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Nina Simone - The Jazz Biography FLAC
Nina Simone
The Jazz Biography
United Audio Entertainment
TJB 55112
FLAC size:
2149 mb
MP3 size:
2059 mb
WMA size:
2342 mb


1Cotton Eyed Joe
2Under The Lowest
3Gin House Blues
4Exactly Like You
5Black Is The Color Of My True Love's Hair
6The Other Woman
7L'il Liza Jane
8You Can Have Him
10Trouble In Mind
11Forbidden Fruit
12Work Song


Eunice Kathleen Waymon February 21, 1933 April 21, 2003, known professionally as Nina Simone, was an American singer, songwriter, musician, arranger, and civil rights activist. Her music spanned a broad range of musical styles including classical, jazz, blues, folk, R&B, gospel, and pop. The sixth of eight children born to a poor family in Tryon, North Carolina, Simone initially aspired to be a concert pianist. With the help of a few supporters in her hometown, she enrolled in the Juilliard School. Nina Simone was a legendary African-American jazz, blues and folk singermusician who was also a prominent figure of the Civil Rights Movement. Learn more about her life and career at . Nina Simone Biography. Author, Civil Rights Activist, Singer, Pianist 19332003. Updated . Nina Simone. Biography by Mark Deming. Follow Artist. An African-American icon and true diva whose distinctive voice brought an unmatched level of eclecticism across five decades. Read Full Biography. When Nina Simone died on April 21, 2003, she left a timeless treasure trove of musical magic spanning over four decades from her first hit, the 1959 Top 10 classic I Loves You Porgy, to A Single Woman, the title cut from her one and only 1993 Elektra album. While thirty-three years separate those recordings, the element of honest emotion is the glue that binds the two together it is that approach to every piece of work that became Ninas uncompromising musical trademark. By the end of her life, Nina was enjoying an unprecedented degree of recognition. Her music was enjoyed by the masses. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2004 CD от The Jazz Biography на Jazz Biography is a vocal jazz music boxset, compilation recording by NINA SIMONE released in 2004 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Total Time: 56:37. This function is only available to JMA Collabs. About this release. Nina Simone, American singer who created urgent emotional intensity by singing songs of love, protest, and black empowerment in a dramatic style, with a rough-edged voice. In the 1960s she became a friend of Martin Luther album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM slowestfastest tempos: 70159 BPM. Album starts at 138BPM, ends at 131BPM -7, with tempos within the 70-159BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Tracklist The Jazz Biography. Cotton Eyed Joe. 138 BPM. Read Nina Simone's bio and find out more about Nina Simone's songs, albums, and chart history. Get recommendations for other artists you'll love. 21 February 1933. Nina Simone 19332003 Singer, songwriter, pianist Early Hope Crushed by Curtis Institute Rose to Fame While Working Bars Music Focused on Civil Rights Spirated Down in Self Imposed Exile Staged Comeback Selected works Sources As outspoken as she is talented, as opin. Musicians Kristine McKenna called the album a classy piece of work and noted, Its on Just Say I Love Him that Simone casts her spell most completely. Live, Zeta, 1990. Nina Simone, Bella Musica, 1990. The Best of Nina Simone, Sound, 1991. The Blues, Novus, 1991. Songs of the Poets: Dylan, Harrison and Simone, EdselU