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August 20, 2008 Transgender singer-songwriter Baby Dee has a rich, captivating, otherworldly voice. It soars majestically over mournful, sustained piano chords in "Safe Inside the Day" before retreating and returning, boldly and forcefully. Her voice is a force of nature, marked by dramatic outbursts and an unmistakable air of sadness.
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January 22, 2008 Safe Inside the Day is the latest record from transsexual harpist and pianist Baby Dee. The songs tell the many stories of Dee's life, including her stints in freak shows at Coney Island and playing organ at a South Bronx church.
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