Record Covers, Jazz Album, Album Covers, Billie Holiday Album Cover Jpg, Album Design, Album Cover Design
Billie Holiday sings another classic called Moonglow. This is the second song off of Billie Holidays third album for Clef Records (later Verve) simply titled Billie Holiday, released in 1954.
Billie Holiday album art April 7, 1915, 2:30 AM in: Philadelphia (PA) (United States) Sun: 16°24' Aries AS: 2°07' Aquarius Moon: 22°23' Capricorn MC: 24°12' Scorpio Dominants: Pisces, Aquarius, Cancer Uranus, Neptune, Pluto Houses 2, 1, 5 / Water, Air / Cardinal Chinese Astrology: Wood Cat Numerology: Birthpath 9 Height: Billie Holiday is 5' 5" (1m65) tall
Billie Holiday Family Tree | Cowards, perhaps not; experience with recycling Strange Fruit ...
"Billie Holiday" by Billie Holiday record LP (1954). Clef records.
What A Little Moonlight Can Do (1954) - Billie Holiday
Autumn In New York - Billie Holiday - YouTube
billie holiday new york - Google Search
Billie Holiday - Billie Holiday
Baker / Freeman
Jazz Album, Baker Freeman, Jazz Black Music, Baker Quartet, Jazz, Chet Baker
Chet Baker Quartet Featuring Russ Freeman ○ "Early Chet at His Best"
Chet Baker Quartet feat. Russ Freeman - Moon Love (12' LP take)
▶ I Fall in Love Too Easily ('53 & '88) - Chet Baker - YouTube
Pacific Jazz and World Pacific Records - jazz album covers
Chet Baker - Chet Baker Quartet feat. Russ Freeman
Chet Baker Quartet featuring Russ Freeman (1953)
▶ Chet Baker - Lush Life - YouTube
Chet Baker - "Lush Life".
Jazz Poster, Gig Posters, Billie Holiday, Poster Ideas, Poster Billieholiday, Daily Inspiration, Apollo Poster, Concert Posters
“Billie Holiday” This is for Lady Day…-Phantomkaywww.Phantomkay.comhttp://flic.kr/p/dHW1uY
Billie Holiday with special guest Ray Charles at the Apollo Theater concert poster.
phantomworld “Billie Holiday” This is for Lady Day…
Billie Holiday with Ray Charles at the Apollo Theater
Digital art selected for the Daily Inspiration #1338
Billie Holiday #jazz poster by Phantomkay Studios.
Billie Holiday concert poster #billieholiday
“Billie Holiday” Apollo Poster
Billie Holiday poster idea
Roberta Flack is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who is notable for jazz, soul, R, and folk music.
Soul Singer, Musical Artist, Flack Black, Roberta Flack, Singers Musicians, Black History, Music Musicians, Soul Music
One of my main character, Rachel's, favourite cover songs - Roberta Flack. "Killing Me Softly With his song..."
Roberta Flack – Killing us softly with her gorgeous afro, Roberta Flack represented flawlessly naturals through the 70s and 80s. She’s responsible for hits such as “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”, “Killing Me Softly with His Song” and “Where Is the Love”. Curls-Understood-Black-History-Month-Roberta-Flack
Roberta Cleopatra Flack (aka, Roberta Flack), an American singer/musician, notable for Jazz, Pop, R&B, and folk music. She is best known for her classic #1 singles "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" (Record of Year Grammy, 1973), "Killing Me Softly with His Song" (Record of the Year Grammy, 1974), "Feel Like Makin' Love"; "Where Is the Love" and "The Closer I Get to You", duets with Donny Hathaway, and Maxi Priest, Set The Night to Music..
Roberta Flack. Black Mountain, NC Love her music
Roberta Flack. #Black #History #Music #Culture
Roberta Flack - Black Mountain, NC
Roberta Flack musical artist
❤ Roberta Flack
Red Flower, Billie Holiday, Billy Holiday, Jazz Singer, Jazz Musicians, Beautiful Music, Beautiful Billie
Billie Holiday: Lady Day suffered with life long depression. She was the greatest of all jazz and blues singers. Incredible talent and tragic life
Billie Holiday ~ Suffering with depression, Billie made some beautiful music and some fatal mistakes. She has tragic beauty, and she speaks to my soul.
Billie Holiday ~ Suffering with depression, Billie made some beautiful music. She has tragic beauty (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post342631&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
Billie Holiday, one of the greatest jazz singers of all time.
Billie one of my favorite blues jazz musicians
Beautiful - Billie Holiday
Billie Holiday - Songs for Distingue Lovers
Blues Albums, Jazz Albums, 1957 Songs, Full Album, Billie Holiday, Holiday S Songs, Distingué Lovers, Album Cover
Recorded from January 3 to January 9, 1957, "Songs for Distingué Lovers" is an album by Billie Holiday. TODAY in LA COLLECTION on RVJ >> http://go.rvj.pm/9oj
1984 pressing of Billie Holiday's Songs for Distingue Lovers. (Note: I hear the current remaster, featuring additional tracks, is terrible by comparison.)
Recorded from January 3 to January 9, 1957, "Songs for Distingué Lovers" is an album by Billie Holiday, originally available in both mono and stereo. TODAY in LA COLLECTION on RVJ >> http://go.rvj.pm/9oj
Para activar la creatividad y apaciguar la mente.. https://www.facebook.com/KritikospaMusicChannel Billie Holiday - Songs for Distingué Lovers (1957) Re Uploading September 27, 2012 Original Album 01 00:00 "Day In, Day Out" 02 06:46 "A Foggy Day" 03 11:25 "Stars Fell on Alabama" 04 15:53 "One for My Baby" 05 21:31 "Just One of Those Things" 06 27:00 "I Didn't Know What Time It Was" Bonus Tracks...
billie holiday music | billie holiday songs for distingue lovers 200gr verve m6 vs 6021 1957 ...
BILLIE HOLIDAY BILLIE HOLIDAY-SONGS FOR DISTINGUE LOVERS (180 GR)
Billie Holiday. Songs For Distingué Lovers. 1957. Verve Records.
The 20 Greatest Blues Albums Of All-Time
Jazz Blues, Blues Musicians, Billie Holiday, Blues Photography, Jazz Photo, Jazz Musicians, Music Performing Artists
Lady Day in the spotlight: Don't you LOVE this atmospheric, evocative photo? #jazz #blues #photography
Richard Brody on John Szwed’s new book, “Billie Holiday: The Musician and the Myth”:In general, the desire of even the most discerning critics, such as Szwed, to separate art and life, to analyze the formal traits of works as if they were dissociable from the experience and the emotions that inspire them and that they convey, is both noble and doomed—noble, because artists deserve to be honored for their achievements, and doomed, because the formal and systematic nature of those achievements isn
Billie Holiday - never saw her, but this is how I've always pictured that I would.
Billie Holiday | Captivating | Center of Attention | #Imaluxurylady
Billie Holiday. Photo by Charles Hewitt / Life / Getty.
Billie Holiday ~ Lady sings the blues ❤️
Billie Holiday, photo by Charles Hewitt
"She was an absolute.” Billie Holiday
Bob Willoughby, Billie Holiday, Incomparable Billie, Jazz Singers, Black History, Holiday Photographed
Billie Holiday - Bob Willoughby 1952 - One best pics of Billie Holiday ... ever
Billie Holiday photographed by Bob Willoughby (1952) - classic sideeye
Billie Holiday - the incomparable Billie Holiday....
Billie Holiday photographed by Bob Willoughby (1952)
Billie Holiday by Bob Willoughby 1952
Billie Holiday (1952) RIP.
Ms Billie Holiday (1952)
Billie Holiday serving
Billieholiday, Mellow Accompanied, Gjon Mili, Billie Holiday, James D'Arcy, Billyholiday, Billy Holiday
giants at play : life with jazz legends " not published in life. billie holiday sings her standard, "fine and mellow," accompanied by james p. johnson on piano and others, new york, 1943 " #pinterest #lifetime #jazzlegends #gjonmili #billieholiday #pinterestcomshoellerulrichmlifetime
Billie Holiday sings her standard, "Fine and Mellow," accompanied by James P. Johnson on piano and others, New York, 1943, by Gjon Mili's
Billie Holiday sings her standard, "Fine and Mellow," accompanied by James P. Johnson on piano and others, New York, 1943. See more jazz legends at play: http://ti.me/11hPy6Y (Gjon Mili—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images)
Billie Holiday singing “Fine & Mellow” accompanied by James P. Johnson at piano. Source: Gjon Mili—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images
Gjon Mili Billie Holiday sings her standard, "Fine and Mellow," accompanied by James P. Johnson on piano NY,1943
Billie Holiday sings her standard, "Fine and Mellow," accompanied by James P. Johnson on piano and others during a 1942 jam session in Gjon Mili's studio. "Fine and Mellow" was the B-side of Holiday's classic 1939 Commodore Records single, LIFE photographer Gjon Mili (who also directed the classic 1944 short film, Jammin’ the Blues) ofte Read more: life.time.com/...
Ms. Billie Holiday - I love this look on her! … flowerspower: Billie Holiday singing “Fine & Mellow” accompanied by Cozy Cole on drums, James P. Johnson at piano & other unidentified musicians during jam session in studio of LIFE photographer Gjon Mili
Closeup of Billie Holiday singing “Fine & Mellow” accompanied by James P. Johnson at piano & other unident. musicians during jam session in studio of LIFE photogrpher Gjon Mili. Circa 1943
BILLIE HOLLIDAY 1942 JAM SESSION
Billie Holiday. A woman with a traumatic childhood, an unloving family and was forced into prostitution. She used her talent and sang her way to fame. Loved for her individual style and phrasing she became the queen of blues recognised for her signature mechalcholic ballads. Her life was cut short after several abusive husbands and an addiction to drugs. The worls has never been the same. #womenwhochangedtheworld
Jazz Blues, Billie Holiday, Holiday 1958, Jazz Singer, Billy Holiday, Jazz Musicians, Stock Billie
Dennis Stock Billie Holiday 1958 “I never hurt nobody but myself and that’s nobody’s business but my own.” Billie Holiday
“I never hurt nobody but myself and that’s nobody’s business but my own.”Dennis Stock Billie Holiday 1958
Portrait of Billie Holiday by Dennis Stock, 1958 © Dennis Stock/Magnum Photos
SWINGING IN MOONLIGHT... Billie Holiday, jazz singer
Billie Holiday photographed by Dennis Stock, 1958.
Dennis Stock | Billie Holiday, 1958
Billie Holiday 1958 - Dennis stock
African American, Billie Holiday, Blues Singer, Jazz Singer, Billy Holiday, Strange Fruit
Billie Holiday (born Eleanora Fagan, April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959) was an African American jazz singer and songwriter. Nicknamed "Lady Day." Holiday had a seminal influence on jazz and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo. Wiki
Billie Holliday - Today, Billie Holiday is a musical legend remembered for her soulful, emotive voice and indelible song interpretations which have cemented her reputation in musical history as one of the greatest Jazz voices of all time. I LOVE her
Lady sings the blues Billie Holliday I love Marilyn and Audrey Betty Boop as a theme for our rooms. Why can't we find posters of Ester Jones the 1st Betty Boop who is African American Billie, Lena, Dorothy, Eartha, Dianna to have other options sound like a niche needs to be filled here a real money maker ...
The Great African-American Classical Art-Form http://open.spotify.com/album/5eYf1XmNhECv1wmExZFuqa Portrait of Billie Holiday by William Gottlieb in New York, N.Y, 1947 Billie Holiday (1915 - 1959) . #HighArt https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Rashid-Project/695736453808153
Billie Holiday Walk of Fame Celebration 100th Birthday: The Apollo Theater in collaboration with Absolutely Live Entertainment will celebrate the 100th birthday of Billie Holiday with presentations honoring the late jazz and blues singer and featuring two-time...
Billie Holiday & Diana Ross in Lady Sings The Blues (1972) Motown released a hugely successful soundtrack double-album of Ross' recordings of Billie Holiday songs from the film, also titled Lady Sings the Blues. The album went to number one on the Billboard Hot 200 Album Charts, for the week-ending dates of April 7 and 14, 1973.
Billie Holiday. lady sings the blues ~
BILLIE HOLIDAY FAMOUS BLUES SINGER
Amazing Billie, Holiday I Ll, Billie Holiday, Holiday 1957, Holiday 1946, Blues Jazz, Billie Holidday, Holiday God
Billie Holiday, 1946 Sua voz expressa toda dor que vai no fundo de sua alma. Adoro ouvi-la.
Billie Holiday, 1957 performing "Fine and Mellow" on CBS "The Sound of Jazz."
The amazing Billie Holiday in the studio, 1946. Photo: Michael Ochs.
Billie Holiday, 1946 Music History www.interactivelistening.com
Billie Holiday " God Bless the Child"
Billie Holiday, 1946
Billie Holiday - All or Nothing at All
Record Covers, Jazz Album, Jazz Records, Lp Covers, Billie Holiday, Album Covers Vinyl Posters, Album Cover Art
David Stone Martin's painted jazz covers are instantly recognizable, and so expressive, Billie Holiday
Billie Holiday, All or Nothing At All, Verve LP cover (1955). Illustration: David Stone Martin. Album includes: Do Nothing till You Hear from Me (Duke Ellington, Bob Russell), Cheek to Cheek (Irving Berlin), All or Nothing at All (Arthur Altman, Jack Lawrence), Sophisticated Lady (Ellington, Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish), April in Paris (Vernon Duke, E. Y. Harburg), and Our Love Is Here to Stay (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin).
Billie Holiday - All or Nothing at All...Album Cover Art Illustrated by David Stone Martin
lp cover illustration by david stone martin - billie holiday 'all or nothing at all'
Album cover art Illustrated by David Stone Martin ~Repinned Via maria papachristou
Billie Holiday. All Or Nothing At All. Verve. 1958. Cover art: David Stone Martin.
Album cover for Billie Holiday recording - 1958 - artist David Stone Martin.
jazz album covers by David Stone Martin
jazz record cover art - Google Search
Album Cover Art, Jazz Record, Music Album Covers, Design Album Covers, Jazz Covers, Jazz Album Covers
Always - Billie Holiday Ill be loving you always With a love that's true always. When the things youve planned Need a helping hand, I will understand always.
Billie Holiday with Charlie Shavers, Tony Scott, Budd Johnson, Billy Bauer, Leonard Gaskin, Cozy Cole. Recorded in 1955, released 1958 on Verve Records.
Stay With Me ~ Billie Holiday, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000008BA2/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_ge7wqb12VE1SG
Billie Holiday- Stay With Me, Label: Verve MGV-8302 (1959) Illustration: David Stone Martin.
1958-02-14 Billy Holiday recorded Stay with Me , released later that year
Billie Holiday - I Don't Want To Cry Anymore * I just love her style ~
Now listening to Ain't Misbehavin' by Billie Holiday on AccuRadio.com!
Billie Holiday - I Don't Want To Cry Anymore - YouTube