Tina May

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Tina May
Born (1961-03-30) 30 March 1961 (age 57)
Gloucester, U.K.
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Singer
Years active 1980–present
Labels 33 Jazz, Linn
Website www.tinamay.com

Tina May (born 30 March 1961, in Gloucester, U.K.) is English jazz vocalist.

She lived in Frampton-on-Severn when she was young, and attended Stroud High School. She has recorded several albums for 33 Jazz Records, including with Clark Tracey, her former husband. She has also worked with Tony Coe, Nikki Iles, Stan Sulzmann, Ray Bryant, and Enrico Pieranunzi.[1]

Discography[edit]

Solo

  • 1992 Never Let Me Go (33 Jazz)
  • 1993 Fun (33 Jazz)
  • 1994 It Ain't Necessarily So (33 Jazz)
  • 1995 Time Will Tell (33 Jazz)
  • 1998 Change of Sky (33 Jazz)
  • 1998 N'oublie Jamais (33 Jazz)
  • 1999 One Fine Day (33 Jazz)
  • 2000 Live in Paris (33 Jazz)
  • 2003 Early May (33 Jazz)
  • 2003 I'll Take Romance (Linn)
  • 2004 More Than You Know (33 Jazz)
  • 2006 Tina May Sings the Ray Bryant Songbook (33 Jazz)
  • 2006 A Wing and a Prayer with Stan Sulzmann and Nikki Iles (33 Jazz)
  • 2009 I Never Told You (33 Jazz)
  • 2011 No More Hanky Panky Paris Quintet (33 Jazz)
  • 2011 Tina May Sings Piaf: Celebrating a Legend (33 Jazz)
  • 2013 Troubadours, Tina May and Dylan Fowler (33 Jazz)
  • 2013 Musica Paradiso: Songs and Stories from the Silver Screen (Quadrant)
  • 2014 Divas (Hep)
  • 2014 My Kinda Love (Hep)
  • 2015 Home Is Where the Heart Is with Enrico Pieranunzi (33 Jazz)

As guest vocalist

  • 1993 It's a Soul Thing with UTE (33 Jazz)
  • 1994 Undertones Volume 1 (One Movement)
  • 1994 Down to Earth Volume 1 (Planet Earth)
  • 1994 Transatlantic Airs with Michael Hashim (33 Jazz)
  • 2000 Ellington's Sacred Music with Stan Tracey Jazz Orchestra & the Durham Cathedral Choir (33 Jazz)
  • 2007 Cornucopia 2 with Humphrey Lyttelton (Caligraph)
  • 2011 Holland Park Non-Stop with Frank Griffith Big Band (Hep)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carr, Ian; Fairweather, Digby; Priestley, Brian (2004). The Rough Guide to Jazz. Rough Guides. pp. 99–. ISBN 9781843532569. Retrieved 6 July 2012. 

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