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The sixth of eight children, Nina Simone was three when she first started accompanying her mother, a Methodist minister, on piano at their local church.

A version of "Sinner Man" released in 1956, by Swedish-American folk singer William Clauson , credited Baxter, Holt, Cheeks and James as co-writers. [4] Another gospel group, the Swan Silvertones , released their version of the song in 1957 on the Vee-Jay label, and folk singer Guy Carawan issued a version in 1958. Carawan wrote that he had learned the song in 1956 from Bob Gibson . [5] Most modern recorded versions derive from the 1956 recording by Les Baxter. [6] [7] Further changes and additions were codified in 1959 by the folk music group the Weavers . The Weavers' performance of the song appears on their compilation albums Gospel and Reunion at Carnegie Hall Part 2 .

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