Tina May

Tina May

Tina May (born March 30, 1961) is an English female jazz vocalist who has recorded several albums on the 33 Records label, born in Gloucester, U.K.. She lived in Frampton-on-Severn when she was young, and attended Stroud High Grammar School. Her ex-husband, Clark Tracey, appears on most of her albums for the label. May has also worked with Tony Coe and Nikki Iles.

Discography

  • 1992: Never Let Me Go (33 Records)
  • 1993: Fun (33 Records)
  • 1994: It Ain't Necessarily So (33 Records)
  • 1995: Time Will Tell (33 Records)
  • 1998: Change of Sky (33 Records)
  • 1998: N'oublie jamais (33 Records)
  • 1999: One Fine Day (33 Records)
  • 2000: Live in Paris (33 Records)
  • 2002: Untitled featuring Scott Hamilton (Linn Records)
  • 2003: Early May (Linn Records)
  • 2003: I'll Take Romance (Linn Records)

As guest vocalist

  • 1993: It's a Soul Thing — with UTE (33 Records)
  • 1994: Undertones Volume 1 (One Movement)
  • 1994: Down to Earth Volume 1 (Planet Earth)
  • 1994: Transatlantic Airs — with Michael Hashim (33 Records)
  • 2000: Ellington's Sacred Music — with Stan Tracey Jazz Orchestra & the Durham Cathedral Choir (33 Records)

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