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      Billie Holiday Her Orchestra - Ain't Misbehavin' (Verve Records 1955)

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      Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra - Stars Fell On Alabama (Verve Records 1957) The title refers to a spectacular occurrence of the Leonid meteor shower that had been observed in Alabama in November of 1833, "the night the stars fell." As reported by the Florence Gazette: "[There were] thousands of luminous bodies shooting across the firmament in every direction. There was little wind and not a trace of clouds, and the meteors succeeded each other in quick succession."

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