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Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: February 10, 1940 | Died: June 7, 2009    

Kenny Rankin

In a remarkable recording career that spans three and a half decades, Kenny Rankin has established an impressive set of creative credentials, as an insightful songwriter, a distinctive guitarist and, above all, a world-class singer possessing an uncanny ability to cut straight to a song's emotional heart.

While his supple, pristine tenor has earned him status as a singer's singer, Rankin's songwriting talents have been widely recognized by his peers. For example, his “In the Name of Love” inspired a memorable version by Peggy Lee, while his “Haven't We Met” has been cut by a number of jazz and pop artists including Carmen McRae and Mel Torme. Other Rankin compositions have been covered by a diverse assortment of artists....
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    A Song For You

    Verve Music Group
    2002
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    The Bottom Line Encore Collection

    Blue Note
    1999
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    Because Of You

    Blue Note
    1991
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    Hiding In Myself

    Blue Note
    1988
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    After The Roses

    Blue Note
    1980
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    When Sunny Gets Blue / I Love You

    Blue Note
    1977
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    The Kenny Rankin Album

    Blue Note
    1977
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Verve Music Group (2002)
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