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Nina Simone | Remixed and Reimagined

Nina Simone | Remixed and Reimagined

I've been listening to this album for the last couple of days, and I must admit that it was just what I needed. It's energy and soulful vibrations fill the space up. Remixing can be a daunting experience and lead to disappointment. but not here.

Nina Simone's unique personality remains, eventhough surrounded by contemporary sounds and beats (Chill House or Lounge). You'll find most of her finest work on this album, reinvented and remixed by studio geeks like François K. or Tony Humphries.

Chill out and enjoy.

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