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Denise Lee | Divas of American Music, Vol. 1

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Divas of American Music, Vol. 1

by Denise Lee

This album celebrates the music of Nina Simone, Carol King, Billie Holiday, Barbra Streisand, Bonnie Raitt, and so many others - women who have made an impact on music throughout the years.
Genre: Easy Listening: Cabaret
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1. What a Little Moonlight Can Do
2:49 album only
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2. It's Too Late
4:23 album only
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3. I Ain't Gonna Let You Break My Heart Again
3:48 album only
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4. Pick Yourself Up
2:44 album only
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5. A Musical Apology
3:48 album only
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6. The Way We Were
5:54 album only
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7. At Last
5:38 album only
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8. Mississippi Goddam
4:22 album only
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9. Angel
3:48 album only
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10. I Didn't Know My Own Strength
4:18 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Denise Lee's career spans over two decades. Her brilliance lies not only in her uncanny talent, but also in an honest humility. Although Lee has released two albums, she is quick to tell you that other women have paved the way for her success. In 2012, Lee took her gratitude for these women to the stage for two sold-out performances paying homage to some of her favorite female artists in her cabaret show, "Divas of American Music." Her show was peppered with interesting tidbits of the ladies and, of course, their songs. "But whoever popularized them first, the songs were all Lee’s own. She’s our diva." - Arnold Wayne Jones, The Dallas Voice

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