Written-By – Holiday. A2. Lover Man. Written-By – J. Davis, J. Sherman, R. Ramerez. Live recording from Storyville Club, Boston, 1951. Catalog number appears as M2001 on sleeve and as M 2001 on the labels. Publishers: A1: E. B. Marks, BMI A2: Pickwick, ASCAP A3: Leo Feist, ASCAP A4: Harms, ASCAP A5: Massey, ASCAP A6: Harms, ASCAP B1: Woodrow, ASCAP B2: E. Marks, BMI B3: . ASCAP B4: Gershwin, ASCAP B5: Famous, ASCAP. Other (label A): R 50516 A.
Vinyl, LP, Album, 1964. I will never know what it is like to live in the world of Strange Fruit. I will never understand that level of fear; I will never comprehend the risk, the tragic art of constantly watching over one’s shoulder, the burden of oppression and the consequences of fighting it. I will never worry about what it’s like to be mobbed, torn from a jail - the only place that felt safe - and hanged. I will never know any of that. I will never know how to handle the rhetoric of racism, of subscribing to a hard line when life is nothing but nuance, and I will never know how to raise.
Billie Holiday – Eleanora Fagan, professionally known as Billie Holiday, was an American jazz musician and singer-songwriter with a career spanning nearly thirty years. Nicknamed Lady Day by her friend and music partner Lester Young, Holiday had a influence on jazz music. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and she was known for her vocal delivery and improvisational skills, which made up for her limited range and lack of formal music education.
Strona Główna Jazz Billie Holiday Billie Holiday - Rare Live Recordings 1934–1959. Billie Holiday - Rare Live Recordings 1934–1959. Sobota, 01 Wrzesień 2012 16:32 Wpisany przez bluesever. Ocena użytkowników:, 2 Słaby Świetny.
A Rare Live Recording Of Billie Holiday is a live album by jazz singer Billie Holiday, compiling material recorded over two nights at Boston's Storyville Club in 1951, and released by the small Recording Industries Corporation label in 1964. The material was originally broadcast on the radio station WMEX. The album documents one of the few recordings of Holiday performing her live set at a nightclub.
Back when Billie Holiday was first accorded the accolade it really meant something. So we’re attempting the impossible, to come up with 20 tracks that tell the story of her career in just 20 Billie Holiday songs. As usual we’ll start at the very beginning – well almost. Billie’s first visit to a recording studio was on 18 October 1933 with clarinettist, Benny Goodman and his Orchestra that included Gene Krupa on drums. Billie recorded one song that day, but ‘Your Mother’s son-in-Law’ gives no real hint of her promise. Several Clef albums followed and by 1956 when Granz had formed Verve Records Billie was switched to that label to record the album that accompanied her autobiography, ‘Lady Sings The Blues. There are some that say that by this point Billie had lost it, and there is no question that the ravages of her addictions had done irreparable damage.
A Rare Live Recording Of Billie Holiday 8 track tape M-2001. 4h. BILLIE HOLIDAY Rarities Number 40 1953 Live LP 33RPM Denmark Import Vocal Jazz. 8h. Billie Holiday "Lady Day Live " Cassette 1986 Demand Performance.
Written-By – Holiday*
Written-By – J. Davis*, J. Sherman*, R. Ramerez*
|A3||Them There Eyes
Written-By – Pinkard*, Tracey*
Written-By – Pollock*, M. Yvin*Written-By [Intro] – Holiday*
|A5||I Cover The Waterfront
Written-By – Heyman*, Green*
|A6||Crazy He Calls Me
Written-By – Russell*, Sigman*
|A7||Lover Come Back To Me
Written-By – Rodgers-Hart*
Written-By – Ellis*, Frigo*, Carter*
Written-By – Allen*
|B3||Drivin' Me Crazy
Written-By – Donaldson*
|B4||Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do
Written By – Taylor
|B5||All Of Me
Written-By – Marks*
|B6||I Loves You Porgy
Written-By – Gershwin*
|B7||Miss Brown To You
Written-By – Robin*, Rainger*, Whiting*
|M2001, M 2001||Billie Holiday||A Rare Live Recording Of Billie Holiday (LP, Album)||Recording Industries Corp., Recording Industries Corp.||M2001, M 2001||US||1964|
|SLP 1002||Billie Holiday||A Rare Live Recording Of Billie Holiday (LP, Album)||Sonet||SLP 1002||Scandinavia||Unknown|
|SMJX-10149||Billie Holiday||Gallant Lady (LP, Album)||Victor||SMJX-10149||Japan||Unknown|
|SLP 1002, SLP-1002||Billie Holiday||A Rare Live Recording (LP, Album)||Storyville, Storyville||SLP 1002, SLP-1002||Europe||Unknown|
|MES/7046||Billie Holiday||Gallant Lady (LP, Album, RE)||Monmouth Evergreen||MES/7046||US||1973|