Philips publish Nina Simone’s sixth album : ‘Wild Is The Wind’ (1966)

Nina Simone‘s ‘Wild Is the Wind’ is her sixth studio album produced by Hal Mooney and released on September 16, 1966 by Philips

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Philips publish Nina Simone’s sixth album  : ‘Wild Is The Wind’ (1966)

1 . Four Women (Montreux, 1987)

2 . Four Women (The Harlem Cultural Festival, 1969)

3 . Wild Is The Wind

4 . Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair (w/ Emil Latimer )

Track Listing : 1.I Love Your Lovin’ Ways (Bennie Benjamin, Sol Marcus) – 02:35 . 2.Four Women (Nina Simone) – 04:24 . 3.What More Can I Say (Horace Ott, Wade Brown Jr.) – 02:48 . 4.Lilac Wine (James Shelton) – 04:13 . 5.That’S All I Ask (Horace Ott) – 02:28 . 6.Break Down And Let It All Out (Van Mccoy) – 02:37 . 7.Why Keep On Breaking My Heart (Bennie Benjamin, Sol Marcus) – 02:34 . 8.Wild Is The Wind (Dimitri Tiomkin, Ned Washington) – 06:56 . 9.Black Is The Color Of My True Love’S Hair (Traditional) – 03:24 . 10.If I Should Lose You (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin) – 03:56 . 11.Either Way I Lose (Van Mccoy) – 02:43

Musicians : Nina Simone – Piano, Vocals . Lisle Atkinson – Bass, Bass (Upright) . Bobby Hamilton – Drums . Rudy Stevenson – Flute, Guitar . Horace Ott – Conductor

Production : Produced By Hal Mooney .

Arrangements : Nina Simone, Horace Ott

Package : Hollis King – Art Direction . Sid Mark – Liner Notes

Recorded 1964-1965

Released September 16, 1966 By Philips

(Source Nina Simone – Wild Is The Wind | Official Site)

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