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  1. May 21,  · made this cause i couldnt find it on youtube, and i like anime, plus thats all i had to make this vid at the time, so enjoy ^^.
  2. After buying all of the legit 5th Dimension and Sade CD releases, I needed a new supplier of heartfelt vocals, poignant lyrics and lush composition to feed my musical jonesing. Thirty eight years earlier, along comes Minnie Riperton(and Charles Stepney on the production and composition side). Ms. Minnie Riperton was simply an amazing talent/5(87).
  3. Product description. Brand New tercdownrosarsaposuldistpodpnelmita.coinfo At long last, Minnie Riperton fans have a collection that does the extraordinary vocalist justice. This two-CD set is a gorgeous testament to her talents--her breathtaking, five-and-a-half octave range, her incredible versatility, and the exquisite, inimitable artistry Riperton brought to everything she did throughout her all-too-brief career, which /5(37).
  4. Minnie Riperton Wouldn't Matter Where You Are by dollfacedlush1. [Deleted video] Minnie Riperton - Completeness by hamishblues. Minnie Riperton: Close Your Eyes & Remember by MrMusikRnb. Minnie Riperton Lover And Friend by Soulhawk.
  5. Minnie Julia Riperton Rudolph was an African American singer-songwriter best known for her single "Lovin' You" and her five-octave coloratura soprano ra.
  6. Although her death at 31 still reverberates through pop and R&B, Petals: The Minnie Riperton Collection is one of the first sets to successfully celebrate the joy, sensuality and wonder inherent in Minnie Riperton's music. This two-CD set has 34 tracks spanning the years
  7. about. The tragic death of year-old Minnie Riperton in silenced one of soul music's most unique and unforgettable voices. Blessed with an angelic five-octave vocal range, she scored her greatest commercial success with the chart-topping pop ballad ".
  8. release that features recordings from two of the great female Soul acts of the '70s: Minnie Riperton and Three Degrees. Riperton was an American singer and songwriter noted for her rare five-and-a-half octave vocal range. Having an innate ability to imitate many instruments helped lead to her discovery while she was a secretary at Chess tercdownrosarsaposuldistpodpnelmita.coinfo: $
  9. Minnie Riperton's solo debut is in many respects her finest hour -- devoid of the overly syrupy production that hampers her later work, Come to My Garden instead couches her miraculous voice in the elegant arrangements of the great Charles Stepney, striking a perfect balance between romantic melodrama and .

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