Abbey Lincoln - Abbey Sings Billie album flac
Album · 2001 · 17 Songs. More By Abbey Lincoln. See All. Abbey Sings Abbey.
Anna Marie Wooldridge (August 6, 1930 – August 14, 2010), known by her stage name Abbey Lincoln, was an African-American jazz vocalist, songwriter, and actress, who wrote and performed her own compositions. She was a civil rights advocate and activist from the 1960s on. Lincoln made a career not only out of delivering deeply felt presentations of standards but writing and singing her own material as well.
By: Abbey Lincoln (1989, Jazz). More albums from Abbey Lincoln: You Gotta Pay The Band by Abbey Lincoln. Devil’s Got Your Tongue by Abbey Lincoln. When There Is Love by Abbey Lincoln. Straight Ahead by Abbey Lincoln. People In Me by Abbey Lincoln. It’s Magic by Abbey Lincoln. A Turtle’s Dream by Abbey Lincoln. Abbey Is Blue by Abbey Lincoln. View all albums . Abbey Sings Billie. By: Abbey Lincoln (1989, Jazz). 1. What A Little Moonlight Can Do.
Album by Abbey Lincoln. Disc 1. I Only Have Eyes for You. Gloomy Sunday. Crazy He Calls Me. Strange Fruit. Lover Man. These Foolish Things. I'll Be Seeing You. Soul Eyes. Disc 2. Gimme a Pigfoot. Please Don't Talk About Me (When I'm Gone).
BPM Profile Abbey Sings Billie. Album starts at 106BPM, ends at 68BPM (-38), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Abbey Lincoln. Through the Years: 1956-2007.
Listen free to Abbey Lincoln – Abbey Sings Billie (What a Little Moonlight Can Do, I Only Have Eyes for You and more). The album was recorded live at Universal Jazz Coalition, NYC, November 6th & 7th, 1987. Abbey said: "I wanted to just say thank you to Billie with this album, because I can't imagine what it would have been for me if she hadn't been there" Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Abbey Sings Billie, Volume 2 Tracklist. Gimme A Pigfoot Lyrics.
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Finally, the two halves of Abbey Lincoln's two-day, Billie Holiday tribute recording sessions are complete in one set. Originally issued separately, the November 1987 dates features Ms. Lincoln accompanied by drummer Mark Johnson, bassist Tarik Shah, Harold Vick on tenor, and pianist James Weidman. These are two of the singer's finest recordings and, if not groundbreaking, are certainly soul-stirring and aesthetically definitive.
|What A Little Moonlight Can Do|
|I Only Have Eyes For You|
|Crazy He Calls Me|
|These Foolish Things|
|I'll Be Seeing You|
|6012||Abbey Lincoln||Abbey Sings Billie (LP)||Enja Records||6012||Germany||1989|
|R4 79633||Abbey Lincoln||Abbey Sings Billie (Live! At The U.J.C Volume 1) (Cass, Album, Dol)||Enja Records||R4 79633||US||1989|
|CD 6012-65||Abbey Lincoln||Abbey Sings Billie - A Tribute To Billie Holiday - Live! At The U.J.C. Volume 1 (CD, Album)||Enja Records||CD 6012-65||Germany||1989|
|R2 79633||Abbey Lincoln||Abbey Sings Billie (CD, Album)||Enja Records||R2 79633||US||1989|