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DVD Great Women Singers of the 20th Century - Abbey Lincoln
CD Abbey Lincoln/Golden Lady
CD Abbey Lincoln's Affair: A Story of a Girl in Love
DVD Nothing But a Man [DVD] [40th Anniversary Special Edition]
"...It succeeds as a damning portrait of social injustice because it is first of all a work of art..."Los Angeles Times "...The movie delivers a genuine emotional payoff....A film that was good then, and is still good now..." Chicago Sun-Times "...A classic....The high-octane Motown score is a bonus..." USA Today
CD Abbey Is Blue
Down Beat (1960) - 5 Stars - Excellent - "..One can but stand in awe at the beauty, artistry, and poignancy of this album...Abbey Lincoln climbs into your very being...one of the most artistically satisfying vocals albums to be had.."
CD Live at Jazz Standard [Digipak]
JazzTimes (p.65) - "Somi includes two stunning covers, wading into the bittersweet waves of retrospection that shape Abbey Lincoln's 'Should've Been' and closing with a gorgeously hypnotic reading of Bob Marley's 'Waiting In Vain.'"
CD Abbey Sings Abbey
Down Beat (p.70) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Abbey Lincoln, doyenne of underground singers and griot since 1960, achieves recording near-nirvana, effortlessly showing wisdom and peacemaking on this set."JazzTimes (p.98) - "[Lincoln's voice is] still profoundly soulful and moving. Certainly anyone looking for confirmation of her status as a great jazz poet-philosopher will find it here..."No Depression (p.103) - "Lincoln conducts a master class in phrasing....The accordion and string band enlisted evoke a late-night country blues bar or a boulevard cafe."
CD Who Used to Dance
Entertainment Weekly (4/25/97, p.72) - "Abbey Lincoln sings in a voice both wise and childlike, reminiscent of Billie Holiday but in her own private groove....As expected, Lincoln bends time and massages the heart."- Rating: A-Down Beat (7/97, pp.46-47) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...WHO USED TO DANCE... contains [Lincoln's] patented mix of melancholy and self-affirmation-a twinge of sorrow and a flash of courage....a highly engrossing record."JazzTimes (8/97, p.81) - "...continues on the creative peak she has been scaling ever since her Verve series began, now a six album odyssey.... Lincoln's ongoing evolution as a songwriter...provides her the greatest degree of comfort...impressive wells of energy and elan..."
CD C'est Si Bon : Jazz a LA Francaise
CD Grey December: Live in Rome [Digipak] *
CD Jazz Lullaby [Digipak]
CD Paris for Lovers
CD Great Ladies of Jazz [Rebound]
CD Jazz Voice [Knitting Factory]
CD Harold Arlen Centennial Celebration
CD Sunnyside Cafe Series: Paris Fetiche: The French Classic Rendez-Vous
CD Jazz Vocalists: Hear and Now
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