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Abbey Lincoln, - Abbey sings Abbey album mp3

  • Performer: Abbey Lincoln
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  • Title: Abbey sings Abbey
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Album · 2001 · 17 Songs.

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Anna Marie Wooldridge (August 6, 1930 – August 14, 2010), known by her stage name Abbey Lincoln, was an African-American jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actress, who wrote and performed her own compositions. She was a civil rights advocate and activist from the 1960s on. Lincoln made a career not only out of delivering deeply felt presentations of standards but writing and singing her own material as well.

Album · 2007 · 12 Songs. Precious & Rare: Abbey Lincoln.

Vocalist Abbey Lincoln's voice is the sound of the earth yearning for your soul. She is lust turned to wisdom. She is diva turned to soothsayer. Abbey Sings Abbey finds the songstress revisiting a number of her own compositions from past albums. And while she remains a pre-eminent jazz singer, here she has surrounded herself with an eclectic and organic small group that imbues these tracks with a soft country-blues meets klezmer sound that rubs elegantly against Lincoln's burnished vocals. This is a beautifully raw and intimate album full of lament and the faint perfume of romance. As she sings on "Should've Been," "It's the sound of sorry/Looking yonder with regret.

Straight Ahead (Abbey Lincoln album). Straight Ahead is an album by American jazz vocalist Abbey Lincoln featuring performances recorded in 1961 for the Candid label. Straight Ahead" (Abbey Lincoln, Earl Baker, Mal Waldron) - 5:24.

Abbey Sings Abbey, 2007. Abbey Sings Abbey, 2007.

Though the Abbey Sings Billie (1987) set revealed unexpected insecurities in what ought to have been a straightforwardly heartfelt tribute to a primary inspiration, Lincoln confirmed the respect she was held in by younger players when she guested on the British saxophonist Steve Williamson's debut CD, A Waltz for Grace, in 1989, and The World Is Falling Down (1990) indicated a confident.