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Billie Holiday - Her Best Recordings 1935-1942 download album

  • Performer: Billie Holiday
  • Album: Her Best Recordings 1935-1942
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  • Released: 1993
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Billie Holiday - Her Best Recordings 1935-1942 download album

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A Sailboat In The Moonlight This song is by Billie Holiday and appear. n the album An Introduction To Billie Holiday: Her Best Recordings 1935-1942 (1996) on the album This Is Jazz No. 15 (1996) on the album Strange Fruit 1937-1939 (2000) on the album Lady Day (2006) A sailboat in th. .

The Best of Billie Holiday: 20th Century Masters (Millennium Collection) Remastered Hip-O 2002.

The discography of Billie Holiday consists of twelve studio albums, three live albums, twenty-four compilations, and five box sets.

After years of reissuing Billie Holiday's recordings in piecemeal fashion, Columbia finally got it right with this nine-CD Quintessential series. All of Lady Day's 1933-1942 studio recordings (although without the alternate takes) receive the treatment they deserve in this program. Vol. 1 has Holiday's first two tentative performances from 1933 along with her initial recordings with Teddy Wilson's all-star bands.

Billie Holiday is one of the greatest ja.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. Her 1930s Columbia recordings feature a host of Jazz greats backing Billie as she sings classics and fashions new classics out of lesser tin pan alley songs in her style, with her voice imitating the instrument phrasing and her singing behind the beat. As a starting point, pretty much all her 1933 to 1942 Columbia recordings are highly recommended. Who Wants Love (1937)

After years of reissuing Billie Holiday's recordings in piecemeal fashion, Columbia finally got it right with this nine-CD Quintessential series.

Billie along her career has always honored the musicians whom she played with; they always had space for memorable solos. In this case, listen to Wilson at the bridge while Billie gives him incentive: Yeah, yeah! ; Eldridge shines in the sequence. Teddy Wilson also played with Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne and other famous contemporaneous singers. Session New York, 31/July/1935, Teddy Wilson & his Orchestra (CD: Complete in Columbia vo., tk7-9). Roy Eldridge (tp) Cecil Scott (cl) Hinton Jefferson (as) Ben Webster (ts) Teddy Wilson (p) Lawrence Lucie (g) John Kirby (b) Cozy Cole (d) Billie Holiday (v). (No matter how much the band changed from previous session, the songs.

Tracklist

1 Teddy Wilson Orch.* What A Little Moonlight Can Do 2:58
2 Teddy Wilson Orch.* I Must Have That Man 2:54
3 Teddy Wilson Orch.* The Mood That I'm In 2:59
4 Teddy Wilson Orch.* Moanin' Low 3:02
5 Teddy Wilson Orch.* Yours And Mine 3:15
6 Teddy Wilson Orch.* Mean To Me 3:03
7 Teddy Wilson Orch.* I'll Never Be The Same 3:01
8 Billie Holiday A Sailboat In The Moonlight 2:49
9 Teddy Wilson Orch.* I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me 2:31
10 Billie Holiday I'm Gonna Lock My Heart (And Throw Away The Key) 2:07
11 Teddy Wilson Orch.* More Than You Know 3:04
12 Billie Holiday Strange Fruit 3:08
13 Billie Holiday Night And Day 2:57
14 Billie Holiday The Man I Love 3:03
15 Billie Holiday Tell Me More 3:07
16 Billie Holiday Let's Do It 2:55
17 Billie Holiday All Of Me 3:00
18 Billie Holiday God Bless The Child 2:57
19 Billie Holiday I Cover The Waterfront 2:55
20 Billie Holiday Gloomy Sunday 3:11
21 Billie Holiday Until The Real Thing Comes Along 3:07
22 Paul Whiteman Orch.* Trav'lin' Light 3:17

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