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At Carnegie Hall

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The Black Swan (Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:06:04

Nina Simone, MainArtist - G. Menotti, Writer

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Theme from "Sanson and Delilah" (Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:05:49

CAMILLE SAINT-SAENS, Writer - V.Young, Arranger - Nina Simone, Vocals, MainArtist

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If You Knew (Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:03:28

Nina Simone, Composer, Vocals, MainArtist

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Theme from "Sayonara" (Instrumental; Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:03:17

I. Berlin, Writer - Nina Simone, MainArtist

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The Twelfth of Never (Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:03:29

P. Webster, Writer - J. Livingstone, Writer - Nina Simone, Vocals, MainArtist

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Will I Find My Love Today (Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:06:44

S. Shaw, Writer - Fogarty, Composer - Shaw, Composer - Nina Simone, Vocals, MainArtist - A. Fogarty, Writer

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The Other Woman / Cotton Eyed Joe (Live at Carnegie Hall) 00:07:21

J. Robinson, Writer - Traditional, Writer - Nina Simone, Arranger, MainArtist

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