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Little Girl Blue (2021 - Stereo Remaster)

Nina Simone

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1.1
Mood Indigo (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
4:06
1.2
Don't Smoke in Bed (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
3:15
1.3
He Needs Me (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
2:32
1.4
Little Girl Blue (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
4:21
1.5
Love Me or Leave Me (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
3:26
1.6
My Baby Just Cares For Me (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
3:41
1.7
Good Bait (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
5:33
1.8
Plain Gold Ring (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
3:58
1.9
You'll Never Walk Alone (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
3:49
1.10
I Loves You, Porgy (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
4:13
1.11
Central Park Blues (2021 - Stereo Remaster)
Nina Simone
6:54
Total Playing Time    45:48
Little Girl Blue is the debut album by American singer, songwriter, musician, arranger, and civil rights activist Nina Simone. It was released by Bethlehem Records in February 1959. At this time, Simone was in her mid-20s and still aspiring to be a classical concert pianist. She immediately sold the rights for the album to Bethlehem for $3,000 (US$26,910 in 2020 dollars). This deal eventually cost her royalty profits of more than a million dollars. Simone was dissatisfied by the lack of effort the record company took in promoting her, and she subsequently formed a long business relationship with Colpix Records. The session was the only one ever recorded for Bethlehem! The trio album features Simone on Vocals and Piano (also contributing the arrangements), Jimmy Bond on Double Bass, and Albert '"Tooth" Heath on Drums, performing a set of jazz standards including Earl Burroughs' "Plain Gold Ring", which would become one of Simone's signature songs. Also features is an early Simone original with "Central Park Blues". This all-new BMG remaster presents the classic album in pristine modern clarity, with high-resolution digital transfers and stereo mixes!
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BMG Rights Management (US) Studio Masters

Track 9 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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