Dakota Staton

Aliyah Rabia
Dakota Staton - Orchestra conducted by Sid Feller
June 3, 1930
April 10, 2007
United States
Jazz vocalist, who married trumpeter Talib Ahmad Dawud (a.k.a. Al Barrymore) in 1958 and converted to Islam. During that marriage she only occasionally used the name Aliyah Rabia, and not after she and Dawud divorced in the late 1960s.


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Title Performer Release date Label
A Packet of Love Letters Dakota Staton July 27, 1999 HighNote
Crazy He Calls Me Dakota Staton April 1959 Capitol Records
Dakota Dakota Staton - Orchestra conducted by Benny Carter January 1961 Capitol Records
Dakota '66 Dakota Staton 1966 Columbia [EMI]
Dakota at Storyville Dakota Staton accompanied by The Norman Simmons Quartet January 1962 Capitol Records
Dakota Staton Dakota Staton 1991 Muse Records
Dakota Staton Sings Ballads and the Blues Dakota Staton June 1960 Capitol Records
Dakota Staton with Strings Dakota Staton 1964 United Artists Records
Darling Please Save Your Love for Me Dakota Staton 1992 Muse Records
Dynamic! Dakota Staton 2006 Capitol Jazz
Dynamic! Dakota Staton September 1958 Capitol Records
From Dakota with Love Dakota Staton August 1963 United Artists Records
In the Night The George Shearing Quintet with Dakota Staton May 1958 Capitol Records
Isn't This a Lovely Day Dakota Staton July 18, 1995 Muse Records
I've Been There Dakota Staton 1970 Verve Records
I Want a Country Man Dakota Staton 1973 Groove Merchant
Madame Foo-Foo Dakota Staton, Groove Holmes at the Organ 1972 Groove Merchant
More Than the Most Dakota Staton February 1960 Capitol Records
Ms. Soul Dakota Staton 1974 Groove Merchant
'Round Midnight Dakota Staton August 1961 Capitol Records
Softly Dakota Staton September 1960 Capitol Records
The Late, Late Show Dakota Staton September 1957 Capitol Records
Time to Swing Dakota Staton September 1959 Capitol Records
Uniquely Dakota Dakota Staton 1983 Half Moon