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CD (Item 503831) RCA/Legacy, Late 60s/Early 70s/2006 — Condition: Used
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A full set's worth of remixes of older Nina Simone tunes – served up hot on the heels of the big success of Simone songs from the Verve Remixed series! Ulike the Verve series, the work here is all pulled from Nina's RCA recordings of the late 60s and early 70s – some of her hippest work on record, and even better suited to this sort of modernization, given that the themes and styles of the originals were often years ahead of their time! There's a bit of a laidback feel to most of the mixes, one that sometimes diffuses the power of Nina's righteous intentions – but there's also some tracks here that are a lot more respectful of the originals than other sets of this nature. Titles include "I Can't See Nobody (Daniel Y rmx)", "Funkier Than A Mosquito's Tweeter (Jazzeem's All Styles rmx)", "Here Comes The Sun (Francois K rmx)", "Obeah Woman (DJ Logic rmx)", "Ooh Child (Nickodemus rmx)", "My Man's Gone Now (DJ Wally rmx)", "Go To Hell (Mowo rmx)", and "Save Me (Coldcut rmx)".  © 1996-2020, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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