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  • tibijack

    YeEeeeEEEaahh man!!!!

    last week
  • Mikey778

    Wanna come home from work with this song playing at the background :)

    September 2012
  • jimmyallenby

    lady has style

    March 2012
  • psikozuzu

    that song is a wake up song:)

    June 2011
  • vrosic


    February 2011
  • jtcoffeeshop

    She can sing !

    December 2010
  • pjbird

    Adore this tune,

    December 2010
  • HowAboutBeth

    no one that's who. no one.

    January 2010
  • HowAboutBeth

    who has chops like Nina?

    January 2010
  • SrtaM

    Lady Simone... que grande

    November 2009
  • nonaalbuquerq


    June 2009
  • BORA2703

    waaw waaw waaw

    March 2009
  • nashamarah


    March 2009
  • Pixelicious87

    *snaps her fingers*

    March 2009
  • Sinmaisin

    booooaaaah what a voice ...:)

    February 2009
  • priscilacortez

    she rocks.

    February 2009
  • LondonLouis has brought me back to this great song. Remain very happy with this track.

    February 2009
  • acidP

    great voice

    January 2009
  • LondonLouis

    A track like this explains why Nina was so great. She could perfectly deliver light tunes such as "My Baby Just Cares for me", but then she would hit you with a deeply felt, heavy song like "Work Song". When she sings, you know damn well that she's thinking about the Black experience and that it mattered deeply to her. She's an interesting contrast to Holiday. Billie could do the occasional deep song such as "Strange Fruit", but she was never sufficiently in control of her career to pick her songs in any serious way. Nina, in contrast, came from a later generation. Nina was in control of her career and had a highly developed political consciousness. She also had the artistic sensibility to articulate the cries of the time in songs which will last. When Dylan sang "Blowin in the Wind", you could still feel the folk coffee bars behind him. When Nina sings, you tap directly into the Civil Rights movement as experienced by the Afro-American community.

    January 2009
  • larzs17 this song

    December 2008
  • rchimali

    dá vontade de sair remexendo o esqueleto olhando pra cima de olhos fechados estalando os dedos...

    December 2008
  • Nhaleen

    I love this song, just heard it for the first time, but man Nina Simone rocks!

    December 2008
  • arthumig

    Jazz and Afroperuvian music have the same situation roots. Good theme and song.

    December 2008
  • Flaviocps


    October 2008
  • CamiCarnicelli


    October 2008
  • Sinestesica


    September 2008
  • a25dj

    Afro Basque

    August 2008
  • DetroitSoulJazz

    This one is another funky groove! Go, Nina, Go!

    June 2008
  • 1Ems

    Nina - there's only one

    June 2008
  • Aurum3Nix

    so excellent

    May 2008
  • enayekounc

    what an amaaazing song

    February 2008
  • LaitBlu-mer50

    Beautiful Black history revisited, Enjoy!

    February 2008
  • alexarne

    love, love, love, love this song.

    December 2007