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All of Me

Billie Holiday

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This historic album was transferred from the original 78 rpm transcription master. It is a historic and collectible transfer.
Please note that the album is presented in the audio recording technology standards available at the time.

All of Me by Billie Holiday features 10 standards performed by the famed Jazz Singer. Holiday is backed on the album by Jazz pianist Teddy Wilson; Red Norvo and His Orchestra including Neal Hefti on trumpet and Jimmy Rowles on piano; the All-Star Jam Band with Roy Eldridge (piano), Coleman Hawkins (tenor saxophone), Jack Teagarden (trombone), Art Tatum – Pablo Records (piano), Albert Casey (guitar), Oscar Pettiford (bass) and Sidney Catlett (drums); and Percy Faith and His Orchestra.

For most of her life Billie Holiday; the First Lady of Jazz, offered the world the sound of a voice, the like which it will never hear again. Billie Holiday, whose inspiration was more instrumental than vocal, used to say that her aim was to get Bessie Smith’s feeling and Louis Armstrong’s style. She had her whole being in singing and left behind her a legacy of superb vocal jazz recordings. The compelling tracks on this historic album were transferred from the original 78 rpm transcription master.

Tracklist

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1.
You Better Go Now
03:12
2.
Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
02:39
3.
Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me
03:27
4.
I'll Get By (as Long as I Have You)
01:26
5.
I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone
03:49
6.
Miss Brown to You
01:56
7.
You Ain't Gonna Bother Me No More
02:57
8.
Maybe You'll Be There
03:33
9.
Good Morning Heartache
03:20
10.
The Man I Love
02:44

Total time: 00:29:03

Additional information

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2XHDST1131

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Merging Technologies Horus

Executive Producer

André Perry

Mastering Engineer

René LaFlamme, Original 78rpm Acetate Transcription (Analog) to DSD Transfer

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Original Recording Format

Recording location

Esquire All-American Jazz Concert at the Metropolitan Opera House, 1944, New York, 1947, Hollywood, 1949, Los Angeles 1949

Recording Type & Bit Rate

Original 78rpm Acetate Transcription (Analog)

Release DateJanuary 4, 2019

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