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Remember? - Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra - 1952 - 1955 (Cassette)

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  1. Arashilrajas says:
    Apr 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Billie Holiday - (You Forgot To) Remember (Clef Records ) YouTube Remember - Al McLean & Brian Hurley - Duration: Randy Cole 16, views.
  2. JoJora says:
    Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra: How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is The Sky) and 2 more Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra - - (Comp) 2 versions: .
  3. Gogami says:
    Lady in Satin Billie Holiday & Ray Ellis - (It's) Easy To Remember (Columbia Records ) Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra - Love For Sale (Clef Records ) Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra.
  4. Voodoogrel says:
    Jun 06,  · copipenmateropriapodpostgumdbewon.coinfo There's no such thing as a genuine Billie Holiday greatest-hits collection--her career was split among too many labels for that--but this single-disc distillation of the Complete Decca Recordings 2 CD set (recorded between and ) is pretty solid. Holiday's in fine vocal form (though her accompaniment is undistinguished easy-listening stuff; the choir on "God Bless the /5(83).
  5. Kajikinos says:
    Billie Holiday and her Orchestra: 6: Nov New York City, Carnegie Hall: Duke Ellington 25th Anniversary - second concert (Carnegie Hall) May New York City, Carnegie Hall: Count Basie and his Orchestra: 2: Aug Los Angeles, Artie Shapiro's home: Rehearsal: Feb New York City, Steve.
  6. Grotaxe says:
    By the time Holiday joined Kansas City’s phenomenal Count Basie Orchestra for tours in she was an unstoppable force, suited for top billing across the United States. In Artie Shaw invited her to front his Orchestra, making Billie the first black women to work with a white band – an impressive and courageous accomplishment.
  7. Tazilkree says:
    Billie Holiday recorded it in with Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra. Benny Goodman had a #1 hit with the song in Lester Young made a recording with Oscar Peterson's trio, replacing the original melody almost completely. The song is also known as .
  8. Yoramar says:
    Feb 24,  · While her hard living was taking a toll on her voice, Holiday continued to tour and record in the s. She began recording for Norman Granz, the owner of several small jazz labels, in
  9. Voodooshura says:
    "I Cried for You" is a pop and jazz standard with music written by Gus Arnheim and Abe Lyman, with lyrics by Arthur copipenmateropriapodpostgumdbewon.coinfo was introduced by Abe Lyman and His Orchestra in The recording by Benny Krueger and His Orchestra the same year peaked at number 2 for two weeks and remained in the charts for ten weeks at large. Also in another interpretation of the song by the Columbians.

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