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billieholiday: Billie Holiday photographed by Roy DeCarava in 1952. <3 Billie. <3 Roy DeCarava.
Billie Holiday photographed by Roy DeCarava in 1952 | This is one of the most charming pictures I've seen of her.
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Billie Holiday. 1952. Photograph: Roy DeCarava
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This is not Billie Holiday. This is Lorraine Glover, wife of hard bop trumpet star Donald Byrd. The photograph was taken by famed jazz photographer William Claxton in 1960 – when Billie Holiday was already dead. This beautiful photo keeps popping up on the internet with the wrong caption! Thanx to Christine Whyte for the correction!
Fake - A great photo, often mislabeled as "Young Billie Holiday." As several people have pointed out, the era is wrong. This lovely woman is Lorraine Glover-Yourna Byrd, wife of jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd. She was photographed on 48th Street in NYC in 1960 by William Claxton.
FAKE: This is often presented as being a photo of Billie Holiday. FACT: It's definitely not Billie but there's an argument over who it is. One camp says it is Lorraine (Yourna) Byrd, wife of trumpeter Donald Byrd on 48th St. Others insist it's Lorraine Glover in a photo by William Claxton. Both say it was taken in 1960.
This photo keeps popping up on Pinterest as Billie Holiday, but it is not Billie. This is Lorraine Glover, wife of famous hardbop trumpet player Donald Byrd. And it was shot by William Claxton in 1960. There are several books of Claxton’s work in which this photo is featured (usually just credited “Mrs. Donald Byrd”
Public Service Announcement: This is NOT Billie Holiday! This is Lorraine Glover, the wife of blues trumpeter, Donald Byrd. Photo by William Claxton, 1960. S)
This is Lorraine Glover, wife of hard bop trumpet star Donald Byrd. Photograph was taken by famed jazz photographer William Claxton in 1960 – when Billie Holiday was already dead.
This is NOT ‘A young Billie Holiday’. It is Lorraine Glover by William Claxton. Lorraine Glover, was the wife of hard bop trumpet star Donald Byrd. Photograph was taken by famed jazz photographer William Claxton in 1960 – when Billie Holiday was already dead. (revised)
"I consistently see this woman misidentified as either jazz trumpetist Valaida Snow or of all people jazz legend Billie Holiday.The gorgeous young woman in the above photo is the wife of jazz trumpeter Donald Byrd. Her name is (drum roll please .....) Lorraine Glover. NOT Valaida Snow and sure as hell NOT Billie Holiday (for that matter both Snow and Holiday were dead by the time the above image was taken)." William Claxton, Photographer
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Billie Holiday’s glamorous, dramatic style enhanced the message of powerful music: she favored sweeping gowns and '40s-era floral prints
The incomparable Billie Holiday (born Eleanora Fagan) April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer and songwriter.
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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
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Billie Holliday. " If you copy, it means you're working without any real feeling. No two people on Earth are alike, and it's got to be that way in music or it isn't music."
Billie Holiday cambiaba los tonos para ajustarlos a su forma de entender el jazz y le quitaba las líneas rectas a las canciones. Billie Holiday by Dennis Stock, 1958.
Billie Holiday, by Dennis Stock, 1958. No doubt, she will always be one of my favorites; the life, beauty, loss, & pain in her voice is tangible. Gone at 44, much too soon. May she eternally R.I.P. (April 7, 1915 – July 17, 1959)
Billie Holiday by Dennis Stock, 1958. ° 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
I never hurt nobody but myself and that’s nobody’s business but my own. • Billie Holiday. Photo by Dennis Stock, 1958
Portrait of Billie Holiday by Dennis Stock, 1958 © Dennis Stock/Magnum Photos
Billie Holiday by Dennis Stock, 1958. Coming back to you tonight
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I have the ability to sing with emotion and feeling, but if you say I sound like Billie Holiday, that's cool. Let's look at who Billie was: she was this person, this singer, this beautiful diva who could move the audience with the slightest gesture of her hand. ~ Erykah Badu / Photo: Billie Holiday, 1946
Billie Holiday, 1946 Sua voz expressa toda dor que vai no fundo de sua alma. Adoro ouvi-la.
Billie Holiday (photo by Michael Ochs Archives .01 Dec 1946), (born Eleanora Harris, April 7, 1915–July 17, 1959) was an American jazz singer/songwriter. She 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. She co-wrote only a few songs, but several of them have become jazz standards, notably "God Bless the Child," "Don't Explain," "Fine and Mellow," and "Lady Sings the Blues."
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 at the Microphone, Gorgeous Photograph :: 1946 ♥༻
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Billie Holiday concert poster (Tuesday March 1, 1958 Sacramento California).
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Billie Holiday, The Tiffany Club, Los Angeles, 1951 • Photographed by Bob Willoughby, Learn how to freestyle rap here: http://tofreestyle.com/ #jazz #freestylerap #hipop
Billie Holiday, at the Tiffany Club, Los Angeles, 1951 –Bob Willoughby. Goddess in every sense of the word..
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Billie Holiday, The Tiffany Club, Los Angeles, 1951 • Photographed by Bob Willoughby..... I love Billie Holiday
Billie Holiday, The Tiffany Club, Los b- Angeles, 1951. Photo by Bob Willoughby. Love her music.
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Billie Holiday, like all great artists, is as distinctive, as idiosyncratic, as original off-stage and off-mike as on. PHOTOGRAPH BY CHARLES HEWITT / LIFE / GETTY
Billie Holiday in the spotlight during a performance in 1959. By early 1959 Billie Holiday had cirrhosis of the liver, and she died on 15 July, from heart failure caused by her condition. She died leaving 70 cents in the bank.
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Billie Holiday. Photo by Charles Hewitt / Life / Getty.
Billie Holiday, photo by Charles Hewitt
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...died to soon. The beautiful. The talented. The tragic...Billie Holiday #beatsofhell #naturalrecordsstudios #victusvincimus #music #4everrock #veteransrevenge #rocklives #rockisdead #jazz
Billie Holiday! She was such a talented and beautiful woman who struggled with too too many demons .
Billie Holiday - American jazz singer and songwriter. Songs include "God Bless The Child"
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Billie Holiday For "Don't Explain," which makes us men feel like real shitheels, and for "Lover Man," which makes life better again. And for all the rest.
Greatest Women in History - 75 Greatest American Women - Esquire. Billie Holiday For "Don't Explain," which makes us men feel like real shitheels, and for "Lover Man," which makes life better again. And for all the rest.
potential wedding song: Come Rain or Come Shine - Billie Holiday; Tenderly - Billie Holiday
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Billie Holiday with special guest Ray Charles at the Apollo Theater concert poster.
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Billie Holiday was known for her bold presence, her tall physical stature. She emphasized this by wearing clothes that transfixed audiences in understated, purposeful ways. She loved a beautiful gown and accessorizing it perfectly.
Billie Holiday was known for her bold presence, her tall physical stature. She emphasized this by wearing clothes that transfixed audiences in understated, purposeful ways.
Billie Holiday. "If you find a tune that’s got something to do with you, you just feel it, and when you sing it, other people feel it, too,” Holiday once explained. According to the Penguin Encyclopedia of Popular Music,”She was the first and is perhaps still the greatest of jazz singers, if the essence of jazz singing is to make the familiar sound fresh, and to make any lyric come alive with personal meaning for the listener.” (Encyclopedia.com.)
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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
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Gjon Mili, Billie Holiday sings her standard, "Fine and Mellow," accompanied by James P. Johnson on piano and others, New York, 1943 on ArtStack #gjon-mili #art
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.
Rare and classic photos of Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, Lester Young and other jazz legends playing at photographer Gjon Mili's "smoky sweaty barn of a studio" in the 1940s
love this closeup of Billie Holiday on fine and mellow with james p. johnson on piano. photo © Gjon Mili / LIFE
James P. Johnson (James Price Johnson), también conocido como Jimmy Johnson, fue un pianista y compositor de jazz que nació el 1 de febrero de 1984 y falleció el 17 de noviembre de 1955. Imagen: Billie Holiday interpretando "Fine & Mellow" acompañada por James P. Johnson al piano. © Gjon Mili / LIFE
life: Billie Holiday sings her standard, “Fine and Mellow” in LIFE photographer Gjon Mili’s studio. See more photos here. (Gjon Mili—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
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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.
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1954-04 Billie Holiday (self titled album) recorded in April released later that year
"Billie Holiday" by Billie Holiday record LP (1954). Clef records.
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