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Pastel Blues

Nina Simone

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1
Be My Husband
Nina Simone
3:22
2
Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out
Nina Simone
2:41
3
End Of The Line
Nina Simone
2:57
4
Trouble In Mind
Nina Simone
2:43
5
Tell Me More And More And Then Some
Nina Simone
3:11
6
Chilly Winds Don't Blow
Nina Simone
4:06
7
Ain't No Use
Nina Simone
3:03
8
Strange Fruit
Nina Simone
3:32
9
Sinnerman
Nina Simone
10:19
Total Playing Time    35:54
Billboard R&B Chart - #8, 1965

"One of the most moving and dramatic collections of Simone performances on record."
- Billboard

This studio album by jazz singer, pianist and songwriter Nina Simone was recorded in 1964 and 1965 in New York City. The title Pastel Blues is somewhat misleading, as this is much more than just a blues album: Simone covers a range of styles such as jazz, soul and folk music. The album hit number eight on the Billboard R&B chart in 1965.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Verve Music Group Studio Masters

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