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1957-1962: The Essential Works [LP]
1957-1962: The Essential Works [LP]
Artist: Nina Simone
Format: Vinyl

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Label: MASTERS OF JAZZ
Rel. Date: 05/01/2020
UPC: 3760300310755

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DISC: 1

1. My Baby Just Cares for Me
2. Love Me or Leave Me
3. I Love You Porgy
4. Little Girl Blue
5. Mood Indigo
6. Blue Prelude
7. Stomping at the Savoy
8. You've Been Gone Too Long
9. That's Him Over There
10. He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
11. African Mailman
12. Wild Is the Wind
13. The Other Woman
14. Summertime
15. Exactly Like You
16. I Don't Want Him You Can Have Him
17. Fine and Mellow
18. Work Song
19. Just Say I Love Him
20. Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
21. Something to Live for
22. Can't Get Out of This Mood
23. Solitaire

More Info:

Nina Simone was an exceptional artist. She was gifted with a precocious talent and she played music at home and in church. Nina originally counted on becoming the first black female classical pianist?; her plans were thwarted and that frustration no doubt permeated almost her entire career. Yet she became a diva capable of combining the jazz world with those of the classics and soul, and among other titles she recorded are some of the most vibrant and moving performances of Wild is the Wind or You Can Have Him, I don?t Want Him. She was one of the greatest artists of her time, and her fervour and rigorous demands concerning the quality of her music took her to the highest summits, whether in her compositions or in her vocal and piano performances. For all that, she never forgot her condition as a black woman in the America of the Sixties, and her active commitment to defending the rights of the black minority was exemplary - and at times even excessive, for which she was often reproached. She has left us some of the most beautiful chapters in jazz and soul music, among them the 23 titles that appear in this album.