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Nice but.....

How could you NOT have "Was That All It Was" by Jean? What's wrong with you people?!!!!! It doesn't matter that the song wasn't recorded for this album. I'm bummed that it isn't anywhere on iTunes. Before anyone says anything, cheesy re-makes don't count.

Dont Let It Get To Your Head...

Dont know much about most of the album but spent the better part of last night listening to 'Dont let it get to your head' on repeat like a billion times. Excellent song. Great vocals. Dynamic range. All-round great effort!

Was That All It Was?

I agree with you. Where is "Was That All It Was?" That is a classic and it should be on the list!! I really want that song!!

Biography

Born: March 15, 1947 in Columbus, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Soul singer Jean Carn was raised in Atlanta, where her parents encouraged her at the age of four to sing in the church choir and to take piano lessons. (Indeed, for decades she remained an accomplished performer on piano, clarinet, and bassoon.) She first revealed her formidable musical talents as a teenager on a morning radio talk show, Today in Georgia, when she sang "Misty" to the accompaniment of Erroll Garner's piano. After winning a music scholarship to Morris Brown College, she learned to...
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