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Best of Nina Simone (1990)

All the most famous Nina Simone tunes in one place.

Wild is the Wind (1966)

Like many of Simone's albums, it was met with mixed reviews, but "Four Women" would become the iconic track from this one.

Four Women: Nina Simone Philips Recordings (2003)

This is a four-CD box set named for the famous song.

Reflection Eternal: Train of Thought (2000)

Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek collaborate on the critically acclaimed album that contains "For Women."

Reflection Eternal: Revolutions Per Minute (2010)

Ten years later, the duo is back for more—and it may be even better than the first album.

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