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Jazz Of World War 2nd. Label: Die Grossen Stunden Des Jazz – 2, Decca – PD 12006.
ft: Lester Young (tenor sax) 4 God Bless the Child (Holiday) (1941) 08:48 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, ft: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Eddie Heywood (piano) 5 Am I Blue (Clark - Akst) (1941) 11:42 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, featuring: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Eddie Heywood (piano) 6 Billie's Blues (I Love My Man) (Holiday) (1944) 14:31. With new videos constantly added, Halidon Music is home to the best Jazz on YouTube. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
Billie Holiday at Jazz at the Philharmonic (MG C-169) is a live album by jazz singer Billie Holiday, originally recorded on February 12, 1945 and October 3, 1946 at the Jazz at the Philharmonic concert at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and at Carnegie Hall on June 3, 1946. Jazz at the Philharmonic, or JATP, was the title of a series of jazz concerts, tours and recordings produced by Norman Granz from 1944 through 1983.
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 Holiday was by no means Hammond's only discovery; he went on to back artists such as Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, and Bruce Springsteen. Holiday had no musical training and a limited range. She couldn't read music, and sang mostly slow ballads. Her only influences were singer Bessie Smith and trumpeter Louis Armstrong, whom she heard on records played in the brothel where she worked. Holiday played with all the great jazz artists of her era. But the adoration of her millions of fans did not make her rich. Following her death, there was even an argument over who should pay for her tombstone. An artist ahead of her time. Holiday had a short but incredibly productive life, with hundreds of recordings and innumerable performances. After making the rounds at the speakeasy clubs during the prohibition era, her career began to take off in 1935.
Part of the label's top-notch series of roundup discs, Verve Jazz Masters 12: Billie Holiday cherry-picks the best of Holiday's '50s stretch under Norman Granz's watch. At her autumnal best, Holiday particularly shines on "Good Morning Heartache," "Yesterdays," and "Speak Lo. The disc also spotlights the stellar playing of Harry "Sweets" Edison, Tony Scott, Ben Webster, Jimmy Rowles, and Barney Kessel.
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: все альбомы, включая The Best of Billie Holiday, Jazz Greatest Vocalist, Vol. 4, The Complete Billie Holiday On Verve 1945 - 1959 и другие. 2015 All Tracks Remastered. The Complete Billie Holiday On Verve 1945 - 1959.
Billie Holiday is widely considered one of the best jazz artists of all time. This Billie Holiday discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Billie Holiday albums can be found at the start of the list. Lady Day's music career spanned over 25 years, despite her passing at only 44 years of age. From her start in Harlem nightclubs to command performances at Carnegie Hall, she is a jazz legend. If you think the greatest.
Essential Jazz Cassette Album 14 Classic Tracks Miles Coltrane Billie Holiday Condition is Very Good. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class Large Letter. UK Issue - 1982 MCA - Cat MCLC 1688. There Is No Greater Love.
|A1||They Can't Take Away From Me|
|A2||Swing Brother Swing|
|A3||Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me|
|A4||I'll Get By|
|A5||I Love My Man|
|B1||I Cover The Water Front|
|B2||Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans|
|B4||Keeps On A'Rainin'|
|B5||Lover Come Back To Me|