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If You Were Mine - Teddy Wilson, Billie Holiday - Columbia Presents The Teddy Wilson Billie Holiday Album (Shellac, Album)

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  1. Dec 15,  · What A Little Moonlight Can Do Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra Columbia Smart Set C "Teddy Wilson - Billie Holiday" (4x Shellac 10" Album) What A Little Moonlight Can Do (03/ 08) Foxtrot Billie.
  2. Rare And Unissued Recordings From The Golden Years (4 LP Box), Vol. 1/4: Queen-Discs Q
  3. The album presents records 3 classic tracks from that month with Lady Day fronting the Teddy Wilson Orchestra, comprised of such greats as Roy Eldridge (who sounds superb here), Benny Goodman, Ben Webster (tenor sax), and some ahead of its time drumming by Cozy Cole (Chu Berry replaces Webster on an October recording of "If You Were Mine.)5/5(3).
  4. Around , Holiday began singing in local clubs and renamed herself "Billie" after the film star Billie Dove. Discovery At the age of 18, Holiday was discovered by producer John Hammond.
  5. For some odd reason, the collection reverses time and sends us back to for “If You Were Mine,” one of her better efforts in the early Teddy Wilson sessions, but it’s still not the woman who emerged in “Billie’s Blues.” You hear that woman in “A Fine Romance,” recorded with a combo called “Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra.”.
  6. Song information for If You Were Mine - Billie Holiday on AllMusic. Song information for If You Were Mine - Billie Holiday on AllMusic Teddy Wilson. Classics: Love Songs [Columbia Portrait Cover].
  7. Producer Hank O'Neal suggested to the veteran swing pianist Teddy Wilson that he record a set of Billie Holiday tunes since "Lady Day" had cut many of her greatest sides with Wilson in the s. This solo CD, which was originally a song LP, has been expanded with the .
  8. Object Details recording artist Holiday, Billie Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra Columbia Description (Brief) Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra featuring Billie Holiday. side 1: What a Little Moonlight Can Do; side 2: If You Were Mine (Columbia ). from the album, Hot Jazz Classics - Teddy Wilson-Billie Holiday (Columbia C) 78 rpm.

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