Mississippi-born singer Cassandra Wilson (1955) relocated to New York in 1982 where she became the most famous member of the M-Base Collective.
Most of her albums are collections of covers sung in a derivative register.
She blossomed with New Moon Daughter (1995), when she started borrowing
from the whole canon of popular music (folk, blues, country, soul, rock) to
mold her own voice, a project continued on Belly of the Sun (2002) and
Glamoured (march 2003),
that feature more of her own compositions,
but often interrupted by tedious collections of covers.
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