I Shall Be Released - Nina Simone - The Blues (CD)


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  1. I Shall Be Released chords by Nina Simone. Song's chords E, A, F ♯ m, Bm, D. Difficulty Easy. Album The Blues. Year
  2. Soon, she started performing in night clubs and hoped to build a career in music. Her major breakthrough was the song ‘I Loves You, Porgy.’ This was the beginning of the era of Nina Simone. She rocked the blues and jazz music charts throughout her career. Over the s, she became one of the most popular female music and fashion icons.
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  4. Feb 12,  · If you like Nina and you like the blues, stop reading this review and just buy the album. FYI, there is another album, Nina Simone Sings the Blues, which I believe is the original recording back in the 60s. Anyway, The Blues seems to be a re-release of Sings the Blues because it has the same first 11 songs/5(23).
  5. Label: Sony BMG Music Entertainment - 2,Camden - 2 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Russia • Genre: Jazz, Blues, Pop • Style: Soul-Jazz, Piano Blues, Vocal Nina Simone - Released (CD) | Discogs/5(2).
  6. On this album, Simone manages to be sweet, angry, bitter, innocent, experienced, and oh-so-blue. Each song complements the collection as a whole, and yet they vary widely in style, voice, instrumentation, and execution. If you like honest and raw with a touch of finesse, then this Nina Simone CD is for you. So blue!Reviews:
  7. Nina Simone - Released: Best Of music CD Germany album at CD Universe, Camden, , enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  8. Most of the music on this CD reissue dates fromfeaturing the unique singer-pianist Turn Me On - Nina Simone - The Blues Simone joined by a funky rhythm section with Eric Gale and Rudy Stevenson on guitars and organist Ernest Hayes in addition to Buddy Lucas on tenor and harmonica; a few of the other selections utilize a larger backup group.

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