Miss Brown To You - Billie Holiday - The Original Recordings (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. YOU'RE DRIVING ME CRAZY (Donaldson Pub.) BILLIE'S BLUES (E.B. Marks) HE'S FUNNY THAT WAY (Anne-Rachel Music) MISS BROWN TO YOU (Famous Music) NO DETOUR AHEAD (E.B. Marks) DON'T EXPLAIN (Robbins Music) LOVER MAN (Pickwick Music) .
  2. Jul 02,  · Though the lyric was obviously written to be sung by a man, the first recording of “Miss Brown to You” was by Billie Holiday, as were all the other significant recordings of it before Roderick’s — but Roderick didn’t sing it like Holiday, and switched the gender, singing about Henry rather than Emily Brown: “Mister Brown to you.
  3. Song information for Miss Brown to You - Billie Holiday on AllMusic. Song information for Miss Brown to You - Billie Holiday on AllMusic Billie Holiday Original Recordings. Columbia: Billie Holiday. Masters of Jazz, Vol. 3. Retro Records The Complete Columbia Recordings ( .
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  5. In Billie’s career got a big push when she recorded four sides that went on to become hits, including “ What a Little Moonlight Can Do ” and “ Miss Brown to You.” This landed her a recording contract of her own, and then, until , she recorded a number of master tracks that would ultimately become an important building block.
  6. If the world could hear every single recording ever made by one vocalist, picking Billie Holiday to make such a fantasy come true would be a stellar choice. For evidence, consider the extremely sought-after At Storyville, a collection assembled from the iconic singer’s 19performances at .
  7. One of Billie's last recordings, and an incredibly striking batch of songs arranged by Ray Ellis with a sad, fragile ege that's perfect for the style of her later work. Billie's voice is faltering, but in a way that only makes the songs sound more personal and more compelling – and although LP, Vinyl record album.
  8. Listen to Billie Holiday: Rare Live Recordings from in full in the this site app. Play on this site. Back when Billie Holiday was first accorded the accolade it really meant something. So we’re attempting the impossible, to come up with 20 tracks that tell the story of her career in just 20 Billie Holiday .
  9. Most of the material on this record is from the s when Billie was recording songs for the Decca label that often had a big band sound, sometimes including strings and backup vocal groups. By contrast most of these live performances on 'Miss Brown to You' are intimate, some with Billie only accompanied by a piano.5/5(3).

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