The Quintessence New York - Los Angeles: 1935-1944

The Quintessence New York - Los Angeles: 1935-1944

by Billie Holiday


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The Quintessence New York - Los Angeles: 1935-1944 captures a number of classics recorded by Billie Holiday between 1935 and 1944. These 36 tracks include such standards as "Strange Fruit," "Them There Eyes," "God Bless the Child," and "Lover Man." While the Frémeaux & Associés releases are recommended to casual fans, it would be easier to locate The Ultimate Collection on Hip-O.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/30/2002
Label: Fremeaux & Assoc. Fr
UPC: 3448960220927
catalogNumber: 209

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Billie Holiday   Primary Artist,Vocals
Henry "Red" Allen   Trumpet
Buster Bailey   Clarinet
Bunny Berigan   Trumpet
Buck Clayton   Trumpet
Harry Edison   Trumpet
Roy Eldridge   Trumpet
Benny Goodman   Clarinet
Freddie Green   Guitar
Johnny Hodges   Alto Saxophone
Jo Jones   Drums
Jonah Jones   Trumpet
John Kirby   Bass
Artie Shaw   Clarinet
Tab Smith   Alto Saxophone
Claude Thornhill   Piano
Ben Webster   Tenor Saxophone
Paul Whiteman   Leader
Charlie Shavers   Trumpet
Cootie Williams   Trumpet
Lester Young   Tenor Saxophone
Joe Bushkin   Piano
Irving Fazola   Clarinet
Carl Kress   Guitar
Vido Musso   Tenor Saxophone
Frankie Newton   Trumpet
Edgar Sampson   Reeds
Joe Sullivan   Piano
George Wettling   Drums
Grachan Moncur   Bass
Willie Rodriguez   Drums
Buddy Weed   Piano
Artie Bernstein   Bass
Larry Binyon   Reeds
Johnny Blowers   Drums
Lester Boone   Alto Saxophone
Toots Camarata   Leader
Harry Carney   Baritone
Russ Case   Trumpet
Big Sid Catlett   Drums
Paul Chapman   Guitar
Doc Cheatham   Trumpet
Lem Davis   Alto Saxophone
Vic Dickenson   Trombone
Eddie Dougherty   Drums
Carl Frye   Alto Saxophone
Clyde Hart   Piano
Lawrence Lucie   Guitar
Murray McEachern   Trombone
Allan Reuss   Guitar
Hymie Schertzer   Reeds
Cecil Scott   Reeds
Kermit Scott   Tenor Saxophone
Artie Shapiro   Bass
John Trueheart   Guitar
Teddy Walters   Guitar
Earle Warren   Alto Saxophone
Jack Washington   Baritone
Harold "Doc" West   Drums
Sonny White   Piano
Paul Ricci   Reeds
William Coles   Drums,Vocals
Kenneth Hollon   Tenor Saxophone
Dick McDonough   Guitar
Larry Neill   Trumpet
Alain Gerber   Musical Direction
Mike Pingatore   Guitar
Monty Kelly   Trumpet
Skip Layton   Trombone
Pete Peterson   Bass
Jimmy McLin   Guitar
Ernie Powell   Tenor Saxophone
Haig Stephens   Bass
Stanley Payne   Tenor Saxophone
John "Buddy" Williams   Bass
Don Waddilove   Trumpet

Technical Credits

George Gershwin   Composer
Irving Berlin   Composer
Claude Thornhill   Composer
Jimmy Mundy   Arranger
Jimmy McHugh   Composer
Harold Arlen   Composer
David A. Silver   Composer
Dorothy Parker   Composer
Jerome Kern   Composer
Fred E. Ahlert   Composer
Billie Holiday   Composer
Toots Camarata   Arranger
Howard Dietz   Composer
Walter Donaldson   Composer
Duke Ellington   Composer
Sammy Fain   Composer
Dorothy Fields   Composer
Arthur Freed   Composer
Ira Gershwin   Composer
Haven Gillespie   Composer
Bud Green   Composer
Johnny Green   Composer
Oscar Hammerstein   Composer
Arthur Herzog   Composer
Edward Heyman   Composer
Irving Kahal   Composer
Burton Lane   Composer
Johnny Mercer   Composer
D.D. Parker   Composer
Roger "Ram" Ramirez   Composer
Ralph Rainger   Composer
Leo Robin   Composer
B. Russell   Composer
Stillman   Composer
Roy Turk   Composer
Ronnie Ingraham   Composer
Don Waterhouse   Liner Notes,English Translations
Alain Gerber   Liner Notes,Text
Jimmy Sherman   Composer
Arthur Johnston   Composer
Patrick Frémeaux   Producer
DuBose Heyward   Composer
Sam Coslow   Composer
Ted Koehler   Composer
Robert Sour   Composer
Frank Eyton   Composer
Maceo Pinkard   Composer
Harry Woods   Composer
Harry Link   Composer
Jack Strachey   Composer
Doris Fisher   Composer
Holt Marvell   Composer
Doris Tauber   Composer
Harry Tobias   Composer
William Tracey   Composer
A. Sherman   Composer
James Mundy   Composer
L. Allen   Composer
Jimmy Davis   Composer
Allan Roberts   Composer
Claude Colombini   Producer,Marketing Coordinator

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