Billie Holiday

Billie Holiday Billie Holiday, (1915 - 1959) is widely regarded as one of the most important and influential American jazz singers. She was, except as Billie Holiday, also known by the nickname Lady Day which tenor saxophonist Lester Young had given her. Holiday, in turn, was responsible for Youngs nickname Pres or Prez (short for President).

Important albums:
1950 Billie Holiday Sings
1950 Billie Holiday, Vol. 1
1950 Billie Holiday, Vol. 2
1953 An Evening with Billie Holiday
1954 Billie Holiday, Vol. 3
1954 Lady Sings the Blues
1955 Music for Torching
1955 All or Nothing at All
1956 Songs for Distingué
1956 Jazz Recital
1956 Velvet Moods
1956 A Recital by Billie Holiday
1957 Body and Soul
1958 Lady in Satin
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Billie Holiday Solitude =180g vinyl LP=

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Solitude =180g vinyl LP=

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( 1952/1956 ) 2015 reissued on 180g LP - Billie Holiday's 1952 first recordings for Norman Granz' Clef Records present a vocalist truly at the top of her craft, best-known recordings "These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)", "I Only Have Eyes for You

Billie Holiday Songs for Distingue Lovers =180g vinyl  =

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Songs for Distingue Lovers =180g vinyl =

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( 1957 ) 2011 EU reissue on 180 g vinyl LP ="This is one of those loose, utterly relaxed sessions where the rhythm section settled in a happy groove behind the singer and the hornmen are free to say their piece…" Original downbeat review

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Billie Holiday Lady In Satin =180g vinyl LP =

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Lady In Satin =180g vinyl LP =

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( 1958 ) 2015 EU reissue on 180g LP=1958's Lady In Satin is the last major recording of Billie Holiday that was released during her lifetime, and it is also the most controversial. Ray Ellis' arrangements seem like a harsh contrast to Holiday's broken and

Billie Holiday Sings = 180g  =

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Sings = 180g =

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(1952) - 2016 EU issue 180g vinyl LP= originally released on 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, follow

Billie Holiday Lady Day ( Greatest Hits)

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Lady Day ( Greatest Hits)

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2017 EU pressing on 180g LP -A compilation of Billie Holiday's finest songs. including "That Old Devil Called Love", "Summertime " , " God Bless the Child", "Strange Fruit", "Body and Soul "and "The Man I Love" among others.

Billie Holiday Essential =Carnegie Hall Concert 1956=180g vinyl

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Essential =Carnegie Hall Concert 1956=180g vinyl

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( 1956 ) - 2016 EU reissue on 180 g vinyl LP = Billie Holiday’s Carnegie Hall concert was a high spot in an uneven later career. The programme was interspersed with readings (by Gilbert Millstein) from her autobiography. Nat Hentoff wrote: “The audience w

Billie Holiday Lady in Satin=180g=

BILLIE HOLIDAY - Lady in Satin=180g=

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( 1958 ) - 2011 EU reissue on 180g LP = Lady In Satin is the last major recording of Billie Holiday that was released during her lifetime, only after listening more closely you can realize the beauty of these sessions and understood why Billie ranked th