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One of the greatest female singers

I'd forgotten how good Anita Baker was, until my sister played one of her songs in the car. I'd forgotten how great her songs were and what a huge influence she had back in the late 80's. You won't be disappointed with this greatest hits album, it has all her classics. Just enjoy it!!

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I grew up on Anita's songs and glad I did. It moulded my passion for romance and guides me through my relationships. Anytime I listen to any of her songs, it's still relevant to me as it was those many years ago. Thanks for all these great songs!

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Stunning vocals from a wonderful singer!

Biography

Born: 26 January 1958 in Toledo, OH

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With her classy, refined brand of romantic soul, Anita Baker was one of the definitive quiet storm singers of the '80s. Gifted with a strong, supple alto, Baker was influenced not only by R&B, but jazz, gospel, and traditional pop, which gave her music a distinctly adult sophistication. Smooth and mellow, but hardly lifeless, it made her one of the most popular romantic singers of her time. Baker was born January 26, 1958, in Toledo, Ohio, and raised in nearby Detroit, where she grew up listening...
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