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Nanette Natal: I Must Be Dreaming

The résumé is impressive: Nanette Natal has been steadily active since 1962, crisscrossing classical, folk and rock before finally settling into a Nina Simone-esque jazz groove in the ’70s and ’80s. The sentiment seems worthy: seven self-penned protest songs meant to address the domestic and global turmoil of the Dubya era. The album is a mess.

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