Nina Simone: 'Nuff Said!, LP (Vinyl)
Nina Simone: 'Nuff Said!, LP (Vinyl)
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Nina Simone
'Nuff Said!

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Netherlands
Neuauflage
  • Music On Vinyl
  • (MOVLP1028)
  • 11 Tracks
  • EAN 8718469535248
  • EX+ / EX+
  • virgin

tracks

A1

In The Morning

A2

Sunday In Savannah

A3

The Backlash Blues

A4

Please Read Me

A5

Gin House Blues

B1

Why? (The King Of Love Is Dead)

Written By
B2

Peace Of Mind

B3

Ain't Got No I Got Life

B4

I Loves You Porgy

B5

Take My Hand Precious Lord

B6

Do What You Gotta Do

Arranged By
  • Horace Ott
Conductor
  • Horace Ott
Engineer
  • Ray Hall
Producer
  • Stroud Productions

Credits

Engineer
  • Ed Begley
Producer
  • Joe René

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