Billie Holiday - Legendary Unissued & Rare Masters 1939 -1952 album download
|1||More Than You Know||3:05|
|2||Under A Blue Jungle Moon||3:05|
|3||Night And Day||3:04|
|4||What Is This Going To Get Us?||2:42|
|6||Georgia On My Mind||3:01|
|7||Romance In The Dark||2:22|
|8||God Bless The Child||2:52|
|10||Wherever You Are||2:56|
|11||Until The Real Thing Comes Along||3:06|
|12||Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?||1:42|
|13||Keeps A' Rainin'||2:44|
|14||He's Funny That Way||3:06|
|15||Fine And Mellow||3:39|
Complete your Billie Holiday collection. Let's Dream In The Moonlight. Legendary Unissued & Rare Masters. 1935-38 (CD, Album). Recording Arts (3), Suisa.
Legendary Unissued & Rare Masters 1952 -1958 (CD, Album). Ella Fitzgerald & Chick Webb And His Orchestra - The Legendary Performances 1935-1939 (CD, Comp). Recording Arts (3). XXXI. Ella Fitzgerald & Chick Webb And His Orchestra.
The discography of Billie Holiday consists of twelve studio albums, three live albums, twenty-four compilations, and five box sets.
Genre: Jazz Album: Legendary Unissued & Rare Masters. 1 What A Little Moonlight Can Do 2:59. 2 Miss Brown To You. 3:02. 3 Twenty Four Hours A Day.
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 - Rare And Unissued Recordings From The Golden Years, Vol. 1 (Queen-disc (It) Q-064). The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia 1933-1944 - Lady Day (Columbia/Legacy CXK 85470). Billie Holiday, Vol. 4 (CBS/Sony (J) SOPH-67/68). Billie Holiday - The Golden Years, Volume II (Columbia CL 2428). Songs By Billie Holiday - Solitude (Clef MGC 690). Billie Holiday - You Turned The Tables On Me, Easy To Love (Mercury 89003x45).
The Legendary Masters: Unissued or Rare: 1948–60 Contents.
All Music News . Popular Miles Davis Lyrics. 1. Stella by Starlight - Remastered.
The release of Billie Holiday: Rare Live Recordings, 1934-1959, offers the opportunity to hear Holiday on the side of history. There is something extraordinarily intimate about the quality of each cut, no matter in what venue, from big band gig to TV or recording studio, film or rehearsal hall. The intimacy clearly reveals her irreversibly certain approach to singing especially when contrasted to a sometimes timid, seemingly fatigued, husky, and frequently slurred speaking voice.