Billie Holiday Sings (MGC-118) is a 10-inch LP album made by jazz singer Billie Holiday, released in the United States by Clef Records in 1952. It was her first album for the label, and her first album of original material, following several compilations of previously released 78rpm sides for Columbia, Commodore, and Decca
Billie Holiday (born April 7, 1915, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA - died July 17, 1959, New York City, New York, USA) was an American jazz singer and songwriter. Daughter of jazz guitarist Clarence Holiday. Godmother of Mala Waldron. Also in 1935 she made her first appearance in a movie, with more roles in the 1940's. From 1939 she started recording songs with notable jazz artists of that time. In May 1959 she collapsed and was taken to the Metropolitan Hospital in New York City for treatment of liver and heart disease.
BILLIE HOLIDAY SONGS is a tribute to an exceptional and beloved artist. Here you will find lots of information – including lyrics, discography and all her songs. Reply . Cinzia Scott on September 28, 2014 at 14:01 said: I want to give you my appreciation and congratulation for the work on Billie Holiday you did on this web. I’m the wife of Tony Scott (clarinet arranger, pianist et. and it took me years to collect and do this kind of job for him to pay homage to his long and very articulate career. In the meanwhile he passed awa. nd I’m still working on i. .so much material ! ahahhaha!
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All lyrics from Billie Holiday Sings album, popular Billie Holiday songs with tracklist and information about album. Labels Clef Records, Mercury. Alvin Stoller, Barney Kessel, Charlie Shavers, Flip Phillips, Oscar Peterson, Ray Brown. Supervised By. Norman Granz.
The discography of Billie Holiday consists of twelve studio albums, three live albums, twenty-four compilations, and five box sets.
Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Billie Holiday Love Songs (1996).
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