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Be Thankful (Digitally Remastered 02)Your Lonely Heart (Digitally Remastered 02)La Costa (Digitally Remastered 02)Something's Got A Hold On Me (Live) [2003 Digital Remaster]Hold On (Digitally Remastered 02)Our Love (Digitally Remastered 02)Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds (Live) [Digitally Remastered 02]Sophisticated Lady (She's A Different Lady) [Digitally Remastered 02]You Were Right Girl (Digitally Remastered 02)Your Car (my Garage)We're The Best Of FriendsWhen I Fall In Love (french Version)What You Won't Do For LoveYour EyesWhy Don't You Do It RightThe Christmas Song (chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)(i've Seen) ParadiseA Little Bit Of HeavenAnnie MaeBeautiful DreamerA Song For YouBe Mine TonightAngel On My ShoulderAll About LoveAcross The NationA Song For ChristmasCan We Get Together AgainGood To Be BackGonna Make You MineCalling YouDon't Look BackDon't Mention My HeartacheDay DreamingGimme Some TimeHere's That Rainy DayI Haven't Got Anything Better To DoHeaven Is With YouI Can't BreakawayI Love Him So MuchI Live For Your LoveWild Women DoI Wanna Love AgainKeep SmilingJust Can't Stay AwayI Won't Deny YouIt's All Right With MeI'm Glad There Is YouI Wish You LoveIt's CrazyKeeping A LightLet There Be LoveLollipops And RosesSomething's Gotta GiveThe Best Is Yet To ComeYou Go To My HeadLet's Face The Music And DanceLike A LoverLove LettersLush LifeLove & KissesLove Is On The WayMy Baby Just Cares For MeLivin' For LoveWhat A Difference A Day MadeNature BoyNon DimenticarOpposites AttractPink CadillacReverend LeeNo More Blue Christmas'Pick Yourself UpNeeding YouNothing Stronger Than LoveSnowfall On The SaharaSmile
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Related Information for Natalie Cole Born February 6, 1950, Natalie Cole is the daughter of celebrated crooner Nat King Cole, she was exposed to the greats of jazz, soul and blues at an early age and began performing at the age of 11. Her debut album in 1975, Inseparable, won her immediate praise, with the smash single This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) (#1 R&B, #6 Pop) winning her a Grammy for Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female, a category that had been monopolized by Aretha Franklin, since its inception in 1967. Sh.. read more