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Nancy Harrow


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Nancy Harrow (b. October 3, 1930, New York City) is an American jazz singer.

Harrow studied classical piano from age seven, then decided to pursue careers in dancing and singing. She released an album for Candid Records in 1960 (featuring Kenny Burrell, Buck Clayton, Dickie Wells, and Milt Hinton) and one for Atlantic Records in 1962 (featuring John Lewis, Dick Katz, Phil Woods, Jim Hall, Richard Davis, and Connie Kay), then left music to raise a family, returning to a career in music in 1975. Since then she has worked with Katz and Woods again, Clark Terry, Roland Hanna, and Bob Brookmeyer, among others.


Wild Women Don’t Have the Blues (Candid Records, 1960)
You Never Know (Atlantic Records, 1962)
Anything Goes (Audiophile Records, 1979)
The John Lewis Album for Nancy Harrow (Finesse Records, 1981 )
Two’s Company (Inner City Records, 1984)
You’re Nearer (Tono Records, 1986)
Street of Dreams (Gazell Records, 1988)
The Beatles & Other Standards (Nippon Phonogram/Em-Arcy, 1990)
Secrets (Soul Note, 1992)
Lost Lady (Soul Note, 1994)
You’re Nearer (Baldwin Street Music, 1998)
The Marble Faun (Harbinger, 1999)
The Adventures of Maya the Bee (Harbinger Records, 2000)
Winter Dreams: The Life and Passions of F. Scott Fitzgerald (Artists House, 2003)
The Cat Who Went to Heaven (Artists House, 2005)

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