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Princess NoireThe Tumultuous Reign of Nina Simone$
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Nadine Cohodas

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780807872437

Published to North Carolina Scholarship Online: July 2014

DOI: 10.5149/9780807882740_cohodas

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. The Final Curtain ~ 2000–2003 ~

. The Final Curtain ~ 2000–2003 ~

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(p.362) 28. The Final Curtain ~ 2000–2003 ~
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Princess Noire
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Nadine Cohodas

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University of North Carolina Press
DOI:10.5149/9780807882740_cohodas.31

This chapter describes how Nina had changed her life around again by the middle of 2000. She moved to Carry-le-Rouet, a seaside town west of Marseilles and near Sausset-les-Pins. “You love the water,” Clifton told her. “Why not live like a star?” Not only was Carry much prettier than the nondescript Bouc-Bel-Air, the new house was much nicer, too. The one in Bouc was more like a cabin, while the spacious new house came with a small pool and a terrace off Nina's upstairs suite that allowed her to see the ocean. Her improved financial situation helped make the move possible. The decision to sign an agreement with the Artists Rights Enforcement Corporation and then to hire Steven Ames Brown, the San Francisco lawyer, was paying off. Money came in now with regularity, though the amount each year varied with Nina's record sales and use of her music in other ways.

Keywords:   Nina, Carry-le-Rouet, seaside town, Marseilles, Bouc-Bel-Air, improved financial situation, Steven Ames Brown

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