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Annie Mae - Natalie Cole - Thankful (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Annie Mae - Natalie Cole - Thankful (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "La Costa" Natalie Cole, Linda Williams "Annie Mae" Cole "Keeping a Light" Cole The album is in nice condition, this is a fan club issue edition with lyrics on the inner sleeve. ReleasedNovember 16, Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. "Our Love" is the Famous and more popular cut in both "The Hood" and Pop Radio but "Annie Mae" is the best song on the Album, easy. It charted top10 R&B back in 77 or Though uptempo tells the story of a (too young) woman running the streets, a gritter version of Donna Summer's "Bad Girls".5/5(11).
  3. Thankful, an Album by Natalie Cole. Released 16 November on Capitol (catalog no. SW; Vinyl LP). Genres: Soul.
  4. The album’s success also led to Natalie Cole receiving her first television special, The Natalie Cole Show, another fan hit. Artistically, the album is a landmark in its expansion of the amount of cross-genre music passed off as simply soul, elbowing the definitions of what was considered traditional R&B.
  5. with Nat King Cole [Grammy Award for Song of the Year ] [Grammy Award for Record of the Year ] produced by David Foster [Elektra ] written by Irving Gordon.
  6. I'm also drawn to the second single, "Annie Mae" which tells a poignant story of a girl living on the streets. It's haunting and dramatic, and skillfully written, arranged and produced. I highly recommend this album and to this day, 35 years later, it remains a beacon in my collection/5(44).
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  8. Cole Natalie Thankful Annie Mae Written by Natalie Cole (Hoo, hoo, hoo) Mmm (hoo, hoo, hoo) Growing up wasn't easy for Annie Mae (Hoo, hoo, hoo) A little girl in a great big world Annie Mae (hoo, hoo, hoo) No one knew about her past Some people swore she'd never last She was (growing up much too fast) Growing (hoo, hoo, hoo).

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