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Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia - Vol. 9

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Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia - Vol. 9

Billie Holiday

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1
April In My Heart (Take 2) 00:03:12

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - H. Meinardi, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - Teddy Wilson, Piano - H. Carmichael, Composer, Lyricist - Jo Jones, Drums - Benny Carter, Alto Saxophone - Mark Wilder - Harry James, Trumpet - Seth Foster - Walter Page, Bass - Edgar Sampson, Alto Saxophone - Lester Young, Tenor Saxophone - Evans Herschel, Tenor Saxophone - Benny Morton, Trombone

Originally recorded 1938 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
They Say (Take 2) 00:03:03

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - P. Mann, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - Teddy Wilson, Piano - S. Weiss, Composer, Lyricist - Jo Jones, Drums - Benny Carter, Alto Saxophone - E. Heyman, Composer, Lyricist - Mark Wilder - Harry James, Trumpet - Seth Foster - Walter Page, Bass - Edgar Sampson, Alto Saxophone - Lester Young, Tenor Saxophone - Evans Herschel, Tenor Saxophone - Benny Morton, Trombone

Originally recorded 1938 & released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
You're so Desirable (Take 2) 00:02:54

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - R.Noble, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - Cozy Cole, Drums - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Milt Hinton, Bass - Toots Mondello, Alto Saxophone - Ted Buckner, Alto Saxophone - Bud Freeman, Tenor Saxophone - Chu Berry, Tenor Saxophone - Trummy Young, Trombone - Bobby Hackett, Cornet

Originally recorded 1938 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
You're Gonna See a Lot of Me (Take 2) 00:02:59

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - A. GOODHART, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - M. Kurtz, Composer, Lyricist - Cozy Cole, Drums - A. Hoffman, Composer, Lyricist - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Milt Hinton, Bass - Toots Mondello, Alto Saxophone - Ted Buckner, Alto Saxophone - Bud Freeman, Tenor Saxophone - Chu Berry, Tenor Saxophone - Trummy Young, Trombone - Bobby Hackett, Cornet

Originally recorded 1938 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
Hello, My Darling (Take 2) 00:02:42

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - F. Loesser, Composer, Lyricist - John Hammond, Producer - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - F.Hollaender, Composer, Lyricist - Al Casey, Guitar - Cozy Cole, Drums - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Milt Hinton, Bass - Toots Mondello, Alto Saxophone - Ted Buckner, Alto Saxophone - Bud Freeman, Tenor Saxophone - Chu Berry, Tenor Saxophone - Trummy Young, Trombone - Bobby Hackett, Cornet

Originally recorded 1938 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Let's Dream In the Moonlight (Take 1) 00:02:54

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - Raoul Walsh, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Matt Malneck, Composer, Lyricist - Al Casey, Guitar - Cozy Cole, Drums - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Milt Hinton, Bass - Toots Mondello, Alto Saxophone - Ted Buckner, Alto Saxophone - Bud Freeman, Tenor Saxophone - Chu Berry, Tenor Saxophone - Trummy Young, Trombone - Bobby Hackett, Cornet

Originally recorded 1938 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

7
I Cried for You 00:02:30

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Benny Goodman & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday With Benny Goodman & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - A. Freed, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Benny Heller, Guitar - G. Arnheim, Composer, Lyricist - Buddy Shultz, Drums - A. Lyman, Composer, Lyricist - Mark Wilder - Jess Stacy, Piano - Seth Foster - Gordon Griffin, Trumpet - Hymie Schertzer, Alto Saxophone - Noni Bernardi, Alto Saxophone - Art Rollini, Tenor Saxophone - Jerry Jerome, Tenor Saxophone - Benny Goodman, Clarinet - Cy Baker, Trumpet - Ziggy Elman, Trumpet - Red Ballard, Trombone - Vernon Brown, Trombone

Originally recorded 1939 & released 1991. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Jeepers Creepers 00:03:02

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Benny Goodman & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday With Benny Goodman & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - H. Warren, Composer, Lyricist - J. Mercer, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Johnny Mercer - Martha Tilton - Mark Wilder - Leo Watson - Seth Foster - Benny Heller, Guitar - Buddy Shultz, Drums - Jess Stacy, Piano - Gordon Griffin, Trumpet - Hymie Schertzer, Alto Saxophone - Noni Bernardi, Alto Saxophone - Art Rollini, Tenor Saxophone - Jerry Jerome, Tenor Saxophone - Benny Goodman, Clarinet - Cy Baker, Trumpet - Ziggy Elman, Trumpet - Red Ballard, Trombone - Vernon Brown, Trombone

Originally recorded 1939 & released 1991. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
That's All I Ask of You (Alternate Take) 00:02:59

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - Robert E. Pope, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Al Casey, Guitar - Cozy Cole, Drums - Mark Wilder - Sonny White, Piano - Seth Foster - John Williams, Bass - Chu Berry, Tenor Saxophone - Charlie Shavers, Trumpet - Tyree Glenn, Trombone

Originally recorded 1939 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

10
More Than You Know (Take 2) 00:03:04

Billie Holiday, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - Billie Holiday with Teddy Wilson & His Orchestra, Associated Performer - John Hammond, Producer - Vincent Youmans, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Danny Barker, Guitar - B. Rose, Composer, Lyricist - Cozy Cole, Drums - E. Eliscu, Composer, Lyricist - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Milt Hinton, Bass - Benny Carter, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone - Ernie Powell, Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

11
You're Too Lovely to Last (Take 2) 00:03:02

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - T. McRae, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Jimmy McLin, Guitar - C. Beal, Composer, Lyricist - Eddie Dougherty, Drums - E. Frazer, Composer, Lyricist - Mark Wilder - Kenny Kersey, Piano - Seth Foster - John Williams, Bass - Tab Smith, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone - Kenneth Hollon, Tenor Saxophone - Stanley Payne, Tenor Saxophone - Hot Lips Page, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1939 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

12
Under a Blue Jungle Moon (Take 2) 00:03:03

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - R. Conway, Composer, Lyricist - Billie Holiday - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - N. Brisben, Composer, Lyricist - Jimmy McLin, Guitar - Eddie Dougherty, Drums - Mark Wilder - Kenny Kersey, Piano - Seth Foster - John Williams, Bass - Tab Smith, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone - Kenneth Hollon, Tenor Saxophone - Stanley Payne, Tenor Saxophone - Hot Lips Page, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1939 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

13
Night and Day (Take 2) 00:03:02

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - C. Porter, Composer, Lyricist - Billie Holiday - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Freddie Green, Guitar - Jo Jones, Drums - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Joe Sullivan, Piano - Mark Wilder - Seth Foster - Walter Page, Bass - Earle Warren, Alto Saxophone - Jack Washington, Alto Saxophone - Lester Young, Tenor Saxophone - Buck Clayton, Trumpet - Harry Edison, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1939 & released 1991. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

14
Falling In Love Again (Take 2) 00:02:47

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - S. Lerner, Composer, Lyricist - Billie Holiday - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Lawrence Lucie, Guitar - F.Hollaender, Composer, Lyricist - Hal West, Drums - Sonny White, Piano - Jimmy Powell, Alto Saxophone - Carl Frye, Alto Saxophone - Kermit Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

15
Laughing at Life (Take 2) 00:02:54

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - C.Kenny, Composer, Lyricist - Billie Holiday - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Freddie Green, Guitar - N. Kenny, Composer, Lyricist - J.C. Heard, Drums - B. Todd, Composer, Lyricist - C. Todd, Composer, Lyricist - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Bill Bowen, Alto Saxophone - Joe Eldridge, Alto Saxophone - Kermit Scott, Tenor Saxophone - Lester Young, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1940 & Released 1977. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

16
I'm All for You (Take 2) 00:03:27

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - J. Bresler, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - John Collins, Guitar - L. Wynn, Composer, Lyricist - Kenny Clarke, Drums - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1934 & released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

17
I Hear Music (Take 2) 00:02:39

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - Burton Lane, Composer - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - John Collins, Guitar - Frank Loesser, Lyricist - Kenny Clarke, Drums - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940 & released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

18
The Same Old Story (Take 2) 00:03:10

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - John Collins, Guitar - M. FIELD, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Kenny Clarke, Drums - N. OLIPHANT, Composer, Lyricist - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Mark Wilder - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940 & released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

19
The Same Old Story (Take 3) 00:03:10

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - John Collins, Guitar - M. FIELD, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - Kenny Clarke, Drums - N. OLIPHANT, Composer, Lyricist - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Mark Wilder - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

20
Practice Makes Perfect (Take 2) 00:02:35

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - D. Roberts, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - John Collins, Guitar - E. Gold, Composer, Lyricist - Kenny Clarke, Drums - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940 & released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

21
Practice Makes Perfect (Take 3) 00:02:42

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - D. Roberts, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - John Collins, Guitar - E. Gold, Composer, Lyricist - Kenny Clarke, Drums - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940 & released 1964. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

22
Practice Makes Perfect (Take 4) 00:02:44

Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra, Associated Performer, Main Artist - John Hammond, Producer - Billie Holiday - D. Roberts, Composer, Lyricist - Bernie Hanighen, Producer - E. Gold, Composer, Lyricist - John Collins, Guitar - Kenny Clarke, Drums - Tim Geelan, Engineer - Mark Wilder - Teddy Wilson, Piano - Seth Foster - Georgie Auld, Alto Saxophone - Don Redman, Alto Saxophone - Don Byas, Tenor Saxophone - Jimmy Hamilton, Tenor Saxophone - Roy Eldridge, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940 & released 2001. All rights reserved by Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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