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If they are not, their displeasure doesn’t matter either. ” Hughes was ardently committed to celebrating blackness, and when he met Simone, he gave her books about black pride and history. ” (I Put a Spell on You, 96) 61 62 NINA SIMONE 1959. But before that album was made available to the public at the end of 1959, Bethlehem released an album called Nina Simone and Her Friends. Unbeknownst to Simone, Bethlehem had taken the three songs recorded back in 1957, at Simone’s first session, and intended for use on Side Street/Little Girl Blue.
But she had also had complaints with some of the Midtown crowd. If an inebriated customer 49 50 NINA SIMONE From pianist to singer. When she accepted the job at the Midtown, Simone still considered herself a pianist, albeit a frustrated one. After her first show, though, she was faced with a choice: to become a singer, too, or lose her job. So she sang, and soon she found real pleasure in mixing the classical and popular styles. This was the beginning of a six-decade performing career, and Simone was already winning devoted fans.
Marian Anderson, regarded as the world’s greatest contralto of her time, wasn’t exempt from racial prejudice, either. She often was refused service at concert halls, restaurants, and hotels. C. But, in response to massive protests supporting Anderson, the Department of the Interior, with the support of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, scheduled Anderson to give a performance on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial on Easter Sunday. Anderson, with 75,000 people in attendance and millions of radio listeners, gave one of her most memorable concerts.