I Can't Face The Music - 13. In all, this set contains 230 tracks. Miss Brown To You - 10. Baby Get Lost - 18. These Foolish Things - 12. Embraceable You Alternative Version - 19. Disc seven begins laying out the alternate takes and airchecks and personnel crisscrosses all over the set.
It's also on the alternates, far from the masters, that we get a different perspective on process and development, not only in terms of 's singing, but also the different accents added or deleted from the orchestral accompaniment. The story begins with her first two recordings for the label with in November and December of 1933, moves to two years later when she recorded another session, and ends some 43 sessions later in 1944 with her own band that starred , , , , and. Finally, producer provides -- along with an introductory essay -- a track-by-track analysis with all the data a jazz historian or musicologist could ever want, including matrix numbers. Isn't This A Lovely Day - 5. Keep On A-Rainin' - 2. I'll Be Seeing You Alternative Version - 18.
Heard, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals. Them There Eyes - 7. If The Moon Turns Green - 8. What A Little Moonlight Can Do - 11. Many of Holiday's recordings were released on , before the advent of , and only Clef, Verve, and Columbia issued Holiday albums during her lifetime that were not compilations of previously released material. I Cried For You - 15.
Fine And Mellow - 15. I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues Alternative Version - 9. Autumn In New York - 6. Prelude To A Kiss - Track Listing — Disc 8 Song Title Time 1. How Deep Is the Ocean? I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance - 9. Lastly, it would be shameful not to make mention of the truly amazing liner notes by the esteemed.
Willow Weep For Me - 3. February 1947 Studio albums 12 Live albums 3 Compilation albums 24 Box sets 5 The of consists of twelve , three live albums, twenty-four compilations, and five. Crazy He Calls Me - 14. You Go To My Head - 17. There is also a fine cultural and socio-historical essay by Professor Farah Griffin from Columbia University.
She was arrested for heroin possession while she lay dying. Literally, it is confounding that these recordings were previously unavailable here in that they mark her reunion with or other fine sessions with or her vocal collaborations with in 1939. No Good Man - 4. Strange Fruit Alternative Version - 10. Lastly, being able to go back and forth in these takes, we get to witness the sharp juxtaposition of her development as a singer from the raw, early bluesy material influenced deeply by to the master songstress who could nuance a maximum emotion from just a few notes, smoothly and without a trace of edginess. You're My Thrill - 13.
Please, Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone - 10. Lover Come Back To Me - 14. Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me - 16. She was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 1991 and the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 2000 Early Influence. Johnson, Tom Mitchell, trombone; Danny Bank, Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque, unknown a flute specialist , woodwinds; George Ockner, concertmaster; 11 unknown, violin; 3 unknown, viola; 2 unknown, David Sawyer, cello; Janet Putnam, harp; Mal Waldron, piano; Barry Galbraith, guitar; Milt Hinton, bass; Osie Johnson, drums; Phil Kraus, percussion; Lois.
Years before there was a host of box sets devoted to her material, but the sound on those left something to be desired. He's Funny That Way - 9. Yesterdays Alternative Version - 13. I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance - 10. Heard, drums; Billie Holiday, vocals.