From her R&B jams to her lengthy jazz and pop songbook, Natalie Cole is “unforgettable.”
Natalie Cole’s passing comes as a shock to all. Like, her father, the 65-year-old singer leaves behind a rich musical legacy. Beginning with her R&B jams in the 1970s to her lengthy jazz and pop songbook, the chart-topping singer is truly “unforgettable.” Here’s a look back at her greatest hits.
“Inseparable” — from her debut album, Inseparable (1975)
“This Will Be” — from her debut album, Inseparable (1975)
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“Sophisticated Lady (She's a Different Lady)” — from her second album, Natalie (1976)
"Good Morning Heartache" — from her second album, Natalie (1976)
“I’ve Got Love on My Mind” — from her third album, Unpredictable (1977)
“Our Love” — from her fourth album, Thankful (1977)
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“Pink Cadillac” - from her 11th album, Everlasting (1987)
“Miss You Like Crazy” - from her 12th album, Good to Be Back (1989)
“Unforgettable” — from her 13th album, Unforgettable… with Love (1991)
“Snowfall on the Sahara” — from her 17th album, Snowfall on the Sahara (1999).
And then there was this epic tribute to Cole by Rachelle Ferrell and Deborah Cox at the Soul Train Awards in 1999.
What are you favorite Natalie Cole songs?