Nina Simone “Sings Duke Ellington”

Nina Simone “Sings Duke Ellington”

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Nina Simone
Nina Simone Sings Duke Ellington
Colpix Records (US) 1962
SCP 425 (LP) Alternate cover. Blue label.
sleeve : VG+(slightly dirts, some color-faded.)
Media : VG+/VG+(some light click noises caused by light hairlines.)

This is the 1962 album by the renowned American jazz singer Nina Simone, who skillfully covers a wide range of styles from standards to primitive Afro sounds. Produced by Stu Phillips, Nina herself handles the arrangements and features the Malcom Dodds Singers' chorus. The album is a soul jazz masterpiece where she covers timeless classics by Duke Ellington such as "Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me," "Solitude," "Satin Doll," and "It Don’t Mean a Thing," incorporating gorgeous orchestration. While the entire album is fantastic, the ballad tunes, in particular, leave a deep impression.

B2: Solitude
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Japanese
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