Natalie Cole is without question one of the most talented and adored vocalists in the world. Whether singing pop, jazz, soul/R&B, or the blues, her voice is an undisputed national treasure, and it all started in 1975 with her incomparable debut recording Inseparable. But many music fans forget the massive impact she had upon her arrival in 1975.
Although much of her later success was in the Pop and Adult Contemporary worlds, Inseparable was clearly more of an R&B effort. The writing and producing team of Chuck Jackson and Marvin Yancy delivered enduringly soulful tracks that left the audience comparing Natalie to Aretha Franklin, though she already had her own distinct artistic personality.
This Gold-Certified smash was a #1 R&B album, with two #1 R&B singles in This Will Be and the timeless title track. Famously, at the Grammy ® Awards ceremony the following Spring, Cole not only won for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance but also took home the coveted statue for Best New Artist.
Experience where this unforgettable career started with Inseparable, finally back in print mastered in 24-bit with new liner notes, on Mosaic Contemporary.