Category: Classical

  1. Mojora Reply
    Vinyl, June 16, "Please retry" $ the music and the lyrics are unforgettable. Lady In Satin is not for the squirmish; not even, perhaps, for alot of Holiday fans. But if you don't mind a front row seat to the closing act of the tragic opera that was Holiday's life; if you can find beauty in sorrow and hope in pain, this CD will /5().
  2. Dougami Reply
    Baby I Don't Cry Over You Performer [With] – Billy Kyle And His Trio Written By – Krouse: B3: I'll Look Around Written-By – Cross*, Cory* B4: The Blues Are Brewin' Performer [With] – John Simmons And His Orchestra Written By – Alter, Delange: B5: Guilty Written-By – Kahn*, Akst*, Whiting* B6: Deep Song Written-By – Cross*, Cory 4/5(21).
  3. Goltigul Reply
    Baby I Don't Cry Over You Lyrics: Had my lunch all alone / Waited for you to phone / Said you call me at two / So about twenty of three / I had cocktails with lee / Baby, I don't cry over you.
  4. Kajilar Reply
    Baby, I Don't Cry Over You This song is by Billie Holiday and appears on the compilation album The Complete Decca Recordings () and on the album Priceless Jazz Collection ().
  5. Grogul Reply
    I'll Look Around / Baby, I Don't Cry Over You, a Single by Billie Holiday. Released in June on Decca [USA] (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Featured peformers: Billie Holiday (vocals), Joe Guy (trumpet), Billy Kyle (piano), Jimmy Shirley (guitar), Thomas Barney (bass), Kenny Clarke (drums).
  6. Yozshulkis Reply
    Billie Holiday (Eleanora Fagan Gough, Philadelphia, PA, April 7, – New York City, NY, July 17, ) was an American jazz singer and songwriter. Nicknamed Lady Day by her loyal friend and musical partner Lester Young, Holiday was a highly original influence on jazz and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz.
  7. Takus Reply
    Billie Holiday is heard at her absolute best on this attractive two-CD set. During her period on Decca, Lady Day was accompanied by strings (for the first time), large studio orchestras, and even background vocalists, so jazz solos from her sidemen are few.
  8. Faubar Reply
    R.B. Blues - Ruth Brown New York City Blues -Peggy Lee I Cried And Cried -Varetta Dillard How Long Blues -Odetta Freight Train Blues -Trixie Smith Lover Man -June Christy St. Louis Blues -Eartha Kitt Maybelle's Blues -Big Maybelle Baby, I Don´t Cry Over You -Billie Holiday Since I fell for You - Dinah /5(19).
  9. Salkis Reply
    Apr 19,  · Baby, I Don't Cry Over You written by Morton Krouse. Made popular by Billie Holiday on Decca Label about Universal Music Publishing Group. Levi Collins and Dave Fowler, Appearances at: Lula.