Billie Holiday God Bless The Child

Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971) {1987 CBS Associated}  Music

Posted by TestTickles at March 23, 2016
Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971) {1987 CBS Associated}

Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971) {1987 CBS Associated}
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 106 mb
Genre: jazz

God Bless The Child is the 1971 album Kenny Burrell. Originally released on CTI Records, this 1987 CD was released by CBS Associated.
Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971/2013) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz] RE-UP

Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971/2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/192 kHz | Time - 37:51 minutes | 1,48 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

This is Burrell at his level best as a player to be sure, but also as a composer and as a bandleader. Magnificent.
Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971) (Remastered 2010)

Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child (1971) (Remastered 2010)
Jazz | XLD rip | FLAC + CUE + LOG | Full Scans | 250 Mb
Label ~ Masterworks Jazz

when most people enter the world fo jazz, they may stumble around until they find something that suits their taste, or they may simply give up, since some jazz is very complicated and hard to follow… at first.
But with top flight musicians and some beautifully simple melodies, Kenny Burrel draws us into the jazz world and takes us for a fine ride. ~ Amazon
Freddie Hubbard - God Bless The Child (Live In Warsaw) (2001)

Freddie Hubbard - God Bless The Child (Live In Warsaw) (2001)
EAC(WAV)+CUE+LOG | Total Time: 59:49 | Covers | 410 Mb
Recorded at the Operetka, Poland, October 24, 1991
Billie Holiday - Rare Live Recordings 1934-1959 (2007) 5CD Box Set

Billie Holiday - Rare Live Recordings 1934-1959 (2007) 5CD Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 873 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans ~ 66 Mb | Time: 05:28:24
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Swing, Standarts, Vocal Pop | Label: ESP Disk | # ESP 4039

These rare treasures take you all across Billie's career-from '35, the year she debuted at the Apollo and first charted, to '59, the year she died. The stunning early performances include a 20-year-old Billie with Ellington in '35 and a 1937 radio broadcast from the Savoy Hotel in NY with the Basie Orchestra; you'll also hear rare rehearsal tapes, her Monterey '58 performance, songs on The Eddie Condon Show, The Tonight Show, The Steve Allen Show, an impromptu recording of Billie and friends singing My Yiddish Mamma, and more with Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Johnny Hodges, Lester Young, Coleman Hawkins and more! Includes 129 tracks: Swing Brother Swing; Fine and Mellow; I'll Get By; Billie's Blues; All of Me; Lover Man; Them There Eyes; You're My Thrill; I Cover the Waterfront; Porgy; Tenderly; God Bless the Child; My Man; Moanin' Low; Ghost of a Chance, and more.

Billie Holiday: Wishing On The Moon  

Posted by Nice_smile) at Sept. 7, 2015
Billie Holiday: Wishing On The Moon

Billie Holiday: Wishing On The Moon by Donald Clarke
English | June 2002 | ISBN: 0306811367 | 480 Pages | PDF | 16.81 MB

Based on unrivaled access to archival interviews with those who knew her at every stage of her life, the most revealing biography of the incomparable Lady Day
Billie Holiday - Lady Sings The Blues (1956/2007) [Official Digital Download 24bit/96kHz]

Billie Holiday - Lady Sings The Blues (1956/2007)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 37:59 minutes | 670 MB
Official Digital Download - Source: | Digital Booklet
Historical Mono Recording

A delicate and deeply felt collection of recordings, originally released to coincide with the publication of Billie’s autobiography in 1956. In the years since the album title has been appropriated on a number of Billie Holiday collections, but the original album has never been on CD until 2007.

God Save The Child (Audiobook)  

Posted by lout at Jan. 24, 2011
God Save The Child (Audiobook)

God Save The Child (Audiobook) By Robert B. Parker
Publisher: Books on Tape 1988 | 5 hours and 9 mins | ISBN: 0736613811 | MP3 | 72 MB

Billie Holiday - Sings Her Favourite Blues Songs (2006)  

Posted by fimdomundo at Dec. 15, 2008
Billie Holiday - Sings Her Favourite Blues Songs (2006)

Billie Holiday - Sings Her Favourite Blues Songs (2006)
EAC(WAV)+CUE+LOG | Total Time: 1:03:51 (h:m:s) | 404 Mb | Scans

With her spirit shining through on every recording, Holiday's technical expertise also excelled in comparison to the great majority of her contemporaries. Often bored by the tired old Tin Pan Alley songs she was forced to record early in her career, Holiday fooled around with the beat and the melody, phrasing behind the beat and often rejuvenating the standard melody with harmonies borrowed from her favorite horn players, Armstrong and Lester Young. (She often said she tried to sing like a horn.) Her notorious private life — a series of abusive relationships, substance addictions, and periods of depression — undoubtedly assisted her legendary status, but Holiday's best performances ("Lover Man," "Don't Explain," "Strange Fruit," her own composition "God Bless the Child") remain among the most sensitive and accomplished vocal performances ever recorded. More than technical ability, more than purity of voice, what made Billie Holiday one of the best vocalists of the century — easily the equal of Ella Fitzgerald or Frank Sinatra — was her relentlessly individualist temperament, a quality that colored every one of her endlessly nuanced performances.
John Bush, AMG.
Billie Holiday - Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia (1933-1944) [10CD Box] {2009 Columbia Edition}

Billie Holiday - Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday On Columbia (1933-1944) [10CD Box] {2009 Columbia Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 1.74 Gb | MP3 @320 -> 1.42 Gb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 243 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2009 Columbia / Legacy / Sony Music | 88697538062
Jazz / Blues / Swing / Vocal

When Sony/Columbia began its ambitious Legacy reissue project, those who followed their jazz titles knew it was only a question of time before the massive Billie Holiday catalog under their ownership would see the light in its entirety. The question was how? Years before there was a host of box sets devoted to her material, but the sound on those left something to be desired. Would they remaster the material in two- or three-disc sets with additional notes? Would it be one disc at a time? Would the material be issued as budget or midline material or at full price? The last item could be ruled out based on the label's aggressive and very thorough packages of single discs by Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, and others.