Nancy Wilson at Carnegie Hall

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Released 1987

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Nancy Wilson at Carnegie Hall

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1987
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Nancy Wilson at Carnegie Hall is a 1987 concert performance that was directed by Blaine Novak. Grammy and Emmy award winning song stylist and jazz chanteuse Nancy Wilson gives a powerful and memorable performance combining her vocal refinement and elegance along with her dazzling panache and emotional sincerity. Her music combines R & B, pop, jazz, soul, blues and gospel. This performance was a highlight of the New York City JVC Jazz Festival. In this performance she sang the following songs: Overture, Dearly Beloved, A Song for You, The Way It Goes, Folks Who Live on the Hill, I Was Telling Him About You, You Know, How Glad I Am, Guess Who I Saw Today, First Time On a Ferris Wheel (a duet with Carl Anderson), and Forbidden Love (a duet with Carl Anderson). Accompanying Wilson in this performance is a full string orchestra conducted by Masahiko Satoh as well as Lew Matthews on keyboards, John Williams on bass, Roy McCurdy on drums, and Carl Anderson on duet vocals.moreless
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