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You Dont Know What Love Is - Rachelle Ferrell - First Instrument (CD, Album)

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  1. Shakat
    Watch the video for You Don't Know What Love Is from Rachelle Ferrell's First Instrument for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
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  2. Tezahn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of First Instrument on Discogs.
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  3. Goll
    Label: Blue Note - CDP 8 2 5 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz • Style: Soul-Jazz, Contemporary Jazz Rachelle Ferrell - First Instrument (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(5).
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  4. Nezragore
    Rachelle Ferrell made her name performing R&B, but this strictly acoustic jazz CD is her earliest recording. Her voice is quite soulful, making her later shift to R&B less of a surprise in hindsight. Her voice is quite soulful, making her later shift to R&B less of a surprise in nispaiponbestbacrovorkoelectpuddiarhen.coinfo: $
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  5. Kajimi
    On "First Instrument," Ferrell is superbly backed by the likes of bassist Stanley Clarke, saxophonist Wayne Shorter and other jazz-fusion luminaries who give her lots of room to strut her stuff. She does some nominal jazz riffing on bluesy versions of the classics "You Send Me" and /5().
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  6. Shagar
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Rachelle Ferrell - First Instrument at Discogs. Complete your Rachelle Ferrell collection/5(19).
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  7. Nenos
    Although vocalist Rachelle Ferrell is a bizarre singer whose idiosyncratic style is often at odds with her mainstream material, fans of the singer will certainly find much to enjoy on Live at nispaiponbestbacrovorkoelectpuddiarhen.coinfo CD collects various performances Ferrell gave at the Swiss music festival from to Primarily a jazz singer, Ferrell has also made forays into R&B and often melds the two styles.
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  8. Tygoktilar
    Rachelle Ferrell made her name performing R&B, but this strictly acoustic jazz CD is her earliest recording. Her voice is quite soulful, making her later shift to R&B less of a surprise in hindsight, but Ferrell seems quite unsure of how to use her wide range, and her improvisations are often quite eccentric. Her lack of warmth and subtlety (along with a tendency to scream and screech in 4/
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