1. It was a Japanese import on so-called virgin vinyl, the best of the lot back then. Then I waited and waited and waited for it to come out on CD. I had almost thought I was waiting in vain. My mother gave me a CD called Lady Sings The Blues back in the 90s, which had the same cover, but turned out to be vol. 4 in the Billie Holiday Story/5(30).
  2. Lady Sings the Blues is an album by American jazz vocalist Billie Holiday released in December It was Holiday's last album released on Clef Records; the following year, the label would be absorbed by Verve Records. Lady Sings the Blues was taken from sessions taped during and It was released simultaneously with her ghostwritten autobiography of the same name.
  3. 3. Cry Me a River - Julie London 4. Call Me Irresponsible - Dinah Washington 5. I Never Loved a Man - The Commitments (vocal by Marcia Doyle) 6. Help Me Make It Through the Night - Gladys Knight & The Pips 7. Today I Sing the Blues - Aretha Franklin 8. I'd Rather Go Blind - Ruby Turner 9. Basin Street Blues - Ela Fitzgerald Black Coffee /5(4).
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  5. Lady Sings the Blues may refer to: "Lady Sings the Blues" (song), a song by Billie Holiday Lady Sings the Blues (Billie Holiday album), a album by Billie Holiday; Lady Sings the Blues (Rebecca Ferguson album), a album by Rebecca Ferguson, consisting of cover versions of Holliday songs; Lady Sings the Blues, a autobiography by Billie Holiday.
  6. No doubt influenced by the blockbuster commercial success of Norah Jones during (and her subsequent Grammy knockout in ), Capitol trawled through its considerable vaults to put together a two-disc collection of downbeat vocal jazz by females. Though it lacks an elegant booklet (with a Will Friedwald liner-note essay, perhaps?), everything else about Lady Sings the Blues is impressive.
  7. Taken from a pair of sessions taped during , Lady Sings the Blues finds Holiday in top form and backed by the sympathetic likes of tenor saxophonist Paul Quinichette, trumpeters Charlie Shavers and Harry Edison, pianist Wynton Kelly, and guitarists Kenny Burrell and Barney Kessel.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Lady Sings the Blues [Original Soundtrack] - Diana Ross on AllMusic - - Her biggest album as a solo act, Diana Ross.

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