Billie Holiday - Bitter Fruit mp3 album
Title: Bitter Fruit
Size MP3: 1855 mb
Size FLAC: 1708 mb
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Produced by Barney Josephson. Album Jazz at the Philharmonic. Strange Fruit Lyrics. Southern trees bear a strange fruit Blood on the leaves and blood at the root Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees. About Strange Fruit. This song, written by Abel Meeropol and performed by many artists (but most notably, Billie Holiday and Nina Simone,) is a dark and profound song about the lynching of African Americans in the Southern United States during the Jim Crow Era. In the lyrics, black victims are portrayed as strange fruit, as they hang from trees, rotting in the sun, blowing in the wind, and becoming food for crows upon being burned. It was a protest song that Billie Holiday very bravely performed under grave threats and at high personal cost.
Billie Holiday ( MG C-161) is the third 10 inch LP album of original material by jazz singer Billie Holiday, released on Clef Records in 1954 (her final album would also be given the same title, prior to being changed to Last Recording instead). The recordings took place in 1952 and 1954. Holiday never entered the recording studio in 1953.
Here is a strange and bitter crop.
Strange Fruit is a song performed most famously by Billie Holiday, who first sang and recorded it in 1939. Written by a white, Jewish high school teacher from the Bronx and a member of the Communist Party, Abel Meeropol wrote it as a protest poem, exposing American racism, particularly the lynching of African Americans. Such lynchings had occurred chiefly in the South but also in other regions of the United States. Meeropol set it to music and with his wife and the singer Laura Duncan, performed it as a protest song in New York venues, including at Madison Square Garden
Autore: Billie Holiday Album: Bitter Fruit Genere: Jazz Anno: 2004 Dimensione: 230 MB N° dischi: 1 Fonte: CD Originale Tracce: 13. TRACKLIST. 1 Summertime . 2 2 Strange Fruit . 8 3 Yesterdays . 1 4 I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues . 4 5 The Man I Love . 0 6 On The Sunny Side Of The Street . 8 7 Lover Come Back To Me . 7 8 Lover Man . 9 9 Solitude . 8 10 God Bless The Child. 6 11 Billie's Blues (I Love My Man) 1. 7 12 One For My Baby . 5 13 Fine And Mellow . 6. Files: 11 - Billie Holiday - Billie's Blues (I Love My Man)
Billie Holiday - Strange Fruit from seres on Vimeo. Southern trees bear a strange fruit, Blood on the leaves and blood at the root, Black body swinging in the Southern breeze, Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees. Billie Holiday, who was only 24 years old in 1939, had enough experience with racism by that time to call herself "a race woman. But while hard knocks helped her infuse a unique mixture of resilience, defiance, and shrewdness into the often banal lyrics she sang, they had never influenced her choice of material, at least not until "Strange Fruit" came along. Like Wilson, Dee Dee Bridgewater, whose album Dear Ella won two Grammy's this year, first heard "Strange Fruit" while in her 20s. She, too, was profoundly moved by it; she, too, balked at singing it herself. But when she portrayed Holiday in a one-woman show in the mid-1980s, she had no choice.
Album · 2012 · 15 Songs. Trav'lin Light (Remastered). Billie Holiday & Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. 15. That Ole Devil Called Love (Remastered). 15 Songs, 46 Minutes. Released: 30 Apr 2012.
Written-By – Billie Holiday. Art Direction, Design – Richard Mantel. Bass – John Simmons (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, A7, B2, B3, B5 to B8), John Williams (tracks: A5, A8, B1, B4). Coordinator – Michael Cuscuna. Photography By – Skippy Adelman. Photography By – Photo File. Photography By – Culver Pictures. Photography By – Charles Peterson (5), Jack Bradley. Piano – Eddie Heywood (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, A7, B2, B3, B5 to B8), Sonny White (tracks: A5, A8, B1, B4). Producer – Milt Gabler.
What's the meaning behind "Strange Fruit" by Billie Holiday? The song has simple lyrics that carry a huge strength and haunt you even when the song is over. First recorded by the famous jazz singer Billie Holiday, ‘Strange Fruit’ is a song about the lynching of black people in the American South in the first half of the 20th Century. by Virginia Vigliar 29/10/2014. First recorded by the famous jazz singer Billie Holiday, ‘Strange Fruit’ is a song about the lynching of black people in Southern America in the first half of the 20th Century. It was first written as a poem by teacher Abel Meerpol and was then was published in 1937