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Nina Simone At Carnegie Hall

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01
Black Swan (Theme from "The Medium")
6:07  
02
Theme from Samson and Delilah
5:54  
03
If You Knew
3:30  
04
Theme from Sayonara
3:18  
05
The Twelfth of Never
3:27  
06
Will I Find My Love Today
6:41  
07
The Other Woman / Cotton Eyed Joe
7:28  
08
Work Song (Bonus Track)
10:22  
09
Silver City Bound
5:05  
10
When I Was a Young Girl
6:04  
11
Eretz Zavat Chalav U'dvash
4:19  
12
Lass of the Low Country
6:08  
13
The Young Knight
5:33  
14
Vaynikehu
2:29  
15
Mightly Lak a Rose
3:04  
16
Hush Little Baby
4:07  
17
Little Liza Jane (Bonus Track)
4:45  
18
Will I Find My Love Today (Bonus Track)
4:41  
19
Blackbird (Bonus Track)
3:56  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 96:58

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To say Nina Simone was "one of a kind" is an understatement. Her particular talents and passions absorbed, in seemingly equal measure, Bach, southern spirituals and oddball pop hits. Her activities ranged from the radically political to party animal (she loved to strip off her clothes and dance the night away). Then, of course, there was Simone's musical genius: that phenomenally expressive yet flat-sounding voice, coupled with possibly the best piano hands of her generation. Born… more »