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Natalie Maria Cole (Natalie) Cole (February 6, 1950) is an American jazz singer and actress. She is the daughter of the jazz singer Nat King Cole.

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Biography[Edit]Edit

The early years[Edit]Edit

Natalie makes her singing debut on her sixth, when she heard on the tapes on her father's Christmas album. Father Wet was surprised at his daughters talent, and made sure they could occur once a week in a nightclub.

When Natalie was fifteen years her father, died of lung cancer. After his death the family moved. Natalie listened to rock and roll music, which inspired her. Meanwhile Natalie sat in College, she wanted to be a psychologist. Still, singing her passion and she became involved in a band, which played both jazz and rock and roll. After Natalie had her diploma in 1972, she continued with gig.

[1][2]Natalie Cole===Her music career[Edit]===

In 1975 she released her first album "Inseparable", with big hits as "Inseparable" and "This will be". For this album she got two Grammy Awards. In 1976 she released her second album, which they quite appropriate "Natalie" mentioned. Also for this album did, Natalie a Grammy. After this album head four more albums: "Unpredictable", "Thankful", "Natalie... Live "and" I Love you so ". Between these series by Natalie Gets a son: Robert Adam Yancy (1977). Natalies success seemed limitless: in 1979 she got her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

The fame also had a downside: after Natalie the album "we're The best Of Friends" had made, she became addicted to drugs and alcohol. However, she made three more albums: "Don't look back", "Happy Love" and "I'm Ready". In 1983 left Natalie seeks rehab, where she remained for thirty days. Everything seemed to be getting better until her husband Marvin Yancy died of a heart attack in 1985.

Natalie went through with reading anyway. In 1985 came the album "Dangerous", followed by "Everlasting" (1987) and "Good to be back" (1989). In the same year married Natalie with producer Andre Fischer, who she went again in 1996 divorce. Her best-selling album made Natalie in 1991: "Unforgettable ... With Love ". By means of modern technique sings Natalie even a "duet" with her father. Her album "Take a Look" (1993) was not as successful as the previous albums. In 1994, Natalie a Christmas album, "Holly and Ivy". On her album "Stardust" (1996) sang Natalie display a "duet" with her father. In the same year appeared Natalies second Christmas album and in 1999 she published her album "Snowfall on the Sahara", followed by her third Christmas album.

After all this success, Natalie in 2000 a "Greatest Hits"-album. In 2001, she got her own film: "Living for love: The Natalie Cole Story". In the same year thought Natalie Cole find happiness with Bishop Kenneth Dupree, but this marriage was not long lived; they divorced in 2004. Natalies penultimate album "Ask a Woman who Knows" (2002) stone full of hits.

In July 2008 was diagnosed hepatitis C adopted. Cole suspect they are drugs-related liver disease 30 years sure has accumulated. [source?]

Discography[Edit]Edit

Albums[Edit]Edit

Album (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Album Top 100

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
Inseparable 11-05-1975 -
Natalie 09-04-1976 -
Unpredictable 02-1977 -
Thankful 16-11-1977 -
Natalie live! 13-06-1978 - Live Album
I love you so 19-03-1979 -
We're the best of friends 11-1979 - with Peabo Bryson
Don't look back 15-05-1980 -
Happy love 1981 -
The Natalie Cole collection 1982 - Compilation album
I'm ready 1983 -
Dangerous 1985 -
Everlasting 17-06-1987 -
Good to be back 19-04-1989 01-07-1989 74 9
Unforgettable ... with love 07-06-1991 06-07-1991 20 20
Twin best now 30-09-1992 - Compilation album
Take a look 24-05-1993 03-07-1993 54 11
Holly & Ivy 01-10-1994 -
I've got love on my mind 16-10-1995 - Compilation album
Stardust 09-09-1996 -
A celebration of Christmas 29-10-1996 - with José Carreras & Plácido Domingo/

Live Album

This will be: Natalie Cole's everlasting love 03-06-1997 - Compilation album
Super best 28-01-1998 - Compilation album
Snowfall on the Sahara 22-06-1999 -
The magic of Christmas 19-10-1999 - with London Symphony Orchestra
Greatest hits, vol. 1 07-11-2000 - Compilation album
Love songs 29-01-2001 - Compilation album
The best of Natalie Cole 13-03-2001 - Compilation album
Ask a woman who knows 17-09-2002 -
Anthology 27-03-2003 - Compilation album
Leavin' 02-05-2006 -
Still unforgettable 09-09-2008 -
Caroling, caroling: Christmas with Natalie Cole 07-10-2008 -
Original album series 01-05-2010 - Compilation album
The most wonderful time of the year 07-09-2010 - with Mormon Tabernacle Choir /

Live Album

Natalie Cole en Español 25-06-2013 -

Singles[Edit]Edit

Single (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Top 40

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
This will be 1975 18-10-1975 16 6 No. 18 in the Single Top 100
Pink cadillac 1988 07-05-1988 25 6 No. 26 in the Single Top 100
Miss you like crazy 1989 01-07-1989 18 7 No. 13 in the Single Top 100
Unforgettable 1991 20-07-1991 20 6 with Nat King Cole /

No. 15 in the Single Top 100

Single (s) with any charts in the

the Dutch Top 40

Date of

appear

Date of

entry

Highest

position

Number Of

weeks

Comments
This will be 1975 - No. 5 in the Radio 2 Top 30
Pink cadillac 1988 - No. 15 in the Radio 2 Top 30
Miss you like crazy 1989 - No. 10 in the Radio 2 Top 30
Unforgettable 1991 - with Nat King Cole/

No. 6 in the Radio 2 Top 30

Finally made me happy 2007 21-04-2007 tip23 - with Macy Gray

Radio 2 Top 2000[Edit]Edit

Number (s) with markings

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
Miss you like crazy - 1993 - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Dvd[Edit]Edit

  • Ask a woman who knows 2002
  • Smile 2004

Film/tv[Edit]Edit

  • Freak City 1999
  • Always Outnumbered 1998
  • Lily In Winter 1994

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