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Nina Simone Nina Simone Sings Ellington!
The two 1961 Colpix LPs, Sings Ellington! and At Newport, plus her version of Mood Indigo.



Nina Simone Nina At The Village Gate
Sinner Man is here. Backed by a trio of guitar, bass and drums; with six bonus tracks, including all other known recordings from the same 1961 engagement, and (with orchestra) two studio counterparts.



Betty Carter The Modern Sound Of Betty Carter
The Modern Sound and Out There LPs, from 1960 and 1958, with the Richard Wess Orchestra and Gigi Gryce's band (including Sahib Shihab and co), plus five more. Amongst the greatest jazz singers of all time.



Gregory Porter Be Good
Outstanding jazz singing in the great tradition. Mostly his own compositions, too.



Nina Simone Lamentations
Seemingly dodgy and the sound-quality isn't great but this is Nina undiluted, live and direct in a small-group setting, raunchy and very moody. Including an eleven-minute Gin House, this is a riveting set.





Giovanna Pessi, Susanna Wallumrod If Grief Could Wait
The harpist from Christian Wallumrod's ensemble, with the Magical Orchestra singer, plus viola and nyckelharpa performing Purcell, Nick Drake, Leonard Cohen, and a couple of Susanna's.



Bob Dorough The Devil's Best Tunes
Bob Dorough is great! This is the Devil May Care album (with an irresistible Baltimore Oriole), interpretations of Langston Hughes and Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and extras. Mose copied him quite a bit; Miles loved him...



Harlem In Vogue The Poetry And Jazz Of Langston Hughes
The Harlem Renaissance giant, four ways. Leonard Feather's sextet, Charles Mingus with Horace Parlan, Bob Dorough's hip Jazz Canto, and poetry readings by LH himself (including I Have Known Rivers). Lovely stuff.




Ruth Brown You Don't Know Me
Intimate, unforced performances from Motormouth Maybelle, with piano-trio accompaniment, recorded in the late-1970s.



Nina Simone To Love Somebody
From 1969 pulling off fine versions of contemporary rock and pop: three Dylans, a Bee Gees, Suzanne, a Byrds...



Nina Simone Here Comes The Sun
The George Harrison, Just Like A Woman detourned, O-o-h Child, Mr Bojangles... even an uptempo, conga-driven My Way.



Nina Simone Sings The Blues
Her RCA debut from 1967, with Eric Gale and Bernard Purdie amongst others, slow-burning through a killer set-list. RCA CD.