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Customer Reviews

PERFECTION.

This album will soothe your soul! I was recently introduced to Minnie Riperton (beyond the song "Loving You") on Unsung, and what a treasure! May we remember and celebrate her gift!

First Time I bought a whole album

Once in a blue moon I would buy an whole album and like EVERY song! Trust me....I'm very picky when it comes to music! This is a must buy! Bless Minnie soul....she's always in my heart.

A Fabulous Musical Experience

A bizarrely frothy, chic album concept. Its '70's, Burt Bacharachesque, Disco, smooth, perfect execution. She has much more beautiful vocal production than any soul or jazz artist of this(perhaps any) period, combined with lush, interesting, unusual accompaniments. What a gift to music. She makes Mariah Carey seem like a bloated petulent talentless nymphomaniac. Minnie Riperton forever.

Biography

Born: November 8, 1947 in Chicago, IL

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s

The tragic death of 31-year-old Minnie Riperton in 1971 silenced one of soul music's most unique and unforgettable voices. Blessed with an angelic five-octave vocal range, she scored her greatest commercial success with the chart-topping pop ballad "Lovin' You." Riperton was born in Chicago on November 8, 1947; as a youth she studied music, drama, and dance at the city's Abraham Lincoln Center and later contemplated a career in opera. Her pop career began in 1961 when she joined a local girl group...
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