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Do Your Duty - Billie Holiday - The Very Best Of Billie Holiday (CD)

Posted on 11.12.2019 by Kagaran
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8 Responses to Do Your Duty - Billie Holiday - The Very Best Of Billie Holiday (CD)

  1. Nakree says:
    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Billie Holiday Lady Day Very Best of Jazz Vocals 1 Disc CD at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  2. Fekora says:
    Do Your Duty Lyrics: If I call three times a day / Come and drive my blues away / When you come, be ready to play / Do your duty / If you want to have some love / Give your baby your last buck / Don't.
  3. Kigalabar says:
    out of 5 stars the very best of the best of anything Reviewed in the United States on May 23, this set of cds is the embodiment of jazz. billie holiday has such a unique voice. some might complain of the bad recording quality, but in my opinion, it upholds the time period and gives you a feel for the era. i recommend this cd for any /5(11).
  4. Julmaran says:
    Dec 16,  · Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Lester Young (tenor sax) 19 The Very Thought of You (Noble) () Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra ft: Margaret Johnson (piano), Busk Clayton (trumpet), Lester Young (clarinet) 20 Yesterdays (Kern - Harbach) () Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, ft: Sonny White (piano), Kenneth Hollon (tenor sax).
  5. Meztimi says:
    However, what lets this double cd "very best of" down is the fact that several of the recordings are live ones which the purchaser is not warned of on the packaging. Now, I could listen to Billie Holiday on a live cd all the time as her voice is so good that, unlike most vocalists, it /5(9).
  6. Sataxe says:
    Billie Holiday is heard at her absolute best on this attractive two-CD set. During her period on Decca, Lady Day was accompanied by strings (for the first time), large studio orchestras, and even background vocalists, so jazz solos from her sidemen are few.
  7. Akitaxe says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Billie Holiday Story on Discogs/5(3).
  8. Taugar says:
    Oct 10,  · Lady Sings the Blues (the film) had almost nothing to do with the actual Billie Holiday. It was only loosely based on Holiday’s ghostwritten (and notoriously inaccurate) memoir of the same name. Also, her low-life husband Louis McKay (portrayed by Billy Dee Williams in the film) was a consultant on the film and made sure he was shown as her.

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