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In fact, Webster was present on her fourth recording session on July 2, 1935, which was also the vocalist’s first date under the wing of pianist Teddy Wilson. 1 LOVE, YOU DIDN’T DO RIGHT BY ME 02 SISTERS 03 IT’S BECAUSE WE’RE IN LOVE 04 SAN FRANCISCO BLUES 05 AIN’T THAT LOVE?
Although Billie Holiday’s association with tenor saxophonist Ben Webster could never match up to her long-standing relationship – both musically and personally – with the great tenorist Lester Young, the vocalist would record with Webster on many occasions dating back to the very beginning of her career. In addition, all of the Peggy Lee-Benny Carter studio collaborations prior to 1954, as well as six hard to find 1954 Peggy Lee singles with various bands have bee added as a bonus.
The singer and tenorist participated on five more recording sessions together prior to 1937. 06 MY MAN 07 I’M JUST WILD ABOUT HARRY 08 I LOVE TO LOVE 09 IT’S SO NICE TO HAVE A MAN AROUND THE HOUSE 10 SO IN LOVE 11 I LIKE MEN!
She waxed three of her earliest hits at the session: “I Wished on the Moon”, “What a Little Moonlight Can Do” and “Miss Brown to You”, which would remain in her repertoire throughout her career. 06 SEE SEE RIDER 07 LOADS OF LOVE 08 I BELIEVE IN YOU 09 PLEASE DON’T RUSH ME 10 MY SILENT LOVE 11 I’LL GET BY 12 I DIDN’T FIND LOVE 13 I’M A FOOL TO WANT YOU 14 I NEVER HAD A CHANCE 15 WHISPER NOT 16 TELL ALL THE WORLD ABOUT YOU 17 BIG BAD BILL (IS SWEET WILLIAM NOW) 18 THE BEST IS YET TO COME 19 TEACH ME TONIGHT 20 WHEN THE SUN COMES OUT 21 I’LL BE AROUND 22 AMAZING 23 I DON’T WANNA LEAVE YOU NOW 24 I’VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING 25 EMBRASSE MOI (EMBRACE ME JUST ONE MORE TIME) 26 THE SWEETEST SOUNDS 27 I’M A WOMAN 1 BOUQUET OF BLUES 02 LOVE LETTERS 03 THE GYPSY WITH FIRE IN HIS SHOES 04 CHARLEY MY BOY 05 OH JOHNNY, OH JOHNNY, OH!
The album also contained three previously unreleased songs, recorded between May and December 1961. 1956- 57 proved a busy period for Billie Holiday, who after overcoming many breakdowns had just published her memoirs, titled Lady Sings the Blues (in collaboration with William Dufty). The band is a collaboration between Ian Skelly (the Coral) and Paul Molloy (the Zutons), whose previous groups were widely recognized in the U. around the turn of the century, notably for their catchy combination of pop and psychedelia.
"Sir Rosevelt can go to a lot of new places," says Brown. She had a 6 decade career as singer songwriter and actress and was the personification of understatement, known for her alluring, delicately husky voice and reserved style and her seemingly casual, laid-back style belied her meticulous preparation for each performance. The song was huge during the mid-60s and was covered by a multitude of artists and remains a popular song today. The record will feature guest appearances from Kendrick Lamar, Future, Gucci MAne, M. A, Wale and Ed Sheeran, along with Rihanna ("Lemon") and Andre 3000. It’ll be presented in a gatefold triple 180g vinyl package and will also include the album on double CD. However, it was the fourth album in this series which saw Getz take dual billing with guitarist João Gilberto and featured just Brazilian talent (barring Getz of course) which contained a big hit: “The Girl From Ipanema”, sung by Astrud Gilberto who was also married to João. The hip hop trio collective of Pharrell Williams, Chag Hugo and Shay Haley have been hinting that they would return since 2015 when they confirmed they were working on a new album. Their mission was to create the most wildly imaginative and absorbing music possible. The collection will also include the newly remixed and remastered version of “Unfold The Future’”, which will also be released for the first time on vinyl. This collector’s edition contains Howlin’ Wolf ’s eponymous second album for Chess Records, Howlin’ Wolf (released in January 1962). Their paths would then diverge, and with the exception of a single 1944 radio broadcast in which both were captured on two tunes (“Fine and Mellow” and “All of Me”), no further collaborations between Billie and Ben exist until the first of the many sessions included on this set, which took place on August 14, 1956. 12 JIM 13 BILL 14 WHEN A WOMAN LOVES A MAN 15 GOOD FOR NOTHIN’ JOE 16 STORMY WEATHER (*)17 I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE (*)18 HAPPINESS IS A THING CALLED JOE (*)19 TALKIN’ TO MYSELF ABOUT YOU (*)20 THEM THERE EYES (*)21 BABY DON'T BE MAD AT ME (*)22 EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY (*)23 FOOLIN' NOBODY BUT ME (*)24 JOHNNY GUITAR (*)25 AUTUMN IN ROME (*)26 IT MUST BE SO (*)27 STRAIGHT AHEAD (*)28 LET ME GO, LOVER!The long play, which has come to be known as “The Rockin’ Chair Album”, was originally released as a collection of singles (totalling nine tracks) taped and released individually between 19 (with the exception of the songs “Who’s Been Talkin’” and “Tell Me”, cut in 1957). With the exception of the two December 1957 versions of “Fine and Mellow” recorded for the TV broadcast “The Sound of Jazz” (one is a studio recording and the other the actual live performance during the show) – in which Billie was also reunited with Lester Young – all of Webster and Holiday’s late collaborations are limited to their 1956-57 recordings for Norman Granz, some of which were issued on the album All or Nothing at All . (*)29 HOW BITTER, MY SWEET (*) ‘Electric Looneyland’ is the new album from the Liverpool-based psychedelic band Serpent Power.