- Title:Lullabies In The Key Of Life
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Tulivu-Donna Lynn Cumberbatch, daughter of Harold Cumberbatch (a baritone saxophone player), is a jazz singer from Brooklyn. Her African name "Tulivu" translates from Swahili loosely to "beautiful," and her English name, "Donna Lynn" is derived from "Donna Lee," the jazz piece made popular by Charlie Parker. She gained recognition for her work with Yoko Kanno on the album Song to Fly and on Kanno's soundtracks for the anime television series Cowboy Bebop. With Yuki Kajiura she recorded a jazz version of the Noir song "Lullaby" for Kajiura's solo album Fiction. Lullabies in the Key of Life – For the Child in All of Us (1997). Daughters of the Nile (1999). In the Company of You" (1999).
Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch. Real Name: Tulivu-Donna Lynn Cumberbatch-Henry. Profile: Jazz vocalist based in Brooklyn, NY. Sites: tulivu. In Groups: Lucy Galliher Group. Variations: Viewing All Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch. Donna Cumberbatch, Donna L. Henry, Tulivu Cumberbatch.
Tulivu-Donna Lynn Cumberbatch, daughter of Harold Cumberbatch (a baritone saxophone player), is a jazz singer from Brooklyn. Spirit Within Us, Andrei Strobert (1993). As a teenager, Parker developed a morphine addiction while hospitalized after an automobile accident and he continued using heroin throughout his life, and it ultimately contributed to his death. In 1939 Parker moved to New York City, to pursue a career in music and he held several other jobs as well. As a child, Cumberbatch participated in church choir and the All City High School Chorus, then studied at Herbert H. Lehman College. She gained recognition for her work with Yoko Kanno on the album Song to Fly and on Kanno's soundtracks for the anime TV series Cowboy Bebop. Writer: Composed & Arranged;Yoko Kanno;. Album: Cowboy Bebop - Tank! THE! BEST.
Yoko Kanno & Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch Mushroom Hunting. Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch The Singing Sea (Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack 2 No Disc).
Tulivu-Donna Lynn Cumberbatch, daughter of Harold Cumberbatch (a baritone saxophone player), is a jazz singer from Brooklyn, and has been compared to Bessie Smith, Carmen McRae, Sarah Vaughan, Gloria Lynn, Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy Wilson, and Aretha Franklin in terms of her singing ability. She has performed in the Caribbean, Europe and Canada, and frequently at jazz clubs and festivals in Brooklyn and New York. She gained additional recognition for work with composer Yoko Kanno on songs for her solo album Song to Fly, and her Cowboy Bebop soundtracks. Cumberbatch also recorded with another acclaimed composer, Yuki Kajiura, doing a jazz rendition of the Noir song Lullaby for Kajiura's solo album Fiction. Lullabies in the Key of Life ~ For the Child in All of Us (1997).
A golden bird Today I heard Sitting upon a silver branch His little song was very long Which made me sad and start to laugh. My sister is he My brother is she But there is only me in the family When I grow up I'll go down The river to the Singing Sea. More on Genius. The Singing Sea" Track Info. Written By Chris Mosdell. Vocals Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch. Release Date October 21, 1998. Cowboy Bebop (Original Soundtrack 2) No Disc シートベルツ Seatbelts.
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|A1||A Child Is Born
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Thad Jones
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Linda Scott
|A3||Look At That Face
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Anthony Newley, Leslie Bricusse
Performer, Vocals – Ayodele MaakheruSongwriter, Lyrics By – Joni Mitchell
|A5||Teach Me The Way To Go
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Donna L. Henry*
Songwriter, Lyrics By – Donna L. Henry*
Lyrics By – Doug CarnPercussion – Andrei StrobertSongwriter – Wayne Shorter
|B2||Blue In Green
Lyrics By – Doug CarnSongwriter – Bill Evans
Lyrics By – Doug CarnSongwriter – Horace Silver
- Artwork, Layout, Engineer – Andrei Strobert
- Engineer – Lonnie Plaxico
- Guitar – Ayodele Maakheru
- Vocals, Executive Producer – Tulivu-Donna Cumberbatch
Notes"For the child in all of us."
Dedicated to Atiba Henry & Ayana.