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Sathima Bea Benjamin

Primary Instrument: Vocalist

Born: October 17, 1936 | Died: August 20, 2013    

Sathima Bea Benjamin

South African vocalist, composer, and lyricist Sathima Bea Benjamin was born October 17, 1936 in Johannesburg and raised in Cape Town, where she began singing in church. As a youth, she first performed popular music in talent contests held during intermission at the local cinema and by the late 1950s she was singing at various nightclubs, community dances and social events. She built her repertoire watching British and American movies and listening to the radio, where she discovered Nat King Cole, Billie Holiday, Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald and other jazz and pop singers who would influence her early singing style....
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  • African Songbird

    Ekapa Records
    2013
    BUY
  • Sathima Sings Ellington

    Ekapa Records
    2009
    BUY
  • A Morning in Paris

    Ekapa
    2008
    BUY
  • A Morning In Paris

    Ekapa Records
    2007
    BUY
  • Musical Echoes

    Ekapa
    2006
    BUY
  • SongSpirit

    Ekapa
    2006
    BUY
  • Musical Echoes

    Ekapa
    2003
    BUY
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Featured recording “A Morning in Paris”

A Morning in Paris
Ekapa (2008)
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