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Performer: Billie Holiday
Title: Jazz Is Their Old Man
Style: Vocal Jazz,Standards,Traditional Pop,Swing
Duration: 38:25
Relesed: April 16, 1995
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 416
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Jazz Is Their Old Man. 1995. Black Label (jazz & gospel).

ft: Lester Young (tenor sax) 4 God Bless the Child (Holiday) (1941) 08:48 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, ft: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Eddie Heywood (piano) 5 Am I Blue (Clark - Akst) (1941) 11:42 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra, featuring: Roy Eldridge (trumpet), Eddie Heywood (piano) 6 Billie's Blues (I Love My Man) (Holiday) (1944) 14:31.

Compilation of three different sessions, no dates or personnel given, mostly live airchecks.

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Artist: Billie Holiday Album: The Diva Series Genre: Vocal Jazz Label: Verve Records Released: 2003 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Them There Eyes (2:51). Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Bear (2:45). Fine And Mellow (3:19). Lady Sings The Blues (3:47). That said, it is still a great introduction to the vocalist's singular and influential style. There is a timely flow to the track listing on most of the Diva Series albums, and this collection is no exception.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 'Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do Percy Grainger / Robert Prince / Clarence Williams Billie Holiday 2:21
2 No Detour Ahead Herb Ellis Billie Holiday 2:25
3 I Can't Pretend Harry Tobias Billie Holiday 3:07
4 Until the Real Thing Comes Along Sammy Cahn / Saul Chaplin / L.E. Freeman / Mann Holiner / Alberta Nichols Billie Holiday 3:11
5 Miss Brown to You Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin / Richard A. Whiting Billie Holiday 1:48
6 My Gentleman Friend Arnold B. Horwitt / Richard Lewine Billie Holiday feat: Sarah Vaughan 2:32
7 You're All I Need Walter Jurmann / Gus Kahn / Bronislaw Kaper Billie Holiday feat: Sarah Vaughan 4:06
8 What More Can a Woman Do Dave Barbour / Peggy Lee Billie Holiday feat: Sarah Vaughan 3:01
9 I'd Rather Have a Memory Than a Dream Leonard Feather / Bob Russell Billie Holiday feat: Sarah Vaughan 2:42
10 A-Tisket, A-Tasket (Intro) Van Alexander / Ella Fitzgerald Billie Holiday feat: Ella Fitzgerald 0:30
11 'Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It) Sy Oliver / Trummy Young Billie Holiday feat: Ella Fitzgerald 2:53
12 Oh Johnny J. Keirn Brennan / J.S. Royce Billie Holiday feat: Ella Fitzgerald 4:02
13 I Want the Waiter (With the Water) Kay Werner / Sue Werner Billie Holiday feat: Ella Fitzgerald 3:07
14 Swing Out J.C. Higginbotham / Al J. Neiburg / Ellis Reynolds Billie Holiday feat: Ella Fitzgerald 2:40

Credits

Van Alexander - Composer
Dave Barbour - Composer
J. Keirn Brennan - Composer
Sammy Cahn - Composer
Saul Chaplin - Composer
Ken Dryden - Liner Notes
Billy Eckstine - Guest Artist
Herb Ellis - Composer
Leonard Feather - Composer
Ella Fitzgerald - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
L.E. Freeman - Composer
Dizzy Gillespie - Guest Artist
Percy Grainger - Composer
J.C. Higginbotham - Composer
Billie Holiday - Performer, Primary Artist
Mann Holiner - Composer
Arnold B. Horwitt - Composer
Hank Jones - Guest Artist
Walter Jurmann - Composer
Gus Kahn - Composer
Bronislaw Kaper - Composer
Peggy Lee - Composer
Richard Lewine - Composer
Al J. Neiburg - Composer
Alberta Nichols - Composer
Sy Oliver - Composer
Robert Prince - Composer
Ralph Rainger - Composer
Ellis Reynolds - Composer
Leo Robin - Composer
J.S. Royce - Composer
Bob Russell - Composer
Harry Tobias - Composer
Sarah Vaughan - Performer, Primary Artist
Kay Werner - Composer
Sue Werner - Composer
Richard A. Whiting - Composer
Clarence Williams - Composer
Trummy Young - Composer
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