Her very first album, Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley is fantastic. First recorded in 1962, it is still a wonderfully well recorded album. Every other cut is an instrumental, with Cannonball, his brother Nat, and later of Weather Report, on piano, Joe Zawinall (sp?). Save Your Love For Me, Masquerade, are both exceptional cuts. I listened to this album on my suitcase style record player as a kid...now, rereleased, a Capitol, CD. I love this album. Yes Ms. Wilson is a singer for the ages, and probably the premier female singer of her genre subsequent to Ella.
Get it if you can, it's well worth owning.
Also, as a side note, her rendition of Johnny Mercer's "When October Comes" on another album which I can't remember the name of, is WELL worth owning too.