer operatic sweep of his marvelous instrument. He’s among the last of a breed: a country stylist with finesse and brawn in equal measure, turning his laments into bittersweet valentines.”
–Marc Weingarten, Entertainment Weekly

Lucky One tracklist:

1. Lucky One
2. Moonlight Kiss
3. Something Tells Me
4. Hello Again
5. Ready for My Lovin’
6. Crying for You
7. You Always Win
8. Lonely Hearts
9. One More Angel
10. Rosalie
11. Haunting Me
12. So Beautiful

Free MP3 Download:

Lucky One on Amazon.

  1. David Speigner
    March 4, 2009 at 11:12 am

    Wow! Thanks for this! Raul Malo has a wonderful, strong voice and unlike a lot of “american Idol” pretenders can sing and hold a tune. I have all his solo material and all the Mavericks as well and continue to enjoy his work. I definitely will get the new CD…I downloaded and liked the title track. Also, joining the new Fantasy Records is a good move…joining label mate John Fogerty and others.

  2. Rick
    March 4, 2009 at 5:01 pm

    Raul is doing a show with Shelby Lynne as the opening act at the House of Blues in Anaheim and the tickets made yesterday’s “Two For The Price of One Tuesdays” list. I guess Raul isn’t fully appreciated in Orange County….yet.

    Speaking of operatic voices, on “A Prarie Home Companion” they often feature a tenor named Raul Melo. At first I thought it was actually Raul Malo performing under a character name for the show, but a little research showed them to be two different people. What a couple of amazing vocal talents! Crikey!

  3. Occasional Hope
    March 4, 2009 at 5:44 pm

    Raul has a beautiful voice, but I don’t much like the material or production choices on this particular release.

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