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The Nina Simone Database

Sugar in My Bowl 1967-1972
Additional discography

RCA 07863-67635-2 (1998 US)

Tracks sorted by number (sort by session or by title)
Disk 1
 1 [4:18] My Man's Gone Now   George Gershwin, DuBose Heyward

 2 [2:50] Since I Fell for You   Buddy Johnson

 3 [2:33] I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl   Tim Brymn, Dally Small, Clarence Williams

 4 [2:20] Do I Move You?   Nina Simone another take

 5 [3:59] Blues for Mama   Abbey Lincoln, Nina Simone

 6 [2:29] Backlash Blues   Langston Hughes, Nina Simone

 7 [2:55] Romance in the Dark   Lil Green listed "In the Dark"

 8 [4:14] Consummation   Nina Simone

 9 [2:49] Go to Hell   Morris Bailey jr

 10 [3:11] I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free   Billy Taylor, Richard Lamb

 11 [2:03] Turning Point   Martha Holmes

 12 [2:30] Turn Me On   John D. Loudermilk

 13 [2:24] The Look of Love   Burt Bacharach, Hal David

 14 [2:43] To Love Somebody   Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb

 15 [3:16] I Can't See Nobody   Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb

 16 [2:40] In the Morning   Barry Gibb original unedited version

 17 [3:34] Do What You Gotta Do   Jim Webb

 18 [2:19] Ain't Got No / I Got Life   Gal MacDermot, James Rado, Gerome Ragni original undubbed studio version

 19 [2:46] Please Read Me   Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb

 20 [6:00] Sunday in Savannah   Hugh Mac Kay with the hot-dog comment by little Lisa at the end of the songextended version

 21 [6:39] Why? (The King of Love Is Dead)   Gene Taylor extended version

 22 [5:30] Mississippi Goddam   Nina Simone extended version

Disk 2
 1 [3:26] I Think It's Going to Rain Today   Randy Newman

 2 [4:53] I Get Along Without You Wery Well (Except Sometimes)   Hoagy Carmichael remixed

 3 [3:00] Nobody's Fault But Mine   Blind Willie Johnson remixed version

 4 [3:31] Another Spring   Angelo Badalamenti, John Clifford

 5 [1:36] Compensation   Nina Simone, Paul Lawrence Dunbar

 6 [2:59] Seems I'm Never Tired of Lovin' You   Carolyn Franklin

 7 [4:00] I Shall Be Released   Bob Dylan

 8 [2:54] To Be Young, Gifted and Black   Weldon Irvine jr, Nina Simone standard studio version

 9 [4:49] Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues   Bob Dylan

 10 [5:12] Suzanne   Leonard Cohen first releasealternate track

 11 [1:40] My Father   Judy Collins first release

 12 [8:11] Jelly Roll   Traditional first release

 13 [3:51] Tell It Like It Is   Aaron Neville, Alex Fogarty first release

 14 [4:58] Mr. Bojangles   Jerry Jeff Walker

 15 [3:46] Here Comes the Sun   George Harrison slightly extended

 16 [3:16] O-o-h Child   Stan Vincent

 17 [4:44] Poppies   Lennie Bleecher, Jeremy Wind

 18 [8:44] 22nd Century   Exuma first release

Liner Notes by David Nathan
There is something simply magnificent about Nina Simone's artistry.
It may have much to do with the fact that she never approaches a somg with indifference: if she can't lend something to it, she just doesn't do it. As a result, her music always reflects the emotion she inherently finds in a lyric. It can be a brooding sadness, pathos, anges, wry humor, sassy wit or plain, old-fashioned joy. While her voice is given to full self-expression, sometimes without regard for pitch or tone, Nina is no slave to the rhythm: she knows how to maintain tempo, thanks to her mastery as a pianist.

to be continued...