Billie Holiday ( MG C-161) is the third 10 inch LP album of original material by jazz singer Billie Holiday, released on Clef Records in 1954 (her final album would also be given the same title, prior to being changed to Last Recording instead). The recordings took place in 1952 and 1954. Holiday never entered the recording studio in 1953.
BILLIE", a new feature documentary about legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday is currently in production. The film will include never-heard-before interviews, archival footage and stills, and has the backing of The Billie Holiday Estate. We are looking for home-movie footage of Billie Holiday from between 1929 to 1959 for possible inclusion in the film, from a variety of countries that include the . Canada, . taly, Sweden and Germany and many more
Billie Holiday is one of the greatest jazz singers of the 20th century (competing at the same level as Frank Sinatra & Ella Fitzgerald). Her friend tenor saxophonist Lester Young gave her the nickname Lady Day and their recordings together are some of her best, possessing a joy and playfulness not found in the emotional intensity of her later recordings
As for comparing it with earlier Teddy Wilson-Billie sessions, what’s the point? Count your blessings in having both. Speaking of time, Billie’s beat and variations thereon never cease to be among the seven wonders of jazz.
Billie Holiday and Vivian Fears. Billie Holiday, Vivan Fears. 2016 Original Album plus Bonus Tracks 1959. The Essential Billie Holiday: Carnegie Hall Concert Recorded Live. Billie Holiday, Chico Hamilton Quintet. 2016 Original Album plus Bonus. Stay With Me. Billie Holiday, Tony Scott & His Orchestra, Billie Holiday, Tony Scott & His Orchestra. 2016 Original Album plus Bonus Tracks 1958. Billie Holiday sings Billie Holiday.
Billie Holiday - Girls Were Made to Take Care of Boys (03:14, 320Kb/s). Billie Holiday - For All We Know (02:56, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Best of Billie Holiday (2017).
Also included are prime performances at Jazz at the Philharmonic concerts in 1945-1947, an enjoyable European gig from 1954, her "comeback" Carnegie Hall concert of 1956, Holiday's rather sad final studio album from 1959, and even lengthy tapes from two informal rehearsals. It's a perfect purchase for the true Billie Holiday fanatic. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.