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Nanette Natal had careers in classical, rock, and pop music before she became involved with jazz in the 1970s. My Song of Something was her first jazz recording and it is a very good one. Natal's voice is warm, she proves to be a natural and adventurous improviser (her scatting is quite colorful), and she also interprets lyrics with plenty of feeling. Her seven originals are diverse yet consistently catchy. While the playing of tenor saxophonist Ed Palermo and the rhythm section is mostly functional, Natal's singing makes her jazz debut (which still sounds fresh decades later) a highly recommended acquisition.


Born: June 10, 1945 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Once of the more creative jazz singers, Nanette Natal came to jazz in the mid-'70s, which was relatively late in a professional career that began in 1960 as a classical singer. During this period, Natal was a member of the Helen Hayes Young People's Theater Guild, and during the early '60s, performed numerous concerts in New York with that group. She then went on to work the Bitter End Coffee House Circuit, performing her own material, which developed into blues and rock, singing and playing guitar...
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