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Southern belle, Nanette Workman is best known as a Canadian singer since she had her first success in Canada. In 1969 Nanette Workman sang backup vocals on "You Can't Always Get What You Want", "Country Honk" and "Honky Tonk Woman," - she also worked with John Lennon and Elton John. This album, “Workman, Frampton & Friends” was recorded in 1977 as a nod to her Southern roots. She was backed by Jim Price (trumpet), Bobby Keys (sax); Peter Frampton (guitar); Andy Brown (bass, keyboards); Mike Kelli (drums) plus Madeline Bell, Doris Troy and Lisa Strike (background vocals).

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