℗ 1956 The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
 

Recital

Billie Holiday

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1
If The Moon Turns Green
Billie Holiday
2:48
2
Remember
Billie Holiday
2:37
3
Autumn In New York
Billie Holiday
3:44
4
My Man
Billie Holiday
2:37
5
Lover, Come Back To Me
Billie Holiday
3:35
6
Stormy Weather
Billie Holiday
3:43
7
Yesterdays
Billie Holiday
2:51
8
He's Funny That Way
Billie Holiday
3:12
9
I Can't Face The Music
Billie Holiday
3:15
10
How Deep Is The Ocean?
Billie Holiday
3:00
11
What A Little Moonlight Can Do
Billie Holiday
3:14
12
I Cried For You
Billie Holiday
2:27
Total Playing Time    37:03
"... an excellent sampler."
- Encyclopedia of Popular Music

Recital is a compilation of recordings Billie Holiday made in 1952 and 1954 in New York City with some impressive musicians, among them Oscar Peterson. The material largely consists of songs from 1921 to 1935, many taken from the Great American Songbook.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – The Verve Music Group Studio Masters

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