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Natalie Cole - Hold On (Vinyl)

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  7. My first Natalie Cole CD is "I've Got Love On My Mind." I got it in the early '90s because I want to hear how she interpreted my all-time favorite, "Stairway To The Stars." It was more than what I expected, hers is the best interpretation I have ever heard/5().
  8. One of the best "Live Set" to be captured and committed to vinyl. Ms. Cole proved early on in her R&B career that she was a force to be reckoned with.
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