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Nancy Harrow

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Compelling jazz singer Nancy Harrow had a shot with her 1960 debut Wild Women Don't Have the Blues and released a couple of albums on the Hard Bop-friendly Atlantic Label before taking over a decade off to raise a family. She resurfaced in the late '70s, building on her already formidable Billie Holiday-meets-Anita O'Day style. Her latest albums often feature the always compelling arrangements of Bob Brookmeyer and offer a good mix of the less obvious standards, but Lost Lady (1993) found her singing an arty collection of songs based on the work of Willa Cather.

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Nancy Harrow

Compelling jazz singer Nancy Harrow had a shot with her 1960 debut Wild Women Don't Have the Blues and released a couple of albums on the Hard Bop-friendly Atlantic Label before taking over a decade off to raise a family. She resurfaced in the late '70s, building on her already formidable Billie Holiday-meets-Anita O'Day style. Her latest albums often feature the always compelling arrangements of Bob Brookmeyer and offer a good mix of the less obvious standards, but Lost Lady (1993) found her singing an arty collection of songs based on the work of Willa Cather.

Acerca de Nancy Harrow

Compelling jazz singer Nancy Harrow had a shot with her 1960 debut Wild Women Don't Have the Blues and released a couple of albums on the Hard Bop-friendly Atlantic Label before taking over a decade off to raise a family. She resurfaced in the late '70s, building on her already formidable Billie Holiday-meets-Anita O'Day style. Her latest albums often feature the always compelling arrangements of Bob Brookmeyer and offer a good mix of the less obvious standards, but Lost Lady (1993) found her singing an arty collection of songs based on the work of Willa Cather.

Acerca de Nancy Harrow

Compelling jazz singer Nancy Harrow had a shot with her 1960 debut Wild Women Don't Have the Blues and released a couple of albums on the Hard Bop-friendly Atlantic Label before taking over a decade off to raise a family. She resurfaced in the late '70s, building on her already formidable Billie Holiday-meets-Anita O'Day style. Her latest albums often feature the always compelling arrangements of Bob Brookmeyer and offer a good mix of the less obvious standards, but Lost Lady (1993) found her singing an arty collection of songs based on the work of Willa Cather.

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