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During the 1960's Abbey Lincoln successfully combined political activism with a busy, successful career. After divorcing husband drummer Max Roach, the 1970's and 1980's found her relegated to the back burner of the entertainment world although she was still recording, mostly for Indie labels. Then came Stan Getz who recommended her to Verve Records and who played on Lincoln's so-called "comeback album", the successful You Gotta Pay the Band. Despite her years, her voice has lost nothing. In it is maturity, there's even more that, husky, dark and musical appeal that makes Lincoln's singing so alluring. One interesting thing about this album is that Lincoln relies less on dramatic effects she employed on earlier albums.
Over the Years Tracklist. 1. When the Lights Go On Again Lyrics. 2. Blackberry Blossoms Lyrics. 3. Somos Novios Lyrics.
Abbey Lincoln 01-01-2000. Toplam süre:50 min. 01. When The Lights Go On Again (Album Version). I Could Sing It For A Song (Album Version). 06. I'm Not Supposed To Know (Album Version). 07. Windmills Of Your Mind (Album Version). Yazar: Alan Bergman - Marilyn Bergman, Besteciler: Michel Legrand. 08. Lucky To Be Me (Album Version). Yazar: Betty Comden - Adolph Green, Besteciler: Leonard Bernstein. 09. What Will Tomorrow Bring (Album Version). 10. Tender As A Rose (Album Version).
Over the Years is a vocal jazz music album recording by ABBEY LINCOLN released in 2000 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
Artist: Abbey Lincoln Title Of Album: Over the Years Year Of Release: 2000 Label: Verve, Universal (314 549 101-2) Country: USA (Chicago, Illinois) Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz Quality: FLAC (image+. Joining her are excellent, but not so well-known performers, plus the giant sax player Joe Lovano.
She often visited the Blue Note jazz club in New York City. Her debut album, Abbey Lincoln's Affair – A Story of a Girl in Love, was followed by a series of albums for Riverside Records. In 1960 she sang on Max Roach's landmark civil rights-themed recording, We Insist! Lincoln's lyrics were often connected to the civil rights movement in America . 2000: Over the Years (Gitanes/Verve) with Joe Lovano . 2002: It's Me (Verve) with Kenny Barron, Julien Lourau, James Spaulding . 2007: Abbey Sings Abbey (Verve) with Larry Campbell, Gil Goldstein . 2015: Sophisticated Abbey: Live at the Keystone Korner (recorded 1980 in San Francisco, HighNote) with Phil Wright, James Leary, and Doug Sides.
Her debut album, Abbey Lincoln's Affair – A Story of a Girl in Love, was followed by a series of albums for Riverside Records. In 1960 she sang on Max Roach's landmark civil rights-themed recording, We Insist! Lincoln’s lyrics were often connected to the civil rights movement in America. During the 1980s, Lincoln’s creative output was smaller and she released only a few albums during that decade. Her song "For All We Know" is featured in the 1989 film Drugstore Cowboy. During the 1990s and until her death, however, she fulfilled a 10-album contract with Verve Records. What a day, Fortune smiled and came my way, Bringing love I never thought I'd see, I'm so lucky to be me. What a night, Suddenly you came in sight, Looking just the way I'd hoped you'd be, I'm so lucky to be me.