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The Newport Jazz Festival had always brought the best out of Nina Simone. On July 2, 1966 the audience was treated to the full range of her artistry – from the opener, a breathtaking version of “You’ve Got To Learn” to a swinging take on “Mississippi Goddam.” After the standing ovation, her fans were rewarded with the show- stopping encore, “Music For Lovers.” This previously unreleased recording makes it clear why hearing Nina Simone in concert was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Indie Exclusive Bone LP.
The Newport Jazz Festival had always brought the best out of Nina Simone. On July 2, 1966 the audience was treated to the full range of her artistry – from the opener, a breathtaking version of “You’ve Got To Learn” to a swinging take on “Mississippi Goddam.” After the standing ovation, her fans were rewarded with the show- stopping encore, “Music For Lovers.” This previously unreleased recording makes it clear why hearing Nina Simone in concert was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Indie Exclusive Bone LP.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: VERVE
Rel. Date: 07/21/2023
UPC: 602455663993

You've Got To Learn [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Bone LP]
Artist: Nina Simone
Format: Vinyl
New: In Print Available to Order $25.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. You've Got to Learn
2. I Loves You Porgy
3. Introduction to Blues for Mama
4. Blues for Mama
5. Be My Husband
6. Mississippi Goddam
7. Music for Lovers

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The Newport Jazz Festival had always brought the best out of Nina Simone. On July 2, 1966 the audience was treated to the full range of her artistry – from the opener, a breathtaking version of “You’ve Got To Learn” to a swinging take on “Mississippi Goddam.” After the standing ovation, her fans were rewarded with the show- stopping encore, “Music For Lovers.” This previously unreleased recording makes it clear why hearing Nina Simone in concert was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Indie Exclusive Bone LP.

Nina Simone - Mississippi Goddam Lyric Video (Live at Newport, 1966)

        
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