When did Billie Holiday record night and day?
Album Night And Day
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Who first recorded all of me?
Truly a Towering Song, “All Of Me,” first introduced by the singing star Belle Baker, was recorded by Frank Sinatra four different times, each time with a different interpretation.
When did all of me come out?
All Of Me/Released
Who wrote all of me sung by Billie Holiday?
All of Me/Composers
Composition and characteristics Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons wrote the words and music of “All of Me” in 1931. It has an ABAC structure, and is written in the key of B-flat major. There is a 20-bar introductory verse, but this is routinely omitted.
Was Billie Holiday denied medical care?
Despite being sick and put on the hospital’s critical list (she was later removed), Holiday was denied access to vital medical treatment. Her friends couldn’t see her. She died alone, written off as a long-suffering addict who passed away due to the side effects of her lifestyle.
Who inherited Billie Holiday’s estate?
And when McKay died of a heart attack in 1981, Holiday’s estate went to his heirs, including his widow, Bernice McKay, who in 2012 sold it to the independent publisher Bicycle Music — which three years later merged with Concord Music Group.
Who sang all alone?
All By Myself/Artists
How old is John Legend now?
42 years (December 28, 1978)
Who is John Legend married to?
Chrissy Teigenm. 2013
When did Billie Holiday Sing all of Me?
In the view of critic Ted Gioia, the definitive version was sung by Billie Holiday in 1941: “she staked a claim of ownership that no one has managed to dislodge in subsequent years”. Two years later, Lynne Sherman’s recording with Count Basie and His Orchestra reached No. 14 in the charts.
What kind of records did Billie Holiday make?
Many of Holiday’s recordings were released on 78-rpm records, before the advent of long-playing vinyl records, and only Clef, Verve, and Columbia issued Holiday albums during her lifetime that were not compilations of previously released material.
When was the song All of Me written?
“All of Me” is a popular song and jazz standard written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons in 1931.
When did Willie Nelson sing all of Me?
Sinatra’s use of “All of Me” brought a non-jazz audience to the song, and so too did Willie Nelson, whose version was included in his Stardust album and reached No. 3 on the Hot Country Songs chart in 1978. In 2000, “All of Me” was given the Towering Song Award by the Songwriters Hall of Fame.