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Diana Ross - Lady Sings The Blues download album

  • Performer: Diana Ross
  • Album: Lady Sings The Blues
  • FLAC: 1298 mb | MP3: 1469 mb
  • Released: 1972
  • Country: US
  • Style: Soul-Jazz, Big Band
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Diana Ross - Lady Sings The Blues download album

Diana Ross plays a medley of songs from "Lady Sings The Blues". Lady Sings The Blues. ASCAP, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc.

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Lady Sings the Blues is the soundtrack to the Billie Holiday biopic of the same name, which starred Diana Ross in her screen debut in 1972. The album became Ross' 4th album (eventually selling over 2,000,000 US copies), though the only one as a solo artist, on the . Top 200 Billboard Albums Chart as a solo act, going to on the . Billboard R&B Album Chart, and on the UK Albums Chart. It was certified gold on the UK for sales of over 100,000 copies

Her biggest album as a solo act, Diana Ross forever ended any association with the Supremes after this film. She not only got an Oscar nomination and more roles, she really did capture the spirit and flavor, if not the sound and timbre, of Billie Holiday's music; her performance was the film's only saving grace. Billie Holiday, Herbie Nichols. 3. Baltimore Brothel. 4. Billie Sneaks into Dean & Dean's/Swingin' Uptown. 5. T'Ain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do. Porter Grainger, Everett Robbins.

Stolen Moments: The Lady Sings. Jazz and Blues" is a 1993 live album by Diana Ross released on the Motown label. It sold over 100,000 copies in the USA. The album was recorded at the 975 seat Ritz Theatre in New York City on December 4, 1992

Diana Ross (born Diane Ernestine Earle Ross on 26 March 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, USA) is an American soul, R&B and pop singer and actress. Ross is one of the most successful female artists of her era, both due to her solo work and her role as lead singer of The Supremes during the 1960s. In 1959, Ross was brought to the attention of Milton Jenkins, the manager of the local doo-wop group The Primes, by Mary Wilson. Primes member Paul Williams convinced Jenkins to enlist Ross in the sister group The Primettes, which included Wilson, Florence Ballard and Betty McGlown.

Soundtrack album by Diana Ross. Billie Sneaks Into Dean & Dean's/Swinging Uptown. Big Ben/C. All of Me. The Man I Love. Gardenias from Louis. Cafe Manhattan/Had You Been Around/Love Theme. I Cried For You. Billie & Harry/Don't Explain. Mean to Me. Fine and Mellow. What a Little Moonlight Can Do. Louis Visits Billie on Tour/Love Theme. Cafe Manhattan Party.

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Diana Ross plays a medley of songs from "Lady Sings The Blues". Go head m. oss the boss a true artist showing how capable and comfortable and reverse and the depth of her artistry is,and how as always how smooth her delivery of song is, and it seems to for some reason to make detractors jealous. Because there is no true reason anybody can say with honesty that Diana cannot sing jazz & blues

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A1 The Arrest
A2 Lady Sings The Blues
A3 Baltimore Brothel
A4 Billie Sneaks Into Dean & Dean's
A5 T'ain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do
A6 Big Ben
A7 All Of Me
A8 The Man I Love
A9 Them There Eyes
A10 Gardenias From Louis
A11 Cafe Manhattan
B1 Country Tune
B2 I Cried For You
B3 Billie & Harry
B4 Mean To Me
B5 Fine And Mellow
B6 What A Little Moonlight Can Do
B7 Louis Visits Billie On Tour
B8 Cafe Manhattan Party
B9 T'ain't Nobody's Bizness If I Do
B10 Agent's Office
B11 Love Is Here To Stay (Beg)
C1 Love Is Here To Stay (Concl)
C2 Fine And Mellow
C3 Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
C4 You've Changed
C4 Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Beer
C5 Good Morning Heartache
C6 All Of Me
D1 Love Theme
D2 My Man
D3 Don't Explain
D4 I Cried For You
D5 Strange Fruit
D6 God Bless The Child
D7 Closing Theme

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  • Copyright (c) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Motown Record Corporation
  • Recorded At – MoWest Studios
  • Recorded At – Glen Glenn Sound
  • Manufactured By – Ampex


  • Arranged By – Benny Golson, Gil Askey, Oliver Nelson
  • Arranged By, Conductor – Michel Legrand
  • Bass – Arthur Edwards, Max Bennett, George "Red" Callender*
  • Clarinet, Soprano Saxophone – "Caughey" Roberts*
  • Conductor – Gil Askey
  • Drums – Earl Palmer, Jesse Sailes*
  • Engineer [Engineering And Technical Direction] – Guy Costa
  • Engineer [Glen Glenn] – Dave Docendorf, John Norman
  • Engineer [Glenn Glenn] – Gordon Day
  • Engineer [Mowest] – Art Stewart, Bill MacMeekin*, Cal Harris, Dave Ramsey , Larry Miles, Russ Terrana
  • Executive-Producer – Berry Gordy
  • Guitar, Banjo – John Collins
  • Piano – Chester Lane, Don Abney, Gerald Wiggins
  • Saxophone – William "Buddy" Collette*, Ernie Watts, Georgie Auld, Jack Nimitz, Marshall Royal, Plas Johnson
  • Trombone – George Bohanon, Grover Mitchell, Henry Coker, Jimmy Cleveland, John Ewing, Maurice Spears
  • Trumpet – Albert Aarons*, Bobby Bryant, William "Cat" Anderson*, Harry "Sweets" Edison*, Teddy Buckner


(C)1972 (P)1972 Motown Record Corporation

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M 758-D Diana Ross Lady Sings The Blues (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(2xLP, Album) Motown M 758-D US 1972
M 758 Diana Ross Lady Sings The Blues (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(LP, Album) Motown M 758 Brazil 1972
TMSP 1131, OC 062 ◦ 94175-6 Diana Ross Lady Sings The Blues (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(2xLP, Album) Tamla Motown, Tamla Motown TMSP 1131, OC 062 ◦ 94175-6 UK 1973
530 135-2 Diana Ross Lady Sings The Blues (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(CD, Album, RE) Motown 530 135-2 Europe Unknown
M4-758/2 Diana Ross Lady Sings The Blues (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Dol) Motown M4-758/2 Canada 1980