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Billie Holiday performing circa 1956-59, nearing the close of her career and the end of her life.

hauntedbystorytelling: “ John Vachon :: Billie Holiday, with Teddy Wilson at the piano and Milt Hinton on bass, at the Newport Jazz Festival, July 1954 [for Look magazine] / src and hi-res: Shorpy ”

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"The Very Thought of You."  Written by Ray Noble, 1934.  According to music writer Chris Tyle, this is "one of the most oft-played tunes of the '30s and '40s."  A variety of artists have recorded versions of this song, including Bing Crosby, Billie Holiday, Howard Arlen and Bucky Pizzarelli and Roy Hargrove.

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While Billie Holiday’s short life was filled with hardship, Jerry Dantzic documented not the tragic torch singer of myth but a middle-aged woman finding simple comforts from the maelstrom.

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Billie Holiday

"Lady Day" Billie Holiday (born Eleanora Fagan, April 1915 -- July was an American jazz singer and songwriter. Nicknamed "Lady Day" by her frien.

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Billie Holiday.  Gardenia's in the hair.

Strange Fruit”, the song about black lynching in the south made famous by blues singer Billie Holiday, was originally a poem written by Abel Meeropol, a Jewish schoolteacher from the Bronx.

Billie Holiday at the Olympia Theatre, Paris, November 1958

vintagegal: “ Billie Holiday at the Olympia Theatre, Paris, November 1958 (via) ”

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