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Wonderful.....Billie Holiday (Strange Fruit)

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01
Billie's Blues
Artist: Billie Holiday With Jatp All Stars
3:38  
02
All of You
Artist: Billie Holiday, Ray Ellis & his Orchestra
2:34  
03
I'm a Fool to Want You
Artist: Billie Holiday with The Ray Ellis and His Orchestra
3:25  
04
Love for Sale
Artist: Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra
3:00  
05
It's Easy to Remember
Artist: Billie Holiday with The Ray Ellis and His Orchestra
4:03  
06
Glad to Be Unhappy
Artist: Billie Holiday with The Ray Ellis and His Orchestra
4:10  
07
Stormy Weather
3:44  
08
A Foggy Day
4:43  
09
Body and Soul
Artist: Billie Holiday With Jatp All Stars
3:21  
10
Violets for Your Furs
Artist: Billie Holiday with The Ray Ellis and His Orchestra
3:26  
11
The Man I Love
Artist: Billie Holiday With Jatp All Stars
3:04  
12
Come Rain or Come Shine
Artist: Billie Holiday & Her Orchestra
4:22  
13
Strange Fruit
Artist: Billie Holiday With Jatp All Stars
2:53  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 46:23

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