Billie Holiday ‎– Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do

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Label:
Columbia Special Products ‎– P4 12969, Columbia Special Products ‎– 90-5652
Series:
Format:
4 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Stereo
Box Set
Country:
US
Released:
1975
Genre:
Jazz, Blues, Pop
Style:
Big Band, Swing

Tracklist

Recorded August 17, 1949
A1 Ain't Nobody's Business If I Do
Alto Saxophone – George Dorsey, Rudy PowellArranged By – Buster HardingBaritone Saxophone – Sol MooreBass – George DuvivierDirected By – Buster HardingDrums – Rossiere "Shadow" Wilson*Ensemble – Buster Harding's OrchestraGuitar – Mundell LowePiano – Horace HendersonTenor Saxophone – Joe Thomas (3), Lester YoungTrombone – Dicky Wells*, George Matthews (2)Trumpet – Buck Clayton, Emmett Berry, Jimmy NottinghamWritten By – E.Robbins/P.Grainger
Recorded March 21, 1941
A2 My Old Flame
Alto Saxophone – Lem DavisBass – John SimmonsDrums – Sidney "Big Sid" Catlett*Ensemble – Eddie Heywood And His OrchestraGuitar – Teddy WaltersPiano – Eddie HeywoodTrombone – Vic DickensonTrumpet – Adolphus "Doc" Cheatham*Written By – A.Johnston/S.Coslow
Recorded July 2, 1935
A3 What A Little Light Can Do
Bass – John KirbyClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – John TrueheartPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – H.Woods
Recorded May 9, 1941
A4 God Bless The Child
Alto Saxophone – Ernie Powell, Jimmy PowellBass – Grachan MoncurDrums – Herbert Cowans*Ensemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Paul Chapman (3)Piano – Eddie HeywoodTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten-By – Holiday*
Recorded July 5, 1939
A5 When You Are Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You
Bass – Walter PageDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrombone – Benny MortonTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – M.Fisher/J.Goodwin/L.Shay
Recorded October 28, 1936
A6 Easy To Love
Bass – John KirbyClarinet – Vido MussoDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrumpet – Irving RandolphWritten-By – Porter*
Recorded April 20, 1939
B1 Yersterday
Bass – John Williams*Drums – Eddie DoughertyEnsemble – Billie Holiday With Orchestra*Guitar – Jimmy McLinPiano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – Kenneth HollonWritten By – O.Harbach/J.Kern
Recorded March 21, 1941
B2 Georgia On My Mind
Alto Saxophone – Eddie Barefield, Leslie JohnakinsBass – Ted SturgisDrums – Kenny ClarkeEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – John Collins (2)Piano – Eddie HeywoodTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Lester "Shad" Collins*Written By – S.Gorrell/H.Carmichael
Recorded October 4, 1944
B3 Lover Man
Alto Saxophone – Hymie Schertzer, Jack CresseyArranged By – Toots Camarata*Bass – Haig StephensDirected By – Toots Camarata*Drums – Johnny BlowersEnsemble – Toots Camarata And His OrchestraGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Dave BowmanTenor Saxophone – Larry Binyon, Paul RicciTrumpet – Russ CaseViolin – Unknown ArtistWritten By – J.Davis/R.Raminez/J.Sherman
Recorded November 19, 1936
B4 I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Bass – John KirbyClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrumpet – Jonah JonesWritten By – D.Fields/J.McHugh
Recorded July 5, 1939
B5 Them There Eyes
Alto Saxophone – Kenneth Hollon, Stanley PayneBass – John Williams*Drums – Eddie DoughertyEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Bernard AddisonPiano – Sonny WhiteTrumpet – Charlie ShaversWritten By – W.Tracey/D.Tauber/M.Pinkard
Recorded July 10, 1936
B6 Billie's Blues (I Love My Man)
Bass – Pete PetersonClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Joe BushkinTrumpet – Bunny BeriganWritten-By – Holiday*
Recorded July 2, 1935
C1 Miss Brown To You
Bass – John KirbyClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – John TrueheartPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – L.Robin/R.Whiting/R.Rainger
Recorded August 7, 1941
C2 Love Me Or Leave Me
Alto Saxophone – Hymie SchertzerBass – John Williams*Clarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDrums – J.C. HeardEnsemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Babe Russin, Jimmy HamiltonTrumpet – Emmett BerryWritten By – G.Kahn/W.Donaldson
Recorded May 9, 1941
C3 Solitude
Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Powell, Lester BooneBass – Grachan MoncurDrums – Herbert Cowans*Ensemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Paul Chapman (3)Piano – Eddie HeywoodTenor Saxophone – Ernie PowellTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – E.DeLange/I.MillsWritten-By – Duke*
Recorded September 13, 1937
C4 He's Funny That Way
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Freddie GreenPiano – Claude ThornhillTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – R.Whiting/N.Moret
Recorded March 21, 1941
C5 All Of Me
Alto Saxophone – Eddie Barefield, Leslie JohnakinsBass – Ted SturgisDrums – Kenny ClarkeEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – John Collins (2)Piano – Eddie HeywoodTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Lester "Shad" Collins*Written By – S.Simons/G.Marks
Recorded August 7, 1941
C6 Gloomy Sunday
Alto Saxophone – Hymie SchertzerBass – John Williams*Clarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDrums – J.C. HeardEnsemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Babe Russin, Jimmy HamiltonTrumpet – Emmett BerryWritten By – S.Lewis/R.Seress
March 21, 1939
D1 Long Gone Blues
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithBass – John Williams*Drums – Eddie DoughertyEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Jimmy McLinPiano – Kenneth Kersey*Soprano Saxophone – Tab SmithTenor Saxophone – Kenneth Hollon, Stanley PayneTrumpet – Oran "Hot Lips" Page*Written-By – Holiday*, Smith*
Recorded November 27, 1933
D2 Your Mother's Son-in-Law
Bass – Artie BernsteinClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Gene KrupaEnsemble – Benny Goodman And His OrchestraGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone – Art KarleTrombone – Jack TeagardenTrumpet – Charlie Teagarden, Shirley ClayWritten By – A.Nichols/M.Holiner
Recorded April 1, 1944
D3 I'll Be Seeing You
Alto Saxophone – Lem DavisBass – John SimmonsDrums – Sidney "Big Sid" Catlett*Ensemble – Eddie Heywood And His OrchestraPiano – Eddie HeywoodTrombone – Vic DickensonTrumpet – Adolphus "Doc" Cheatham*Written By – I.Kahal/S.Fain
Recorded February 29, 1940
D4 Body And Soul
Alto Saxophone – Carl Frye, Jimmy PowellBass – John Williams*Drums – Harold West*Ensemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Lawrence LuciePiano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – Kermit ScottTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – E.Heyman/R.Sour/R.Eyton/J.Green
Recorded January 30, 1939
D5 More Than You Know
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – Milt HintonDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Danny BarkerPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Ernie PowellTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – W.Rose/E.Eliscu/V.Youmans
Recorded July 28, 1958
D6 (Hush Now) Don't Explain
Bass – Jimmy Wood*Drums – Sam WoodyardPiano – Duke EllingtonTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – A.Herzog,Jr.Written-By – Holiday*
Recorded November 8, 1944
E1 Tha Ole Devil Called Love
Alto Saxophone – Jack CresseyArranged By – Toots Camarata*Bass – Haig StephensDirected By – Toots Camarata*Drums – George WettlingEnsemble – Toots Camarata And His OrchestraGuitar – Carl KressPiano – Dave BowmanTenor Saxophone – Dave Harris (2), Larry BinyonTrumpet – Hymie SchertzerViolin – Unknown ArtistWritten By – A.Roberts/D.Fisher
Recorded January 30, 1939
E2 Sugar
Alto Saxophone – Benny CarterBass – Milt HintonDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Danny BarkerPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Ernie PowellTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – M.Pinkard/S.Mitchell
Recorded April 1, 1944
E3 Embraceable You
Alto Saxophone – Lem DavisBass – John SimmonsDrums – Sidney "Big Sid" Catlett*Ensemble – Eddie Heywood And His OrchestraPiano – Eddie HeywoodTrombone – Vic DickensonTrumpet – Adolphus "Doc" Cheatham*Written By – I.Gershwin/G.Gershwin
Recorded November 1, 1937
E4 My Man
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Prince RobinsonDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Prince Robinson, Vido MussoTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – C.Pollock/M.Yvain
Recorded September 13, 1937
E5 Trav'lin' All Alone
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Freddie Greene*Piano – Claude ThornhillTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – J.C.Johnson
Recorded August 7, 1941
E6 I Cover The Waterfront
Alto Saxophone – Hymie SchertzerBass – John Williams*Clarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDrums – J.C. HeardEnsemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Al CaseyPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Babe Russin, Jimmy HamiltonTrumpet – Emmett BerryWritten By – E.Heyman/J.Green
Recorded September 13, 1937
F1 Getting Some Fun Out Of Life
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Freddie Greene*Piano – Claude ThornhillTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – E.Leslie/J.Burke
Recorded May 11, 1937
F2 Mean To Me
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBass – Artie BernsteinClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – R.Turk/F.Ahlert
Recordet October 19, 1949
F3 Crazy He Calls Me
Alto Saxophone – Milt YanerArranged By – Gordon JenkinsBass – Jack LesbergClarinet – John Fulton (3), Milt YanerDirected By – Gordon JenkinsDrums – Norris "Bunny" Shawker*Ensemble – Gordon Jenkins And His OrchestraGuitar – Tony MottolaPiano – Bernie LeightonTenor Saxophone – John Fulton (3)Trumpet – Bobby HackettViolin – Unknown ArtistWritten By – C.Sigman/B.Russell
December 15, 1939
F4 The Man I Love
Alto Saxophone – Earl Warren*, Ronald "Jack" Washington*Baritone Saxophone – Ronald "Jack" Washington*Bass – Walter PageDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Freddie Greene*Piano – Joe SullivanTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck Clayton, Harry "Sweet" Edison*Written By – I.Gershwin/G.Gershwin
Recorded July 31,1935
F5 It's Too Hot For Words
Alto Saxophone – Hilton JeffersonBass – John KirbyClarinet – Cecil ScottDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Lawrence LuciePiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – W.Samuels/L.Whitcup/T.Powell
Recorded January 12, 1938
F6 When A Woman Loves A Man
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Lester YoungDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Freddie Greene*Piano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrombone – Benny MortonTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – B.Hanighen/J.Mercer/G.Jenkins
Recorded April 20, 1939
G1 Strange Fruit
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithBass – John Williams*Drums – Eddie DoughertyEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Jimmy McLinPiano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – Kenneth Hollon, Stanley PayneTrumpet – Frank NewtonWritten By – L.Allan
Recorded July 10, 1936
G2 Summertime
Bass – Pete PetersonClarinet – Artie ShawDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Dick McDonoughPiano – Joe BushkinTrumpet – Bunny BeriganWritten By – D.Heyward/G.Gershwin
Recorded June 30, 1936
G3 I Cried For You
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBaritone Saxophone – Harry CarneyBass – John KirbyBass Clarinet – Harry CarneyDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Pete PetersonPiano – Teddy WilsonTrumpet – Jonah JonesWritten By – A.Freed/G.Arnheim/A.Lyman
Recorded November 3, 1937
G4 I Can't Get Started With You
Alto Saxophone – Earl Warren*, Ronald "Jack" Washington*Baritone Saxophone – Ronald "Jack" Washington*Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Herschel Evans, Lester YoungDrums – Jo JonesGuitar – Eddie Durham, Freddie Greene*Piano – Count BasieTenor Saxophone – Herschel Evans, Lester YoungTrombone – Benny Morton, Dan Minor, Eddie DurhamTrumpet – Bobby Moore (3), Buck Clayton, Ed LewisWritten By – I.Gershwin/V.Duke
Recorded September 12, 1940
G5 I Hear Music
Alto Saxophone – Don RedmanBass – Al HallDrums – Kenny ClarkeEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – John Collins (2)Piano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Don Byas, George Auld*, Jimmy HamiltonTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – F.Loesser/B.Lane
Recorded February 20, 1958
G6 You've Changed
Bass – Milt HintonDrums – Don LamondEnsemble – Ray Ellis And His OrchestraGuitar – Barry GalbraithHarp – Janet PutnamPiano – Mal WaldronReeds – Eddie Powell*, Phil Bodner, Romeo Penque, Tom Parshley*Trombone – J.J. Johnson, Tom Mitchell*, Urbie GreenViolin – Unknown ArtistVoice – Unknown ArtistWritten By – B.Carey/C.FisherXylophone – Bradley Spinney
Recorded April 20, 1939
H1 Fine And Mellow
Alto Saxophone – Tab SmithBass – John Williams*Drums – Eddie DoughertyEnsemble – Billie Holiday With Orchestra*Guitar – Jimmy McLinPiano – Sonny WhiteTenor Saxophone – Kenneth Hollon, Stanley PayneTrumpet – Frank NewtonWritten By – Holiday*
Recorded Mai 11, 1937
H2 I'll Get By
Alto Saxophone – Johnny HodgesBass – Artie BernsteinClarinet – Buster BaileyDrums – William "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Allan ReussPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – R.Turk/F.Ahlert
Recorded February 10, 1942
H3 (It Will Have To Do) Until The Real Thing Comes Along
Alto Saxophone – Hymie SchertzerBass – John Williams*Clarinet – Jimmy HamiltonDrums – J.C. HeardEnsemble – Billie Holiday And Her OrchestraGuitar – Gene FieldsPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Babe RussinTrumpet – Emmett BerryWritten By – S.Cahn/S.Chaplin/L.Freeman/M.Holiner/A.Nichols
Recorded January 6, 1938
H4 I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
Bass – Walter PageDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Freddie Greene*Piano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrombone – Benny MortonTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – C.Gaskill/J.McHugh
Recorded October 25, 1935
H5 If You Were Mine
Bass – John KirbyDrums – Williams "Cozy" Cole*Ensemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Dave BarbourPiano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Leon "Chu" BerryTrombone – Benny MortonTrumpet – Roy EldridgeWritten By – J.Mercer/M.Malneck
Recorded January 25, 1937
H6 Why Was I Born?
Bass – Walter PageClarinet – Benny GoodmanDrums – Jo JonesEnsemble – Teddy Wilson And His OrchestraGuitar – Freddie Greene*Piano – Teddy WilsonTenor Saxophone – Lester YoungTrumpet – Buck ClaytonWritten By – O.Hammerstein II/J.Kern

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