The Best

Simone Nina

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Nina Simone - The Best Of Pt.1 (Magic Original Songs) [2 Hours of Fantastic Music]
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Classic Mood Experience The best masterpieces ever recorded in the music history. Join our Youtube: Join our Facebook: Buy on Google Play: 00:00 Nina Simone - Love Me Or Leave Me (1958) 03:19 Nina Simone - Solitude (1962) 06:59 Nina Simone - Bye Bye Blackbird (1962) 15:12 Nina Simone - Satin Doll (1962) 18:46 Nina Simone - Zungo (1962) 21:41 Nina Simone - Exactly Like You (1959) 24:51 Nina Simone - Blues For Porgy (1960) 29:55 Nina Simone - Fine And Mellow (1959) 33:22 Nina Simone - Something To Live For (1962) 36:13 Nina Simone - Tomorrow (We Will Meet Once More) (1959) 39:11 Nina Simone - Work Song (1961) 41:42 Nina Simone - Children Go Where I Send You (1959) 44:31 Nina Simone - Good Bait (1958) 49:55 Nina Simone - Willow Weep For Me (1959) 53:05 Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares For Me (1958) 56:39 Nina Simone - Forbidden Fruit (1961) 01:00:24 Nina Simone - Don't Smoke In Bed (1958) 01:03:28 Nina Simone - House Of The Rising Sun (1962) 01:07:54 Nina Simone - It Might As Well Be Spring (1959) 01:11:46 Nina Simone - I Got It Bad (1962) 01:15:49 Nina Simone - It Don't Mean A Thing (1962) 01:18:08 Nina Simone - Central Park Blues (1958) 01:23:38 Nina Simone - Hey, Buddy Bolden (1962) 01:26:00 Nina Simone - I'll Look Around (1961) 01:31:02 Nina Simone - Nina's Blues (1960) 01:37:05 Nina Simone - You'll Never Walk Alone (1958) 01:40:48 Nina Simone - Chilly Winds Don't Blow (1959) 01:43:26 Nina Simone - I Like The Sunrise (1962) 01:46:23 Nina Simone - I Loves You Porgy (1958) 01:50:30 Nina Simone - Just Say I Love Him (1961) 01:57:02 Nina Simone - Gin House Blues (1961) Nina Simone (born Eunice Kathleen Waymon; February 21, 1933 – April 21, 2003) was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger, and civil rights activist who worked in a broad range of musical styles including classical, jazz, blues, folk, R&B, gospel, and pop. Born in North Carolina, the sixth child of a preacher, Simone aspired to be a concert pianist. With the help of the few supporters in her hometown of Tryon, North Carolina, she enrolled in the Juilliard School of Music in New York. Waymon then applied for a scholarship to study at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, where she was denied despite a well-received audition. Simone became fully convinced this rejection had been entirely due to her race, a statement that has been a matter of controversy. Years later, two days before her death, the Curtis Institute of Music bestowed an honorary degree on Simone. To make a living, Eunice Waymon changed her name to "Nina Simone". The change related to her need to disguise herself from family members, having chosen to play "the devil's music" or "cocktail piano" at a nightclub in Atlantic City. She was told in the nightclub that she would have to sing to her own accompaniment, and this effectively launched her career as a jazz vocalist. Simone recorded more than forty albums, mostly between 1958, when