8 thoughts on “ When Its Sleepy Time Down South - Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra - Last Recording (CD) ”

  1. Last recording. [Billie Holiday] Songs; Billie Holiday with Ray Ellis and his orchestra. Performer(s): Billie Holiday, vocals ; Ray Ellis and his orchestra. () --You took advantage of me () --When it's sleepy time down south () --There'll be some changes made () --'Deed I do ().
  2. This is Billie Holiday's last recording, made in March , a little over a year after "Lady in Satin" was completed. This final studio date with Ray Ellis, who had earlier written the charts for "Lady in Satin," seems to rise out of the doldrums conveyed previously in " Satin."/5(16).
  3. Apr 11,  · Billie Holiday (With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra), alternately titled Last Recording, is the last album Billie Holiday released before here death. After the success of her album, Lady in Satin (), Billie Holiday wanted to record another album with arranger Ray therpvarimevacmunilliliselradic.coinfo: Billie Holiday.
  4. Billie Holiday - Last Recording All of you () Sometimes I'm happy () You took advantage of me () When it's sleepy time down south ()
  5. When It's Sleepy Time Down South: A5: There'll Be Some Changes: A6 'Deed I Do: Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra - Last Recording ‎ (CD, RE) Verve Records, PGP RTB: Sell This Version: E, E Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra: Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra /5(4).
  6. Jul 20,  · Produced by Ray Ellis and featuring his orchestral arrangements, Billie Holiday (later titled Last Recording) was recorded and released in , and would end up being her final studio recording. After the success of her album, Lady in Satin (), Billie Holiday wanted to record another album with arranger Ray Ellis.
  7. Last Recording, originally titled Billie Holiday before her death, is the last album of Billie Holiday released in , five years after the original album titled Billie Holiday was released. [1] [2].
  8. Billie Holiday With Ray Ellis And His Orchestra ‎– Last Recording € After the success of her album, Lady in Satin (), Billie Holiday wanted to record another album with arranger Ray Ellis. Ellis had switched from Columbia to MGM, so Billie switched labels also to avoid breaching her contract with Columbia.

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