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17 Years After The Multi-Platinum Album "Unforgettable...With Love", The Eight-time Grammyr Winning Singer prepares to release her follow-Up album 'Still Unforgettable' on 29th September with substantial UK promotion to coincide with the release. This much anticipated release is a timeless collection of popular tracks from the great American songbook, transformed to life with Natalie's beautiful vocal and iridescent flair. Natalie has had an amazing string of hits throughout the years including 'This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)', 'Miss You Like Crazy' and 'Pink Cadillac', achieving Grammy success eight times over. 1991 saw the release of 'Unforgettable' featuring her own poignant arrangements of her Father the legendary Nat King Cole's greatest hits. The album went on to sell over 14 million copies worldwide. Recorded at the historical Capital Studios in LA and produced by Natalie herself, the album features classics 'Walkin' My Baby Back Home' a duet with Nat King Cole, 'Come Rain or Come Shine', 'Here's That Rainy Day' and 'But Beautiful'. Pre-ceding the album release, is the lead track from the album 'Walkin' My Baby Back Home' - a wonderful duet with her late father Nat King Cole, which was first released by him in the 1950's - available digitally from 29th July. A brand new video for this song and an EPK is being created for TV promotion.
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  • Audio CD (September 9, 2008)
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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B001AW3UNQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #85,916 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Mark Blackburn on September 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I awoke this morning thinking about Natalie Cole (her latest CD went on sale today in Canada) and my thoughts were about Natalie's long-ago `Winnipeg connection.'

Back when Natalie was embarking on her own career, and appearing for the first time on TV-network talk shows -- like Mike Douglas (more about that in a moment) Natalie performed at a long-forgotten Winnipeg nightclub -- "Town & Country." It was there Natalie met with the wife of a dear friend -- named Edna Ducharme, then our city's preeminent dress designer (whose creations were once featured in the Chicago Tribune fashion pages).

Natalie asked Edna to custom-design some dresses, and wore them, to Edna's delight, on a couple of network TV appearances. Edna died several years ago (after a long battle with diabetes). And, I'd like to think she's looking down today -- and smiling proudly at Natalie's continuing appreciation for the most exquisitely-beautiful, (one-of-a-kind?) fashion creations --- as modeled by Natalie on the cover and liner notes of this latest `gem' of an album.

That style and grace certainly extends to the music here!

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Do me a favor, would you? When you get this CD, go straight for track 8 - "Here's That Rainy Day" [one of the two best songs written by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen -- the other is "But Beautiful" - the track that follows this one]. Just leave your CD running from there . . . for what may be the BEST sequence of several songs on the album (though every one of these is brilliant, and each arrangement sparkles with subtle, delightful differences.

All my life I've been waiting to hear (what I would declare) the "best-ever" version of "Here's That Rainy Day.
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By Realpeeps on September 13, 2008
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Natalie has an outstanding voice one of the best I have ever heard and she could sing anything. But, this CD you can tell she was sick when she recorded it. As Natalie knows to sing this kind of music you have to feel it and put those emotions in the song as she did with her prior CDs. This CD she is just singing it and you can't do that with these songs. You have these incredible bands with great music and you have to out do the music, as Smoky Robinson found out when he tried to make a CD with the old classics, which was terrible. I am a big collector of classic music and I know Natalie can do much better than this, but I have a very critical ear when it comes to this kind of music.
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I don't know a lot about Natalie Cole. I am familiar with the tune, This Will Be and I always liked it. I always thought she had a wonderful voice. When I saw the low prices of Unforgetable and Still Unforgettable on Amazon, I figured what the heck, give them a try. As a guitar player lately I've been getting into standards and there is a lot of them on this álbum. Lollipops and Roses was a song I was particularly interested in. I have a versión of the same song by Fareed Haque. Natalie's versión is very nice and look foward to playing that song on my guitar. I would recommend this álbum to anyone who likes beautiful music. Get this one and Unforgettable, you can't go wrong.
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As everyone knows by now, Natalie Maria Cole passed away on December 31, 2015, due to complications from hepatitis-C, the result of heavy heroin and cocaine use in the 1970s and 1980s. But she left behind a glorious musical legacy, including this wonderful sequel to her 1991 mega-smash, Unforgettable... With Love, a tribute to her great Dad, the late Nat "King" Cole. While not as good as the former, STILL UNFORGETTABLE offers another father-daughter duet on "Walking My Baby Back Home," the Tony Bennett-Frank Sinatra classic "The Best Is Yet To Come," "But Beautiful," "Here's That Rainy Day," the obscure "Coffee Time," "How Do You Keep The Music Playing," her dad's hit "Somewhere Along The Way," "You Go To My Head," made famous by Billie Holiday, the Jack Jones/Tijuana Brass hit, "Lollipops And Roses," and many more.

Other Natalie Cole albums I would recommend: Take a Look (1993); Stardust (1996); Ask A Woman Who Knows (2002); both of her studio Christmas albums, Holly & Ivy (1994) and
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Probably not in the top 3 of Natalie's Greatest Recordings, but a close, 4th. I was truly saddened for days recently (Jan. 16) upon hearing that she passed away at 65. What a wonderful story of perserverance, talent, developing her voice frm some time pop diva to truly, world class, jazz chanteuse, and handling her career, ups & downs. Despite serious health issues last 4 decades of her life, she kept singing, recording, doing concert tours when possible, and adding great subtlety & spice, to many recordings made by other singers and orchestras.

While not every song on this 'mid-career' recording is stellar or eminently memorable, most ARE, and she does a pretty good job of it, given her health at this point had hit a 'wall', while trying to compete with her previous one or two Platinum selling, 'Big Hit', Recordings. Most impressive, is how she managed to improve her 'pipes' over the following 18 yrs, and record a number of 'world-class' Vocal/jazz/pop, recordings, that will stand the test of time, as much as Streisand's best work has and will. Natalie was imo, one of the top 5-7 voices in American if not 'western' 20th & early 21st century 'ballad/Standard/pop/jazz Music, and one of probably the top 3 female voices of her generation. She and her background team also were one of the Finest at picking the most touching, swinging, soothing, sexy, classy, American standard, pop & jazz tunes!! RIP, Natalie!!
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