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Nina Simone sings the blues

Author: Nina SimoneRudy StevensonEric GaleBernard PurdieBob BushnellAll authors
Publisher: [München] BMG Music 2006, P 2006
Edition/Format:   Music : GermanView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Nina Simone; Rudy Stevenson; Eric Gale; Bernard Purdie; Bob Bushnell; Ernest Hayes; Buddy Lucas
OCLC Number: 725365829
Notes: Do I move you? Day and night. In the dark. Real real. My man's gone now. Backlash blues. I want a little sugar in my bowl. Buck. Since I fell for you. The house of the rising sun. Blues for Mama. Whatever I am.
Event notes: Aufn.: New York City, RCA Victor Studio B.
Description: 1 CD stereo 12 cm Beih.
Responsibility: [Interpr.: Rudy Stevenson ; Eric Gale ; Bernard Purdie ; Bob Bushnell ; Ernest Hayes ; Buddy Lucas]

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