Let It All Out
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|Let It All Out|
|Studio album by Nina Simone|
|Recorded||New York, March 21, April 1 and April 6, 1964 (live), on September 30 October 1, 1965, and other dates.|
|Nina Simone chronology|
Let It All Out is an album by Jazz singer/pianist/songwriter Nina Simone. Released in 1966, it was her fifth album with Philips Records. Some of the tracks are live recordings, yet it is unclear which.
Information about songs on this album
- "Images", sung a cappella by Simone, based on a poem by Waring Cuney. It was a live recording sung a cappella during the same performance of songs that featured on Nina Simone In Concert (1964).
- "Love Me or Leave Me" and "Mood Indigo" were also featured on Simone's debut album Little Girl Blue (1958); these are new performances and different arrangements.
- "Mood Indigo" (Irving Mills, Barney Bigard, Duke Ellington)
- "The Other Woman" (Jessie Mae Robinson)
- "Love Me or Leave Me" (Walter Donaldson, Gus Kahn)
- "Don't Explain" (Billie Holiday, Arthur Herzog, Jr.)
- "Little Girl Blue" (Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart)
- "Chauffeur" (Andy Stroud)
- "For Myself" (Van McCoy)
- "The Ballad of Hollis Brown" (Bob Dylan)
- "This Year's Kisses" (Irving Berlin)
- "Images" (Nina Simone, Waring Cuney)
- "Nearer Blessed Lord" (Stroud)
- Nina Simone - piano, vocals
- Al Shackman - guitar
- Rudy Stevenson - guitar, flute
- Lisle Atkinson - bass
- Bobby Hamilton - drums
- Horace Ott - arranger, conductor
|Chart 1966||Peak position|
|Billboard R&B Chart||19|