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There is no end in sight to the debate over Billie Holiday's career as a vocalist: Is the essence of her art to be found in her early recordings for Columbia or in the recordings she made for Verve at the end of her short and, by all accounts, miserable life? The early work finds her in clearer voice and singing with energy and conviction, while in the later recordings her voice is ravaged, yet more soulful and perhaps more nuanced. In 1992 Verve made its case for the latter position by releasing a monumental ten-disc box set containing everything Holiday recorded for the company between 1945-1959, and simultaneously released this 16-track sampler as a palliative to those who didn't have 150 dollars lying around. Nothing here will settle the argument for good, but this album does offer a good cross section of the latter part of her career, from the small-ensemble work with pianists Oscar Peterson and Jimmy Rowles to a nice performance of "All the Way" with an orchestra conducted by Ray Ellis. This probably should not be anyone's only Billie Holiday album, but it's a valuable, and at times moving, document of the end of a sad but illustrious career.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 07 de abril de 1915 en Baltimore, MD

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '30s, '40s, '50s

La primera cantante de jazz popular que conmovió al público con el intenso sentimiento personal del blues clásico, Billie Holiday, cambió el arte de la voz estadounidense del pop para siempre. Es difícil creer que antes de su surgimiento, los cantantes de jazz y pop estaban atados a la tradición del Tin Pan Alley y raramente personalizaban sus canciones; sólo los cantantes de blues como Bessie Smith y Ma Rainey daban la impresión de haber vivido lo que estaban cantando. Holiday revolucionó el pop...
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