8 thoughts on “ Lets Call The Whole Thing Off (1937) - Billie Holiday - Billie Holiday (CD) ”

  1. " Let's Call the Whole Thing Off " is a song written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin for the film Shall We Dance, where it was introduced by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers as part of a celebrated dance duet on roller skates. The music sheet is annotated with the word "Brightly".Genre: Traditional pop.
  2. En los hermanos George y Ira Gershwin compusieron Let's call the whole thing off para la película Ritmo loco (Shall we dance) protagonizada por los actores bailarines Fred Astaire y Ginger Rogers. El tema fue un éxito y ha sido versionado, entre otros, por Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday y también por el gran Louis Armstrong.
  3. The legendary Billie Holiday was a vocalist with Basie for a short stint (–38), although she was unable to record with the band because of her contract with another record label; mostly, vocals were handled by Jimmy Rushing, one of the most renowned “blues bawlers.” The rhythm.
  4. Let's Call the Whole Thing Off" appears on many Billie Holiday albums in two studio versions: The album just above, comprised of the last five studio sessions Holiday did for Verve, has the version with musicians such as Roy Eldridge, Sweets Edison, Ben Webster, and Barney Kessel.
  5. They Can't Take That Away From Me / Let's Call the Whole Thing Off. • Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra. 1. You Go to My Head / The Moon Looks Down and Laughs. • Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra. 1. The Very Thought of You / I Can't Get Started.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Billie Holiday () - Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra on AllMusic - - Two things stand out in these early recordings.
  7. The upper list of songs by Billie Holiday may be not complete. Songstube is against piracy and promotes safe and legal music downloading on Amazon. Music and lyrics on this site are for the sole use of educational reference and are the property of respective authors, artists and labels.

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