Pastel Blues

Nina Simone - Pastel Blues
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Based on 75 ratings
1965 Ratings: #2
October 1, 1965 / Release Date
LP / Format
Philips / Label
Vocal Jazz, Soul / Genres
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itsyahboinoah
100
Nina Simone LP "Pastel Blues" hold a true special moment in my life. This album draws influences from blues, souls, jazz and the classical. In my own subjective opinion, this is my favourite album of her discography.As i stated earlier, reason why it holds a true special moment in my life is due to the fact not only the music all around was superb but my grandma would most of the times play this. Unlike artists such as Aretha franklin or Jill scott, Nina simone possess a heavy deep ... read more
Zatak
100
One of my all time favourites.
holsgr
90
☆☆☆☆½ ~ Undoubtedly, we have here a ravishingly visionary album. Such a talented artist has created a diverse, strong and fascinating palette of sounds in this overwhelmingly sublime work of art. One of a kind record.
100
On the evening of the CD,
I heard it repeatedly for 5 hours at a loud volume.
Why can you sing such an unusual song straightforwardly

I think this is Seoul

Song of work, song of living
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MISC LISTS

#21/Pitchfork (1960s)

Track List

  1. Be My Husband
  2. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
  3. End of the Line
  4. Trouble in Mind
  5. Tell Me More and More and Then Some
  6. Chilly Winds Don't Blow
  7. Ain't No Use
  8. Strange Fruit
  9. Sinnerman
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