Mina Agossi (January 6, 1972, Besançon) is a French singer-songwriter. Agossi, whose mother is from France and whose father is from Benin, began her career as the protege of Archie Shepp. In her youth, she lived with her mother, a Mathematics professor, in Niger, Morocco and the Ivory Coast. She began her career as a theater actress; in 1993 she sang in a Swing- and New Orleans Jazz Band, with whom she toured in France and Ireland
The Sweet was a compilation album released as Sweet's debut album in the US and Canada, substituting for the 1971 UK album Funny How Sweet Co-Co Can Be. (The band's second album, Sweet Fanny Adams was also not given a US release, but tracks from that and the band's third album Desolation Boulevard were combined on the US version of that album to compensate for this.
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Artist: Mina Agossi Album: UrbAfrika Genre: Vocal Jazz Origin: France Released: 2017 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: I Don’t Want to Be Alone Another Life Si bien (feat. Paco Séry) Otto Dagbe (feat. Paco Séry) Fille de la terre Shake Your Tree Juicy Fruity Dream Zone UrbAfrika (feat. Paco Séry) Immensité Azosse.
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Mina Agossi was born in France in 1972 to French and West African parents, both of whom had backgrounds in performance arts. Mina found herself drawn to the stage and also followed in her mother's footsteps by finding a love of travel. This passion led to her studying Theatre in many different countries, including Niger, Morocco, and France.
When jazz vocalist Freddy Cole sings, it's with a built-in groove that's unshakeable, with warm, honeyed tones that wrap the lyrics in velvet and set them down firmly in the pocket. Cole has one great little album here; if you thought it was impossible to produce a modern-day jazz vocal album that's not infused with endless oodles-of-noodles riffing that shows you nothing except the ability of the vocalist to sing everything but the melody, be prepared for greatness. With a small combo led by pianist Cedar Walton and tenor saxophonist Grover Washington, J. Cole has a backdrop.
|1||–Freddy Cole||It's Impossible||04:52|
|2||–Freddy Cole||If I Love Again||04:20|
|3||–Freddy Cole||Medley - Don't Take Your Love From Me||04:06|
|4||–Freddy Cole||I'll Never Be The Shame||06:00|
|6||–The Sweet Vandals||Thank You For You||03:26|
|7||–The Sweet Vandals||Good Thing||04:16|
|8||–The Sweet Vandals||Take Me Now||03:11|
|9||–The Sweet Vandals||Let's Have Some Fun||03:50|
|10||–The Sweet Vandals||I Hate To Hate You||04:46|
|12||–Mina Agossi||Ain't Misbehavin||03:02|
|13||–Mina Agossi||The End Of A Love Affair||03:48|
|14||–Mina Agossi||Closer To Me||2:33|