Billie Holiday With Billy Kyle And His Trio - I'll Look Around / Baby, I Don't Cry Over You mp3 album
There'll Be Some Changes Made (Studio). You're Too Lovely to Last. Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra. Billie Holiday (Eleanora Fagan Gough, Philadelphia, PA, April 7, 1915 – New York City, NY, July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer and songwriter. View full artist profile.
I'll Be Seeing You. I'll Look Around. I'll Never Smile Again. I'm a Fool to Want You. I'll always think of you that way. Я всегда буду думать о тебе так. I'll find you in the morning sun. Я обнаружу тебя в утреннем солнце. And when the night is new.
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I’ll Be Seeing You Though Holiday recorded many versions of this classic song over her careers, perhaps her most heartfelt recording of it is the one she did live at Carnegie Hall in 1956. Just three years before she died, her voice is audibly weaker and rougher than previous recordings she’d done of the song in the late-1940s. In fact, Holiday was tapped to sing vocals in front of Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra for this session, which included Buck Clayton on trumpet, Buster Bailey on clarinet, Lester Young on tenor sax, Freddie Green on guitar, Walter Page on bass, Jo Jones on drums, and Wilson himself piano. Wilson’s strident lines drive this track, along with the guitar playing of Green (who later became a permanent member of the Count Basie Orchestra). Holiday’s spacious vocals, however, float over the top of their playing, creating a mood straight out of a 1920s speakeasy.
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NotesRecorded at Decca Studios, New York City, April 9, 1946.
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