Carmen McRae

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Carmen Mercedes McRae (8 April 1920 – 10 November 1994) was an American musician, composer and actress. She performed jazz music. She recorded more than sixty albums. Her hit singles included "Dream of Life", "Good Morning Heartache" and "God Bless the Child".

McRae was born in New York City. She died in Beverly Hills, California from a stroke at 74.