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Carole Denise Fredericks (June 5, 1952, Springfield, Massachusetts – June 7, 2001, Dakar, Senegal) was an American singer most famous for her recordings in France. Carole emerged from the shadow of her brother, the legendary blues musicologist Taj Mahal, to achieve fame and popularity in Europe and the French-speaking world. For more than two decades Paris, France, was her adopted home and Dakar, Senegal, was her favorite vacation spot. Although Fredericks left her mother country, she never left her roots. Steeped in the fertile music traditions of her parents, striving professionals from the Carolinas and the West Indies, she emerged as a powerful singer who wove the passionate threads of blues, jazz, gospel and R&B into a uniquely French tapestry. Between 1990 and 1996 she was in the trio Fredericks Goldman Jones alongside singer-songwriter Jean-Jacques Goldman and Welsh-French guitarist Michael Jones.

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Florent Pagny [2001]

Florent Pagny
SongDuration
Loin5:06

Springfield [1996]

Springfield
SongDuration
Oh Happy Day1:59

Rester Vrai [1994]

Rester Vrai
SongDuration
Loin5:04

L' Autre... [1991]

L' Autre...
SongDuration
Agnus Dei5:49

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