Billie Holiday in concert in Britain, 1954. Her later performances of Strange Fruit could be agonising to watch. Photograph: Charles H Hewit...
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Billie entertaining the crowd!
"Ghost Dance" is the first release from Strange Fruit on their very own imprint, Counterfeit Fun Records. On this release they sculpt a dark, shadowy atmosphere, rich with 808 bass lines and thrilling synth sounds. This track is a monster that is sure to wake the dead and get them dancing. http://www.beatport.com/artist/strange-fruit/319498
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Eleanora Fagan Gough (while her birth certificate reads Elinore Harris) changed her name to "Billie Holiday" because of her admiration for film star "Billie Dove." She was also known as "Lady Day" and received that nickname from sax player Lester Young.
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Billie Holiday, The Tiffany Club, Los Angeles, 195, photo by Bob Willoughby
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Billie Holiday - live performance of "Travelin' Light"
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Billie Holiday: Travelin' Light (Live at Paris Music Hall Parade, French TV, Paris 1958)
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Billie Holiday photographed by herman Leonard
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Billie Holiday, March 1954.
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Billie Holiday & Mal Waldron
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Malcolm Earl Waldron (16 de agosto de 1926 - 2 de diciembre de 2002) fue un pianista de jazz, arreglista y compositor estadounidense. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mal_Waldron http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mal_Waldron http://www.apoloybaco.com/malwaldronbiografia.htm Imagen: Billie Holiday & Mal Waldron Quartet - May 29th ,1958.
1958 Dad was Billie Holiday's last accompanist. Here they are pictured performing just one year before her passing.
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Billie Holiday, Monterey Jazz Festival, 1958. Photo Credit: Nat Farbman.
Billie Holliday at the Monterrey Jazz Festival.
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Billie Holiday (Eleanora Fagan Gough), apodada Lady Day, fue una cantante estadounidense de jazz que nació un día como hoy, el 7 de abril de 1959. Junto con Sarah Vaughan y Ella Fitzgerald, está considerada entre las más importantes e influyentes voces femeninas del jazz. El crítico Robert Christgau consideraba que era «inigualable y posiblemente la mejor cantante del siglo» (siglo XX), y Frank Sinatra la consideraba «su mayor influencia»
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Women's History Post of the Day: Eleanora Fagan from Philadelphia, PA was better known as Billie Holiday aka "Lady Day". A famous jazz singer Billie Holiday has been credited with changing the art of singing pop vocals forever with the way she captivated audiences with the intense and personal feeling of classic blues. One of her greatest assets was the way she poured her heart and soul into every song and her ability to interpret a song and make you feel as if you never heard it before.
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Billie Holiday in 1957.
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Billie Holiday: In 1957, Holiday performed at the Sugar Hill nightclub in Newark, New Jersey. That same year, she performed at the Newport Jazz Festival in Rhode Island.
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Billie Holiday with Lester Young, Ben Webster, Gerry Mulligan, and Coleman Hawkins during the 1956 CBS broadcast of "Sound of Jazz".
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Billie Holiday- Lady Day- was one of the most important singers of the last 100 years, and also stands out as a fashion icon. Her signature style is elemental: a white, oversized gardenia tucked behind the ear, big bracelets or jewelry and a bodacious, glamorous dress.
Billie Holiday - Tenderly (1952)
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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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Billie Holiday singing "Fine & Mellow" with Cozy Cole and James P. Johnson - during a jam session in the studio of photographer Gjon Mili, 1941
Billie Holliday singing Fine & Mellow. Photo by Gjon Mili.
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Billie Holiday - "Lady Sings the Blues!" Here Lady Day sings "You Go To My Head" - what a distinctive and natural voice, with her unique phrasing and delivery that will make her a stand out 'til the end of time! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGNc1yLGPug
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'No two people on earth are alike, and it's got to be that way in music or it isn't music.' Billie Holiday.
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Billie Holliday in New York City, 1949 Photo by Herman Leonard