Nina Simone – Original Album Series (2014) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

Nina Simone – Original Album Series (2014) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

Nina Simone – Original Album Series (2014) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

Nina Simone – Nina Simone At Town Hall

Artist……………: Nina Simone
Album…………….: Original Album Series
Genre…………….: jazz
Source……………: CD
Year……………..: 2014
Ripper……………: EAC (Secure mode) / LAME 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec…………….: LAME 3.99
Version…………..: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality…………..: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels………….: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags……………..: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3

Posted by…………: Beolab1700 on 22/07/2014


1959 – The Amazing Nina Simone

There is a remarkable amount of variety on this disc, Nina Simone’s second recording. Her repertoire ranges from a swinging “Stompin’ at the Savoy” and an emotional “It Might as Well Be Spring” to an English folk ballad (“Tomorrow”), spirituals, an R&B song (“You’ve Been Gone Too Long”) and the theme song from the movie Middle of the Night. Somehow Simone brings credibility to each of these very different songs. She does not play much piano (just cameos on two songs) and is backed by a subtle orchestra arranged by Bob Mersey that is effective accompanying her vocals. This session finds Nina Simone’s voice in top form and with a few exceptions is generally jazz-oriented.

01. Blue Prelude 03:21
02. Children Go Where I Send You 02:52
03. Tomorrow (We Will Meet Once More) 03:02
04. Stompin’ At The Savoy 02:10
05. It Might As Well Be Spring 03:57
06. You’ve Been Gone Too Long 02:11
07. That’s Him Over There 02:32
08. Chilly Winds Don’t Blow 02:47
09. Theme From ‘Middle Of The Night’ 02:30
10. Can’t Get Out Of This Mood 02:33
11. Willow Weep For Me 03:14
12. Solitaire 03:25

1959 – Nina Simone At Town Hall

One of Nina Simone’s finest recordings, this Colpix LP features the unique singer/pianist performing classic versions of “Black Is the Color of My True Love’s Hair,” “The Other Woman,” and “Wild Is the Wind.” With supportive work from bassist Jimmy Bond and drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath, she also sounds fine on a few instrumentals. “Summertime” is performed twice, once as a vocal. From the start of her career, Nina Simone carved out her own unique niche, meshing together her classical piano technique with folk singing, civil rights protest lyrics and jazz. All of those elements are in evidence on this highly recommended set.

01. Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair 03:32
02. Exactly Like You 03:16
03. The Other Woman 02:59
04. Under The Lowest 05:33
05. You Can Have Him 05:54
06. Summertime (Instrumental) 02:56
07. Summertime 02:45
08. Cotton Eyed Joe 02:56
09. Return Home 05:27
10. Wild Is The Wind 03:38
11. Fine And Mellow 03:26

1961 – Forbidden Fruit

01. Rags And Old Iron 04:09
02. No Good Man 03:39
03. Gin House Blues 03:04
04. I’ll Look Around 05:04
05. I Love To Love 03:24
06. Work Song 02:35
07. Where Can I Go Without You 02:52
08. Just Say I Love Him (English Version) 06:35
09. Memphis In June 02:39
10. Forbidden Fruit 03:47

1962 – Nina Simone Sings Ellington

Nina Simone was on her way to becoming a major name by 1962, with her protest and civil rights songs giving her acclaim and recognition far beyond the jazz world. This CD reissue is a change of pace for the singer/pianist, who is heard performing 11 songs written by Duke Ellington and/or Billy Strayhorn. Backed by an unidentified string orchestra (the accompaniment is often sparse) and the Malcolm Dodds Singers, she not only revives the usual Duke hits but such obscurities as “Hey, Buddy Bolden,” “Merry Mending,” and “You Better Know It.” None of these performances sound like the typical treatment of Ellington material, with “I Got It Bad” having a gospel feel, “Something to Live For” being brief but heartfelt, “I Like the Sunrise” sounding like a big production number, and “Satin Doll” being taken as an instrumental. The brevity of this CD is unfortunate and this project should have been combined with another former LP, but what is here is quite intriguing and original.

01. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me 02:50
02. I Got It Bad 04:07
03. Hey, Buddy Bolden 02:27
04. Merry Mending 02:36
05. Something To Live For 02:56
06. You Better Know It 02:25
07. I Like The Sunrise 03:01
08. Solitude 03:46
09. The Gal From Joe’s 02:12
10. Satin Doll 03:37
11. It Don’t Mean A Thing 02:33

1964 – Folksy Nina

Like the 1963 LP Nina Simone at Carnegie Hall, this was recorded at Carnegie Hall on May 12, 1963, but duplicates little of the material found on that prior album. It isn’t just unworthy leftovers, but a strong set in its own right, concentrating on material that could be seen as traditional or folk in orientation. It’s not exactly strictly folk music, in repertoire or arrangement (which includes piano, guitar, bass, and drums, though not every tune has all of the instruments); “Twelfth of Never” (which had also appeared on the Carnegie Hall LP) certainly isn’t folk music. However, there was also an uptempo piano blues, Leadbelly’s “Silver City Bound”; covers of the Israeli “Erets Zavat Chalav” and “Vanetihu” which served as further proof that Simone’s eclecticism knew no bounds; and the stark, moody, spiritually shaded ballads at which she excelled (“When I Was a Young Girl,” “Hush Little Baby”). “Lass of the Low Country” is as exquisitely sad-yet-beautiful as it gets. The album has been combined with another Colpix LP, Nina Simone with Strings, on a single-disc CD reissue by Collectables.

01. Silver City Bound 05:05
02. When I Was A Young Girl 06:03
03. Erets Zavat Chalav 04:18
04. Lass Of The Low Country 06:07
05. The Young Night 05:32
06. Twelfth Of Never 03:27
07. Vanetihu 02:29
08. Mighty Lak A Rose 03:04
09. Hush Little Baby 04:06


5CD set collects five of her original albums, in card LP replica sleeves. Features “The Amazing Nina Simone” (1959), “Nina Simone At Town Hall” (1959), “Forbidden Fruit” (1960), “Nina Simone Sings Ellington” (1962) and “Folksy Nina” (1964).
Nina Simone was one of the most gifted vocalists of her generation, and also one of the most eclectic. Simone was a singer, pianist, and songwriter who bent genres to her will rather than allowing herself to be confined by their boundaries; her work swung back and forth between jazz, blues, soul, R&B, pop, gospel, and world music, with passion, emotional honesty, and a strong grasp of technique as the constants of her musical career. Nina was born Eunice Kathleen Waymon in Tryon, North Carolina on February 21, 1933.



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1959 – Nina Simone At Town Hall


05. You Can Have Him.mp3
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04. Under The Lowest.mp3
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09. Return Home.mp3
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10. Wild Is The Wind.mp3
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01. Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair.mp3
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11. Fine And Mellow.mp3
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02. Exactly Like You.mp3
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03. The Other Woman.mp3
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08. Cotton Eyed Joe.mp3
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06. Summertime (Instrumental).mp3
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07. Summertime.mp3
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1959 – The Amazing Nina Simone


05. It Might As Well Be Spring.mp3
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12. Solitaire.mp3
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01. Blue Prelude.mp3
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11. Willow Weep For Me.mp3
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03. Tomorrow (We Will Meet Once More).mp3
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02. Children Go Where I Send You.mp3
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08. Chully Winds Don't Blow.mp3
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10. Can't Get Out Of This Mood.mp3
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07. That's Him Over There.mp3
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09. Theme From 'Middle Of The Night'.mp3
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1961 – Forbidden Fruit


08. Just Say I Love Him (English Version).mp3
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04. I'll Look Around.mp3
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01. Rags And Old Iron.mp3
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10. Forbidden Fruit.mp3
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02. No Good Man.mp3
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05. I Love To Love.mp3
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03. Gin House Blues.mp3
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07. Where Can I Go Without You.mp3
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09. Memphis In June.mp3
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06. Work Song.mp3
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1962 – Nina Simone Sings Ellington


02. I Got It Bad.mp3
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08. Solitude.mp3
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10. Satin Doll.mp3
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07. I Like The Sunrise.mp3
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05. Something To Live For.mp3
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01. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me.mp3
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04. Merry Mending.mp3
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11. It Don't Mean A Thing.mp3
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03. Hey, Buddy Bolden.mp3
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06. You Better Know It.mp3
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09. The Gal From Joe's.mp3
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1964 – Folksy Nina


04. Lass Of The Low Country.mp3
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02. When I Was A Young Girl.mp3
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05. The Young Night.mp3
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01. Silver City Bound.mp3
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03. Erets Zavat Chalav.mp3
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09. Hush Little Baby.mp3
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06. Twelfth Of Never.mp3
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08. Mighty Lak A Rose.mp3
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07. Vanetihu.mp3
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Nina Simone Album Series Box Back.png
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