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Billie Holiday: Four Classic Albums Plus

Billie Holiday: Four Classic Albums Plus

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Billie Holiday

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2011
Views: 244

Track Listing

Disc 1: Body and Soul; They Can't Take That Away From Me; Darn That Dream; Let's Call the Whole Thing Off; Comes Love; Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You; Embraceable You; Moonlight In Vermont; Willow Weep For Me; My Man; Lover, Come Back To Me; Lady Sings the Blues; What A Little Moonlight Can Do; Body and Soul; Strange Fruit; Travelin' Light; He's Funny That Way; The Man I Love; Gee, Baby Ain't I Good To You; All of Me; Billie's Blues. Disc 2: It Had to Be You; Come Rain or Come Shine; I Don't Want to Cry Anymore; I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance With You; A Fine Romance; Gone With the Wind; I Get a Kick Out of You; Isn't This A Lovely Day; Prelude to a Kiss; When Your Lover Has Gone; Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone; Nice Work If You Can Get It; I've Got a Right To Sing the Blues; What's New; I Hadn't Anyone Till You; Everything I Have Is Yours; Fine and Mellow.

Personnel

Billie Holiday: vocals; Jimmy Rowles: piano; Barney Kessel: guitar; Ben Webster: tenor sax; Harry "Sweets" Edison: trumpet; Alvin Stoller, Larry Bunker: drums; Red Mitchell: bass; Howard McGhee: trumpet; Willie Smith: alto sax; Illinois Jacquet, Wardell Gray: tenor sax; Milt Raskin: piano; Charles Mingus: bass; Davie Coleman: drums; Kenny Kersey: piano, Carlie Drayton: bass; Trummy Young: trombone: Joe Guy: trumpet; Georgie Auld: alto sax; Lester Young: tenor sax; Tiny Grimes: guitar; Al McKibbon: bass; J.C. Heard: drums; Benny Carter: alto sax; Mal Waldron: piano; Joe Benjamin: bass; Jo Jones: drums.

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