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Strange Fruit - Billie Holiday - The Lady Sings The Blues (CD)

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  1. Check out Strange Fruit by Billie Holiday on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on nanconthightablasiredicxitodopo.xyzinfo(29).
  2. In LADY SINGS THE BLUES, Holiday recalls some of the most resonant memories of her turbulent past--the good, the [mostly] bad and the [frequently] ugly. From the very start, Billie Holiday (birth name Eleanora Fagan) born to thirteen year old Sadie Fagan and sixteen year old Clarence Holiday, had a .
  3. Oct 03,  · Billie Holiday: 'Lady Sings the Blues' Few voices in recorded music are as immediately distinctive and arresting as that of "Lady Day." Special Series "Strange Fruit.".
  4. Feb 16,  · Billie Holiday's song about racist lynchings redefined popular music. In an extract from his history of protest songs, Dorian Lynskey explores the power of Strange Fruit.
  5. The lynching depicted in “Strange Fruit” is certainly made even more powerful and harrowing by Holiday’s slow, wrenching delivery. In , Holiday would die with 70 cents in her bank account. LADY SINGS THE BLUES is the soundtrack for those final, troubled years. Format: CD (1 Disc); Stereo. Country: USA. Studio/Live: StudioPrice: $
  6. Recorded in and , Lady Sings The Blues is a glimpse of late-career Billie Holiday. Well-received by critics at the time, it earned a five-star review in DownBeat. The album was released in conjunction with Holiday's autobiography of the same title which in turn lent its name to the biopic starring Diana Ross.
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  8. Billie Holiday - Lady Sings The Blues music CD album at CD Universe, Kenny Burrell, Wynton Kelley, Charlie Shavers and many other greats joined Billie on these.
  9. That line comes from Billie Holiday's original recording of "Strange Fruit," which was a simmering shot across the bow of racism in America.

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