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Back only by drums, she attacks "Fascinating Rhythm" with utter confidence and full-throated passion, tempered by a supremely confident playfulness. Her extended scat section here recalls Ella at her most daring, and drummer Todd Turkisher, all alone, provides an exciting, original, and consistently interesting backdrop.
Nanette Natal is a unique, independent artist whose work is rooted in Jazz, Blues and Americana. com, composer/vocalist: Nanette Natal, with Tony Cimorosi, Rolf Sturm, Dave Silliman; recorded at ASWOON studios in the BROOKLYN NAVY YARD. 13 June 2016 ·. "Still the world is so divided, between love, between hate Our soul is lost in darkness Uncertain of it's fate. Do we choose more hate. in response to this recent tragedy? Nanette Natal.
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Nanette Natal is an American folk/jazz artist. She trained as a classical singer with the Helen Hayes Young People's Theater Guild before building a career on the US folk circuit during the 1960s as a singer-songwriter. In the late 1970s, during a pop recording session of Duke Ellington's. Songs played include Lavender Thursday. Nanette Natal is an American folk/jazz artist. In the late 1970s, during a pop recording session of Duke Ellington's "Sophisticated Lady" at Columbia Recording Studios, an engineer, who had worked with many of Columbia's notable jazz artists, told Nanette that she "had the soul of a jazz singer.
Nanette is feminine given name. By 2013, the name was considered to be on the verge of extinction in the United States; it had been among the top 1000 baby names until 1977, and had reached a peak in usage in 1956. Notable people with the name include: Nanette Bordeaux (1911–1956), Canadian-born American actress. Nanette Burstein (born 1970), American film and television director. Nanette M. DeRenzi, United States Navy admiral.
|A2||Wild In Reverie||6:25|
|B2||Gone The Midnight Sun||5:35|
|Silent Kingdom's Suite|
|B3||Prelude / Passion||4:00|