Vinyl LP pressing. Nina Simone's sixth album for Philips Records was Wild Is the Wind, released in 1966. The album was compiled from several recordings that were left over from sessions for previous Philips albums. The song "Four Women" was released as a single, and gained attention when banned by the New York jazz focused radio station WLIB due to concern over the lyrics. "Wild Is The Wind" was covered by David Bowie on his 1976 studio recording Station to Station. Nina Simone was an American singer, songwriter, pianist, arranger, and civil rights activist who worked in a broad range of musical styles including classical, jazz, blues, folk, R&B, gospel, and pop. Simone's musical style fused gospel and pop with classical music, in particular Johann Sebastian Bach, and accompanied expressive, jazz-like singing in her contralto voice.
Track List: 1.1 I Love Your Lovin' Ways 1.2 Four Women 1.3 What More Can I Say? 1.4 Lilac Wine 1.5 That's All I Ask 1.6 Break Down and Let It All Out 2.1 Why Keep on Breaking My Heart 2.2 Wild Is the Wind 2.3 Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair 2.4 If I Should Lose You 2.5 Either Way I Lose