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Nanette Natal

Published in Artist Biographies
A delicious New York sound that is marinated in Jazz. A socially conscious singer, always with a message in her music, be it touring around college campuses in the 70s or talking about small personal and social revolutions of today's time, Nanette's music has always defied categories. In 1980 while singing Duke Ellington's "Sophisticated Lady" during a pop recording session at Columbia Records, she changed the phrasing dramatically and subsequently was told by a prominent engineer (who had previ …