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Billie Holiday - The Lady And The Legend 1949-1951, Record 1 album mp3

Billie Holiday - The Lady And The Legend 1949-1951, Record 1 album mp3

Performer: Billie Holiday
Title: The Lady And The Legend 1949-1951, Record 1
Released: 1984
Style: Swing
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 178
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Eleanora Fagan (April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959), better known as Billie Holiday, was an American jazz singer with a career spanning nearly thirty years. Nicknamed "Lady Day" by her friend and music partner Lester Young, Holiday had a seminal influence on jazz music and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo

Billie Holiday at JATP. Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra Featuring Billie Holiday (10"). 1957 (released 1999). Record notes, Billie Holiday: Ladylove (or Lady Love), United Artists Records, UAL 8073; notes by Leonard Feather and LeRoi Jones.

12 live performances by Billie Holiday, originally broadcast 1949-1952. Recorded: A1-A2 - 'Just Jazz' Concert, June 2nd, 1949, Armed Forces Radio. A3-A5 - Eddie Condon Show, August 27th, 1949. A6 - Art Ford Show, August 27th, 1949. B1 - Apollo Theatre, May 24th, 1950. B2-B4 - Storyville, Boston, October 31st, 1951. B5 - Apollo Theatre, date unknown, 1952. B6 - Apollo Theatre, December 10th, 1952.

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When Billie Holiday was accorded the accolade it meant something. Lady Day was a brilliant singer, a great lyrical interpreter, she took chances, lived life hard, she could swing, she could swoon, she moaned low, was elegant and she was a soul singer before anyone had coined the phrase. She was one of the greatest jazz vocalists of all time. On her release, Billie took up with a saxophonist and the pair of them began playing Harlem dives; Billie trying to emulate Bessie Smith whose records she loved. In October 1933 John Hammond, a music critic and record producer heard her singing in a Harlem club and had her to record a couple of sides with Benny Goodman. The first, Your Mother’s son-in-Law gives no hint of her promise. Billie Holiday backstage at Carnegie Hall, mid-to-late 40s. Photo: Library Of Congress. It would be a year or so before Billie recorded again.

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Tracklist

A1 My Man
A2 Miss Brown To You
A3 Keeps On A-Raining
A4 I Cover The Waterfront
A5 All Of Me
A6 Good Morning Heartache
A7 Maybe You`ll Be There
B1 You`re Driving Me Crazy
B2 You`re My Thrill
B3 He`s Funny That Way
B4 Billie`s Blues
B5 Miss Brown To You
B6 Them Eyes

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhapsody Records Ltd.
  • Marketed By – President Records Ltd.
Reviews (1)
Foiuost
Not an album that should remain in "history".Although some parts sound "OK" most of the tracks shows their recording origin and are not impressive.

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