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The Amazing Nina Simone (Remastered 2013)

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Blue Prelude (Remastered)
3:20  
02
Children Go Where I Send You (Remastered)
2:51  
03
Tomorrow We Will Meet Once More (Remastered)
3:03  
04
Stompin' At the Savoy (Remastered)
2:07  
05
It Might As Well Be Spring (Remastered)
3:54  
06
You've Been Gone Too Long (Remastered)
2:09  
07
That's Him Over There (Remastered)
2:30  
08
Chilly Winds Don't Blow (Remastered)
2:47  
09
Theme from Middle of the Night (Remastered)
2:30  
10
Can't Get Out of This Mood (Remastered)
2:34  
11
Willow Weep for Me (Remastered)
3:15  
12
Solitaire (Remastered)
3:26  
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 34:26

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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 »