Category: Soul/funk

Porgy - Nina Simone - Forbidden Fruit / At Newport (CD)


  1. Forbidden Fruit (CD) Nina Simone View More. Label Releases. Cleveland Calling LP [Record Store Day] (LP) Rory Gallagher Five Man London Jam (CD) Tesla I Loves You Porgy. Nina Simone 7. Mississippi Goddam. Nina Simone 8. Don't Smoke in Bed. Nina Simone.
  2. The Simone version, "Blues For Porgy" is, in my opinion, the definitive Porgy and it was written by Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh. The change in lyric, tempo, and the superb artistry of Nina Simone at the piano is simply breathtaking. Every song on this edition is a keeper and the first track, the warm-up to the entire CD, is titled /5(7).
  3. In , Collectables released Forbidden Fruit/Nina Simone at Newport, which contained two complete albums -- Forbidden Fruit (, originally released on Colpix) and Nina Simone at Newport (, also originally released on Colpix) -- by Nina Simone on one compact disc.
  4. Nina Simone At Newport Trouble In Mind: Blues For Porgy: Li'l Liza Jane (Version 1) You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To: Flo Me La: Nina's Blues: In The Evening By The Moonlight: Forbidden Fruit Rags And Old Iron: No Good Man:
  5. Nina Simone At Newport Forbidden Fruit (Remastered Version) [Doxy Collection] Nina Simone. out of 5 stars 5. being in the uk it took me years to track this down when it first came out and now it is available on cd i urge anyone who likes early nina simone (the one who lets her classical piano playing combined with her swinging piano /5(5).
  6. Description Nina Simone Nina Simone At Newport/Forbidden Fruit on Import 2LP This 2LP set from Vinyl Passion collects remastered editions of the two Nina Simone albums Nina Simone At Newport () and Forbidden Fruit ().
  7. At Newport -released by Colpix in is, by far, Nina's highest-charting album, featuring stellar performances of Trouble in Mind; Porgy; Nina's Blues, and more. Forbidden Fruit -her terrific Colpix release-features No Good Man; Gin House Blues; Reviews:
  8. When Nina Simone At Newport was recorded live at the Newport Jazz Festival in , the 'High Priestess of Soul' had just produced her first Top 20 hit with “I Loves You, Porgy,” but the “Porgy” found here (written by Jimmy McHugh and Dorothy Fields) is actually a continuation of Gershwin’s original version of the story.