对爵士乐女歌手Abbey Lincoln艾比˙林肯来说,最糟糕的一件事,莫过于很多传统乐迷只记得她曾经是著名鼓手Max Roach麦斯罗区的太太,当然,参与罗区当年的经典名盘《We Insist!: Freedom Now Suite》对艾比˙林肯的声望有很大的帮助,在大众印象里,从此林肯由一位风花雪月鸳鸯蝴蝶的抒情女伶,变成争取黑人人权的音乐文化斗士。但这并不算妻以夫贵,毋宁说是林肯自己的努力成果。   Anna Marie Wooldridge (August 6, 1930 – August 14, 2010), known by her stage name Abbey Lincoln, was an American jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actress, who wrote and performed her own compositions. She was a civil rights advocate during the 1960s.   Born in Chicago but raised in Calvin Center, Cass County, Michigan, Lincoln was one of many singers influenced by Billie Holiday. She often visited the Blue Note jazz club in New York City.Her debut album, Abbey Lincoln's Affair – A Story of a Girl in Love, was followed by a series of albums for Riverside Records. In 1960 she sang on Max Roach's landmark civil rights-themed recording, We Insist! Lincoln’s lyrics were often connected to the civil rights movement in America.   During the 1980s, Lincoln’s creative output was smaller and she released only a few albums during that decade. Her song "For All We Know" is featured in the 1989 film Drugstore Cowboy. During the 1990s and until her death, however, she fulfilled a 10-album contract with Verve Records. After a tour of Africa in the mid-1970s, she adopted the name Aminata Moseka.   These albums are highly regarded and represent a crowning achievement in Lincoln’s career. Devil’s Got Your Tongue (1992) featured Rodney Kendrick, Grady Tate, J. J. Johnson, Stanley Turrentine, Babatunde Olatunji and The Staple Singers, among others.In 2003, Lincoln received a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master Award.
  对爵士乐女歌手Abbey Lincoln艾比˙林肯来说,最糟糕的一件事,莫过于很多传统乐迷只记得她曾经是著名鼓手Max Roach麦斯罗区的太太,当然,参与罗区当年的经典名盘《We Insist!: Freedom Now Suite》对艾比˙林肯的声望有很大的帮助,在大众印象里,从此林肯由一位风花雪月鸳鸯蝴蝶的抒情女伶,变成争取黑人人权的音乐文化斗士。但这并不算妻以夫贵,毋宁说是林肯自己的努力成果。   Anna Marie Wooldridge (August 6, 1930 – August 14, 2010), known by her stage name Abbey Lincoln, was an American jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actress, who wrote and performed her own compositions. She was a civil rights advocate during the 1960s.   Born in Chicago but raised in Calvin Center, Cass County, Michigan, Lincoln was one of many singers influenced by Billie Holiday. She often visited the Blue Note jazz club in New York City.Her debut album, Abbey Lincoln's Affair – A Story of a Girl in Love, was followed by a series of albums for Riverside Records. In 1960 she sang on Max Roach's landmark civil rights-themed recording, We Insist! Lincoln’s lyrics were often connected to the civil rights movement in America.   During the 1980s, Lincoln’s creative output was smaller and she released only a few albums during that decade. Her song "For All We Know" is featured in the 1989 film Drugstore Cowboy. During the 1990s and until her death, however, she fulfilled a 10-album contract with Verve Records. After a tour of Africa in the mid-1970s, she adopted the name Aminata Moseka.   These albums are highly regarded and represent a crowning achievement in Lincoln’s career. Devil’s Got Your Tongue (1992) featured Rodney Kendrick, Grady Tate, J. J. Johnson, Stanley Turrentine, Babatunde Olatunji and The Staple Singers, among others.In 2003, Lincoln received a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master Award.
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