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Inseparable (song)

"Inseparable"
Single by Natalie Cole
from the album Inseparable
B-side "How Come You Won't Stay Here"
Released November 14, 1975
Genre Soul
Length 2:26
Label Capitol
Writer(s) Chuck Jackson, Marvin Yancy
Producer(s) Chuck Jackson, Marvin Yancy
Natalie Cole singles chronology

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"Inseparable" is a song originally recorded by R&B singer Natalie Cole. Released in 1975, it was her second straight number one single on the Hot Soul Singles chart from her debut album,Inseparable, and also reached number thirty-two on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart.[1] A cover version was recorded and performed several times by American Idol hopeful Jasmine Trias in the show's third season. The song was also performed by Kimberly Reese (Charnele Brown) during a telethon on an episode of A Different World. Singer Will Downing also covered the song from his 1995 album, Moods.

The song has been sampled several times over the years:

Chart positions

Charts Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 32
U.S. Billboard Hot Soul Singles 1

References

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 127. 

External links

  • [[[:Template:Allmusic]] Song review] on AllMusic
Preceded by
"Turning Point" by Tyrone Davis
Billboard's Hot Soul Singles number one single
February 14, 1976
Succeeded by
"Sweet Thing" by Rufus featuring Chaka Khan