1958 studio album by Nina Simone. Little Girl Blue, Jazz as Played in an Exclusive Side Street Club. Studio album by. Nina Simone. New York City, December 1957. Jazz, gospel, vocal jazz. The album Nina Simone and Her Friends was released after she had left Bethlehem, without her consent, and comprised songs that were left over from the Little Girl Blue recording session The original 1958 album was released in mono, but a second issue the following year, by Bethlehem Records (SBCP-6028), was stereo.
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Nina Simone was a legendary African-American jazz, blues and folk singer/musician who was also a prominent figure of the Civil Rights Movement. Learn more about her life and career at Biography. Born on February 21, 1933, in Tryon, North Carolina, Nina Simone studied classical piano at the Juilliard School in New York City, but left early when she ran out of money. Performing in night clubs, she turned her interest to jazz, blues and folk music and released her first album in 1957, scoring a Top 20 hit with the track "I Loves You Porgy. Simone began recording her music in the late 1950s under the Bethlehem label, releasing her first full album in 1957, which featured "Plain Gold Ring" and the title track, "Little Girl Blue. It also included her lone Top 20 pop hit with her version of "I Loves You Porgy," from the George and Ira Gershwin musical Porgy and Bess.
Nina was first performed in a one act version at the Teatro del Reale Sito di Belvedere in Caserta, San Leucio on 25 June 1789. A revised two-act work was presented at the Teatro dei Fiorentini in Naples in the autumn of 1790. Lindoro, her lover/Un Pastore (tenor). The Count, her father (bass). Susanna, her companion (mezzo-soprano). The Legendary First Recording in New York City, 1957 released: 2011. The Complete RCA Albums Collection released: 2011. My Best Songs released: 2011. Free Soul: The Classic of Nina Simone released: 2010. Greatest Hits (disc 1) released: 2010. The Very Best of Nina Simone released: 2010. Trilogy released: 2010.
Artist: Nina Simone Album: The Very Best Of Nina Simone Genre: Vocal Jazz, Soul Origin: USA Released: 2013 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: 01. Mood Indigo (4:00) 02. Don't Smoke In Bed (3:08) 03. He Needs Me (2:27) 04. Little Girl Blue (4:16) 05. Love Me Or Leave Me (3:20) 06. My Baby Just Cares For Me (3:35) 07. Good Bait (Instrumental) (5:25) 08. Plain Gold Ring (3:51) 09. You'll Never Walk Alone (3:46) 10. I Love You Porgy (4:02) 11. Central Park Blues (3:01) 12. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me (2:48) 13. I Got It Bad (4:04) 14. Hey Buddy Bolden (2:24) 15. Merry Mending (. .If He Changed My Name (3:48) 52. Children Go Where I Send You (II) (7:46) DOWNLOAD ALBUM.
Courtesy New York Public Library. My skin is black, the first woman’s story begins, my arms are long. And, to a slow and steady beat, my hair is woolly, my back is strong. Ironically, Four Women was charged with being insulting to black women and was banned on a couple of radio stations in New York and Philadelphia soon after the recording was released, in 1966. The ban was lifted, however, when it produced more outrage than the song. Simone’s husband, Andrew Stroud, who was also her manager, worried about the dangers that the controversy might have for her career, although this was hardly a new problem.