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Good Morning Heartache - Billie Holiday - The Legend Of Billie Holiday (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Good Morning Heartache - Billie Holiday - The Legend Of Billie Holiday (CD)

  1. Jusho says:
    " Good Morning Heartache " is a song written by Irene Higginbotham, Ervin Drake, and Dan Fisher. It was recorded by jazz singer Billie Holiday on January 22,
  2. Duzshura says:
    Label: Verve Records - • Series: Verve Jazz Masters - 12 • Format: CD Compilation, Repress • Country: Europe • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Style: Delta Blues, Contemporary Jazz, Easy Listening.
  3. Mogami says:
    It doesn t matter how talented you are, sometimes life gets you was X-Factor winner Rebecca Ferguson s assessment of Billie Holiday. Her life story s unbelievable, and at the same time she had a big heart. Here are 60 slices of real life, delivered with heart and soul by an original who really had the X Factor. Disc 1 /5(47).
  4. Malagore says:
    The release of Billie Holiday: Rare Live Recordings, , offers the opportunity to hear Holiday on the side of history. There is something extraordinarily intimate about the quality of each cut, no matter in what venue, from big band gig to TV or recording studio, film or rehearsal hall.
  5. Zulkikora says:
    Jul 30,  · This is Ms. Holiday at her best. The disc offers 12 songs, each a classic example of her artistry. They include: Strange Fruit/ Fine and Mellow/Lover Man/Don't Explain (my favorite)/ Good morning Heartache/ I loves You Porgy/I Cover the Waterfront. At a bit over 40 minutes, it wouldn't have hurt to have included a few more/5().
  6. Mijin says:
    Stream The Billie Holiday Songbook by Billie Holiday and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Sample this album Artist (Sample) 1. Good Morning Heartache. Good Morning Heartache. Listen Now $ 2. My Man. My Man. Listen Now $ 3. Billie's Blues. Audio CD (October 25, ) Number of 5/5(3).
  7. Mugor says:
    “Good Morning Heartache” was written by Irene Higginbotham, Ervin Drake, and Dan Fisher. Originally recorded by Billie Holiday on January 22, Higginbotham () was also a concert pianist but is probably best known for this co-write.
  8. Vudokinos says:
    Rare And Unissued Recordings From The Golden Years (4 LP Box), Vol. 1/4: Queen-Discs Q

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