Natalie Merchant

Natalie Merchant

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Natalie Merchant is an American pop rock and rock musician and songwriter. He was born on October 26, 1963, in Jamestown, New York, USA. She started her music career as a lead singer for the band 10,000 Maniacs. She was recruited by this band while she was a student at Jamestown Community College. But later, she decided to start her solo career. Her breakthrough debut album, Tigerlily, was commercially-successful, and it spawned her first hit single "Carnival". Other album's singles, "Wonder" and "Jealousy", also achieved top-forty success. This album also became Merchant’s most successful album to date. And now, you may download Natalie Merchant's debut album, Tigerlily, in mp3 from our site. After this release she took some break. And only in three years released her following album, Ophelia. This album contained symphonic arrangements, which were composed by British composer Gavin Bryers.

Discography Natalie Merchant

  Title Tracks Year Price  
Paradise Is There
Paradise Is There 11 2015 $1.16
Natalie Merchant
Natalie Merchant 11 2014 $1.16
Leave Your Sleep (disc 2)
Leave Your Sleep (disc 2) 13 2010 $1.37
Leave Your Sleep (disc 1)
Leave Your Sleep (disc 1) 13 2010 $1.37
Leave Your Sleep Cd2
Leave Your Sleep Cd2 13 2010 $1.37
Leave Your Sleep Cd1
Leave Your Sleep Cd1 13 2010 $1.37
Selections From The Album Leave Your Sleep
Selections From The Album Leave Your Sleep 16 2010 $1.68
The House Carpenter's Daughter
The House Carpenter's Daughter 11 2003 $1.16
Live In Concert
Live In Concert 11 1999 $1.16
Ophelia 11 1998 $1.17
Tigerlily 11 1995 $1.16
Retrospective 1990-2005
Retrospective 1990-2005 13 $1.37
Motherland 12 $1.26

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