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"Solitude" by Billie Holiday from the album "Solitude.” Subscribe and ring the bell to never miss an update: 🤍 Stream Billie Holiday: 🤍 Follow Billie: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #BillieHoliday #Solitude
Arranged By, Conductor – Ray Ellis Bass – Milt Hinton Cello – David Sawyer Concertmaster, Violin – George Ockner Drums – Osie Johnson Guitar – Barry Galbraith Harp – Janet Putnam Percussion – Phil Kraus Piano – Mal Waldron Soprano Vocals – Elise Bretton, Lois, Miriam Workman Trombone – J.J. Johnson, Tom Mitchell, Urbie Green Trumpet – Mel Davis Vocals – Billie Holiday Woodwind – Danny Bank, Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque Engineer – Fred Plaut Producer – Irving Townsend A1 I'm A Fool To Want You 0:00 A2 For Heaven's Sake 3:24 A3 You Don't Know What Love Is 6:53 A4 I Get Along Without You Very Well 10:44 A5 For All We Know 13:45 A6 Violets For Your Furs 16:40 B1 You've Changed 20:06 B2 It's Easy To Remember 23:26 B3 But Beautiful 27:29 B4 Glad To Be Unhappy 32:00 B5 I'll Be Around 36:10 B6 The End Of A Love Affair 39:35 FAIR USE DISCLAIMER: I do not own copyright for this copyrighted artwork, but under Section 107 United States Copyright Law as noted by the United States Copyright Office (Copyright Act 1976), allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i.e. my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential market.
Subscribe for more jazz: 🤍 Listen to our playlist “The Best of Jazz” on Deezer: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 ▶ BUY the full album: 🤍 ♫♫♫ Special Price ♫♫♫ BILLIE & LESTER BILLIE HOLIDAY, vocal, and LESTER YOUNG, tenor sax, on all all tracks, with: TEDDY WILSON Orchestra: Wilson (p), Buck Clayton (tp), Benny Goodman (cl), Freddie Green (g), Walter Page (b), Jo Jones (dm) - jan. 25, 1937 00:00 He Ain’t Got Rhythm (Berlin) 02:49 This Year’s Kisses (Berlin) 05:56 Why Was I Born (Hammerstein - Kern) 08:47 I Must Have That Man (Fields - McHugh) TEDDY WILSON Orchestra: Wilson (p), Buck Clayton (tp), Buster Bailey (cl), Johnny Hodges (as), Allen Reuss (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Cozy Cole (dm) - may 11, 1937 11:41 Sun Sowers (Brown - Freed) 14:48 Yours and Mine (Brown - Freed) 18:03 I’ll Get By (Turk - Ahlert) 21:09 Mean To Me (Turk - Ahlert) TEDDY WILSON Orchestra: Wilson (p), Buck Clayton (tp), Buster Bailey (cl), Freddie Green (g), Walter Page (b), Jo Jones (dm) - june 1, 1937 24:15 Foolin’ Myself (Tinturin - Lawrence) 27:15 Easy Living (Robin - Rainger) 30:18 I’ll Never Be the Same (Kahn -Signorelli - Malneck) Her Orchestra: Buck Clayton (tp), Edmond Hall (cl), James Sherman (p), Freddie Green (g), Walter Page (b), Jo Jones (dm) - june 15, 1937 33:19 Me, Myself and I (Gordon - Roberts - Kaufman) 35:54 A Sailboat in the Moonlight (Lombardo - Loeb) 38:43 Born To Love (Scholl - Jerome) 41:22 Without Your Love (Lange - Stryker) Her Orchestra: Buck Clayton (tp), Buster Bailey (cl), Claude Thornhill (p), Freddie Green (g), Walter Page (b), Jo Jones (dm) - sept. 13, 1937 44:13 Getting Some Fun Out of Life (Leslie - Burke) 47:13 Who Wants Love? (Kahn - Waxman) 49:45 Travelin’ All Alone (Johnson) 51:58 He’s Funny That Way (Moret - Whiting) TEDDY WILSON Orchestra: Wilson (p), Buck Clayton (tp), Benny Morton (tb), Freddie Green (g), Walter Page (b), Jo Jones (dm) - jan. 6, 1938 54:36 My First Impression of You (Tobias - Stept) 57:24 When You’re Smiling (Fisher - Goodwin - Shay) 1:00:14 I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me (Gaskill - McHugh) 1:03:03 If Dreams Come True (Sampson - Goodman - Mills) same. - jan. 12, 1938 1:06:06 On the Sentimental Side (Burke - Monaco) 1:09:09 Now They Call It Swing (Hirsch - De Leath - Clouther - Handman) Thank you so much for watching this video by Jazz Essential channel, we hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel 🤍 Love Jazz? Then look no further! With new videos constantly added, Jazz Essential is home to the best Jazz on YouTube. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
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When you think about jazz and swing music there is no way not to mention Billie Holiday. The singer nicknamed “Lady Day” was a pioneering influence in jazz music and her signature raspy vocals pioneered a new way of manipulating and phrasing tempo. One of her signature songs, “Strange Fruit,” which is a song based on a poem about lynching, became controversial for the times but still became one of her biggest-selling records. However, the legendary singer died in 1959 from cirrhosis, aged just 44. Throughout her life and career Holiday battled with legal troubles and drug abuse. Let's find out how Holiday’s tragic upbringing and bouts with addiction eventually caught up with her. #BillieHoliday #Tragic #Music A horrible childhood | 0:00 An angel in Harlem | 1:07 "Strange Fruit" | 2:00 Heartbreak and addiction | 2:53 Lady Day | 3:57 Read Full Article: 🤍
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"Blue Moon" by Billie Holiday from the album "Solitude.” Subscribe and ring the bell to never miss an update: 🤍 Stream Billie Holiday: 🤍 Follow Billie: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #BillieHoliday #BlueMoon
Este vídeo ajuda a perceber o que é o jazz. Reparem como cada um dos músicos interpreta este blues de forma distinta e única, e como Billie Holiday reage a cada um dos solos. Magnífico.
in this video: Billie Holiday singing with Ben Webster tenor saxophone, Lester Young tenor saxophone, Vic Dickenson trombone, Gerry Mulligan baritone saxophone, Coleman Hawkins tenor saxophone, Roy Eldridge trumpet, Doc Cheatham trumpet, Danny Barker guitar, Milt Hinton double bass, Mal Waldron piano and Osie Johnson - drums
When You're Smiling 君微笑めば Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin & Larry Shay マーク・フィッシャー ジョー・グッドウィン ラリー・シェイ (tp) Buck Clayton バック・クレイトン (tb) Benny Morton ベニー・モートン (ts) Lester Young レスター・ヤング (p) Teddy Wilson テディ・ウイルソン(g) Freddie Green フレディ・グリーン(b) Walter Page ウォルター・ペイジ (ds) Jo Jones ジョー・ジョーンズ (vo) Billie Holiday ビリー・ホリデイ
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A magic song from a magic voice lyrics Strange Fruit Southern trees bear strange fruit Blood on the leaves and blood at the root Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees Pastoral scene of the gallant south The bulging eyes and the twisted mouth Scent of magnolias, sweet and fresh Then the sudden smell of burning flesh Here is fruit for the crows to pluck For the rain to gather, for the wind to suck For the sun to rot, for the trees to drop Here is a strange and bitter crop
"Gloomy Sunday" by Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson Listen to Billie Holiday: 🤍 Watch more Billie Holiday videos: 🤍 Subscribe to the official Billie Holiday YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow Billie Holiday: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Lyrics: Dreaming I was only dreaming I wake and I find you asleep In the deep of my heart, dear Darling, I hope that my dream never haunted you My heart is telling you how much I wanted you Gloomy Sunday Ask your voice device to play “Gloomy Sunday” by Billie Holiday! #Solitude #GloomySunday #OfficialAudio
"The Very Thought Of You" by Billie Holiday Listen to Billie Holiday: 🤍 Watch more Billie Holiday videos: 🤍 Subscribe to the official Billie Holiday YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow Billie Holiday: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Lyrics: The mere idea of you The longing here for you You never know how slow the moments go Till I'm near to you I see your face in every flower Your eyes in stars above It's just the thought of you The very thought of you, my love #TheVeryThoughtOfYou #BillieHoliday #OfficialAudio
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"Easy Living" by Billie Holiday Listen to Billie Holiday: 🤍 Watch more Billie Holiday videos: 🤍 Subscribe to the official Billie Holiday YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow Billie Holiday: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Lyrics: Living for you is easy living It's easy to live when you're in love And I'm so in love There's nothing in life but you Ask your voice device to play “Easy Living” by Billie Holiday! #Solitude #EasyLiving #OfficialAudio
Billy Holiday, Lady Sings the Blues Billie Holiday used drugs all her life. I do not believe she would be the same musician without it, just the same as if she were born a rich white kid! Her music comes from her experiences and her state of mind, which in most cases (as she seems to show in "Lady Sings the Blues") to be filled with pain and experience...she seems road weary if you will. Being a professional musician back then was a rough, poor, drugged experience. The music of the era seems to reflect this. As far as her musical technical ability, so what! She's great! She has more style in her fingernail than many other musicians that have the ability. I love her music...she's going to last forever :)
To learn more about Brilliant, go to 🤍 and sign up for free. And also, the first 200 people that go to that link will get 20% off the annual Premium subscription. Jazz singer Billie Holiday vs the US Government?! Her song Strange Fruit written by Abel Meeropol about the treatment of African Americans in the community is what started the whole altercation. Especially when Harry Anslinger, the Head of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics got involved, he set out to ensnare the Idol any way he could. - The Harlem Renaissance - 🤍 Thanks for participating in this week's discussion! Check out our community guidelines so we can have MORE high-quality conversations: 🤍 Want to support the people who make this show? Become a Patreon Member & Vote on future Extra History episodes! 🤍 Or show off your fandom with our merch! 🤍 Want more Extra Credits? Subscribe and follow us on social media! Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitch: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Interested in sponsoring an episode? Email us: extracredits🤍standard.tv ♪ Intro Music: "Penguin Cap" by CarboHydroM - 🤍 ♪ Outro Music: "Monopolies" by: Tiffany Roman #ExtraHistory #BillieHoliday #History
Billie Holiday performing "I Love You Porgy" on Granada TV's "Chelsea At Nine" February 1959. This was one of her last TV appearances before she passed away a few months later. This is videotaping would probably be one of Britain's earliest surviving B&W quad videotape recordings.
Billie Holiday is widely recognized as one of the most renowned jazz singers of all time, but that doesn’t mean that she had an easy life. From her earliest days, Billie had a tough road set out for her. Billie’s parents experienced turbulence during her early childhood. Billie’s father was a jazz musician, and could rarely be found around the house. Likewise, Billie’s mother didn’t have much interest in the young star. They neglected her, and this resulted in the young singer getting molested twice before her 15th birthday. Like this content? Subscribe here: 🤍 Or, watch more videos here: 🤍 Despite the hardships that Billie faced in her childhood, she found success fairly fast into her adult career. She began singing at local jazz clubs, and was eventually scouted by a producer by the name of John Hammond. It was with John’s help that Billie made her first entry on the Top 10 charts, but it wasn’t all a bed of roses for the newfound business pair. As Billie became more and more successful, she ventured further into escapism through drugs and alcohol. As a performing jazz singer, Billie became married to her trombonist. This was a man by the name of Jimmy Monroe, and he was the one that introduced Billie to the drug that was soon to become her substance of choice: heroin. Throughout her life, the jazz singer was going to have many varying vices, from marijuana to alcohol. However, heroin was the drugs that always kept Billie coming back for more. Billie used the drug to sedate her childhood trauma, but the trauma never truly stayed away once the drugs were gone. Despite her dependency on substances, there was another tragedy weighing down on Billie’s seemingly illustrious career. This was a man by the name a Harry Anslinger. He was the Chief of the US Federal Bureau of Narcotics, and he had it out for Billie because of her relationships with opiates. Join Facts Verse as we explore why Billie Holiday was arrested on her deathbed. Billie Holiday Was Arrested on Her Deathbed Do you think you know a lot about TV? Try our quiz and enter to win $500! Click below to check the trivia question 🤍
Billie Holiday & Louis Armstrong - The Blues Are Brewin