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Take Me To The Water - Nina Simone - High Priestess Of Soul (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Barnes & Noble® has the best selection of Jazz Standards Vinyl LPs. Buy Nina Simone's album titled Broadway - Blues - Ballads to enjoy in your home or car, or gift it to another music lover!Price: $
  2. Artist: Nina Simone Title: High Priestess Of Soul Format: Vinyl LP Genre: Jazz UPC: Release Date: Record Label: Verve Album Tracks 1. Don't You Pay Them No Mind 2. I'm Gonna Leave You 3. Brown Eyed Handsome Man 4. Keeper of the Flame 5. The Gal from Joe's 6. Take Me to the Water 7. I'm Going Back Home 8. Side I Hold No Grudge minddabrodatlelaliletpharigothin.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. Once more presenting Simone's vast stylistic range, 's The High Priestess Of Soul also introduced her enduring epithet to the wider world. From rock 'n' roll (Chuck Berry's "Brown Eyed Handsome Man") to spirituals ("Come Ye," "Take Me To The Water") to jazz, pop and soul, the album saw Simone end her Philips tenure as confidently – and.
  4. And on "High Priestess" you will come to know with brazen sincerity the flame which sparks Nina's heart. The centerpiece of this album, Simone’s own “Take Me to the Water,” is .
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of High Priestess Of Soul on Discogs. Label: Philips - BFY • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Mono • Country: New Zealand • 4/5(1).
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  7. Jul 22,  · High Priestess of Soul is the last album Simone released under Philips Records. The songs are accompanied by a large band directed by Hal Mooney. The album contains popular songs, such as 'Don't You Pay Them No Mind' and African American gospel and folk related songs written by Simone herself, such as 'Take Me to the Water' and 'Come Ye'.Reviews:
  8. The album contains popular songs such as "Don't You Pay Them No Mind". The album also includes African American gospel and folk related songs written by Simone herself, such as "Take Me to the Water" and "Come Ye." After this album title, Nina Simone was sometimes referred to as "the high priestess of soul." Features: g Vinyl.
  9. High Priestess of Soul () A mixture of African American folk and gospel songs, and original compositions that sound like them, High Priestess of Soul is one of Nina’s most boisterous albums; she’s at home belting out over the horn sections and backing choirs here. It was her last album for Philips, and she’d never do music that sounded as tied to the constructs of pop soul ever again.

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