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The Billie Holiday Collection, Vol. 1


  • 1. I Wished on the Moon
    2. What a Little Moonlight Can Do
    3. Miss Brown to You
    4. If You Were Mine
    5. These 'N' That 'N' Those
    6. You Let Me Down
    7. Life Begins When You're in Love
    8. It's Like Reaching for the Moon
    9. These Foolish Things
    10. I Cried for You
    11. Did I Remember?
    12. Summertime
    13. Billie's Blues
    14. Fine Romance, A
    15. One, Two, Button Your Shoe
    16. Easy to Love
    17. Way You Look Tonight, The
    18. Pennies from Heaven
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 87067

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Personnel includes: Billie Holiday (vocals); Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone); Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Harry Carney (baritone saxophone, clarinet); Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw (clarinet); Roy Eldridge, Bunny Berigan, Jonah Jones (trumpet); Teddy Wilson (piano); John Kirby, Milt Hinton (bass); Gene Krupa, Cozy Cole (drums).
    Producers include: John Hammond, Bernie Hanighen.
    Compilation producer: Michael Brooks.
    Recorded between 1935 & 1936. Includes liner notes by Michael Brooks.
    Personnel: Dave Barbour, Dick McDonough, Lawrence Lucie, John Trueheart, Allan Reuss (guitar); Harry Carney (clarinet, baritone saxophone); Irving Fazola, Tom Mace, Artie Shaw, Vido Musso, Benny Goodman, Rudy Powell (clarinet); Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone); Chu Berry, Teddy McRae, Ben Webster (tenor saxophone); Gordon Griffin, Irving "Mouse" Randolph, Richard Clarke, Jonah Jones, Roy Eldridge, Bunny Berigan (trumpet); Benny Morton (trombone); Clyde Hart, Joe Bushkin, Teddy Wilson (piano); Cozy Cole, Gene Krupa (drums).
    Liner Note Author: Michael Brooks .
    Recording information: 1776 Broadway, NY (07/02/1935-11/19/1936).
    Although she didn't technically have the greatest voice and range, the legendary Billie Holiday had an intangible ability to bring the full of her life to bear on whatever she sang, and every song she touched, no matter how trite, gained poignancy because of it. This set is the first of four single discs drawing highlights from the ten-CD Lady Day box that chronicles Holiday's time at Columbia Records and covers the years 1934 to 1936. ~ Steve Leggett

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