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Dont Know If Im Comin Or Goin - Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra - Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra 1933-1937 (CD)

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  1. Taushicage
    In Billie sang with Count Basie’s orchestra and the following year she appeared with Artie Shaw, becoming one of the first black singers to appear with a white orchestra. It was not an easy.
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  2. Zulkis
    Billie Holiday - Dont Know If I`m Comin` or Goin` Lyrics. Lee Wainer / Lupin Fien You've got me on the road Runnin' to and fro Lookin' high and low I don't know if I'm coming or going Since I fell.
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  3. Shaktirr
    Hush now, don't explain Just say you'll remain I'm glad you're back, don't explain Quiet, don't explain What is there to gain Skip that lipstick Don't explain You know that I love you And what love endures All my thoughts of you For I'm so completely yours Cry to hear folks chatter And I know you cheat Right or wrong, don't matter When you're with me, sweet Hush now, don't explain You're my.
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  4. Meztijind
    Eleanora Fagan (April 7, — July 17, ), better known as Billie Holiday, was an American jazz singer with a career spanning nearly thirty years. Nicknamed "Lady Day" by her friend and music partner Lester Young, Holiday had a seminal influence on jazz music and pop singing.
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  5. Nitaur
    Eleanora Fagan, renowned by her professional name Billie Holiday, was an American singer and songwriter, who is known as one of the best exponents of jazz music in the 20th century. According to most scholars of music, Holiday remains one of the most important influences in the history of not only jazz but also pop music.
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  6. Ball
    Oct 26,  · Don't Know If I'm Comin' or Goin' / Where Is the Sun, a Single by Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra. Released in May on Vocalion (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: Vocal Jazz. Featured peformers: Billie Holiday (vocals), Eddie Tompkins (trumpet), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Joe Thomas (alto saxophone), Teddy Wilson (piano), Carmen Mastren (guitar), John Kirby (bass), /5(12).
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  7. Shaktisida
    Alto Saxophone – Carl Frye, Jimmy Powell Bass – John Williams* Drums – Harold West* Ensemble – Billie Holiday And Her Orchestra Guitar – Lawrence Lucie Piano – Sonny White Tenor Saxophone – Kermit Scott Trumpet – Roy Eldridge Written-By – maladibeazelunenuardana.xyzinfo*, maladibeazelunenuardana.xyzinfo*, maladibeazelunenuardana.xyzinfo*, maladibeazelunenuardana.xyzinfo* D5: More Than You Know.
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  8. Faetilar
    Recorded at Session #70 New York April 14, , billed as Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra (Verve). With Oscar Peterson (po), Herb Ellis (g), Ray Brown (b), Ed Shaughnessy (d), Billie Holiday (v), and Charlie Shavers playing foil to Lady’s chill modern affect – he is practically gymnastic on the trumpet.
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