Al Jarreau

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Alwin Lopez Jarreau (12 March 1940 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 12 february 2017, Los Angeles, California), known popularly as Al Jarreau, was an American, Grammy Award–winning jazz singer. Versatile in his singing style, Jarreau is a twelve-time Grammy-nominated vocalist and the only vocalist in history to win a Grammy Award in three separate categories: jazz, pop, and R&B. As the son of a vicar, he had his first singing experiences in a church choir. Read more on Last.fm

Al Jarreau
My Old Friend: Celebrating George Duke
Album (2014)
Al Jarreau
In London
Album (2010)
Al Jarreau
Christmas
Album (2008)
George Benson & Al Jarreau
Givin' It Up
Album (2006)
Al Jarreau
Al Jarreau sings Bill Withers
Album (2005)
Al Jarreau
Accentuate the Positive
Album (2004)
Al Jarreau
All I Got
Album (2002)
Al Jarreau
Expressions
Album (2001)
Al Jarreau
Tomorrow Today
Album (2000)
Ricky Lawson with Gerald Albright, Phil Collins, George Duke, Sheila E., Nathan East, Donald Fagen, Robben Ford, James Ingram, Boney James, Al Jarreau, Kirk Whalum & Vesta Williams
Ricky Lawson & Friends: First Things 1st
Album (1999)
Al Jarreau
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Album (1998)
Al Jarreau
Let’s Stay Together
Album (1997)
Lou Harrison, John Cage; California Symphony, Barry Jekowsky, Al Jarreau
Lou Harrison: A Portrait
Album (1997)
Al Jarreau
Les Inoubliables
Album (1994)
Al Jarreau
Al Jarreau
Album (1993)
Al Jarreau
Heaven and Earth
Album (1992)
Al Jarreau
Heart's Horizon
Album (1988)
Al Jarreau
L Is for Lover
Album (1986)
Al Jarreau
High Crime
Album (1984)
Al Jarreau
1965
Album (1983)
Al Jarreau
Breakin' Away
Album (1983)
Al Jarreau
Ain't No Sunshine
Album (1983)
Al Jarreau
Jarreau
Album (1983)
Al Jarreau
This Time
Album (1980)
Al Jarreau
All Fly Home
Album (1978)
Al Jarreau
Look To The Rainbow
Album (1977)
Al Jarreau
Glow
Album (1976)
Al Jarreau
We Got By
Album (1975)