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13 Films That Made '80s Kids Fall In Love With Music And Dance

Billie Holiday - I´ll be seeing you ☄ The Notebook ☛ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0332280/

Billie Holiday - Given the title “First Lady of the Blues” she was widely considered to be the greatest and most expressive jazz singer of all time. Despite her early death at her unique voice and style helped define the jazz era.

Billie Holiday c. 1950s  Big up to the Queen.

The legendary BILLIE “Lady Day” HOLIDAY Her unique way with a tune inspired singers from Frank Sinatra to Nora Jones.

Billie se met en lumière.

Billie Holiday, like all great artists, is as distinctive, as idiosyncratic, as original off-stage and off-mike as on. Photograph by Charles Hewitt / LIFE / Getty

I remember when I used to dance with the girl I fell in love with like this. "I'll be seeing you." -Billie Holiday

Where’s the ‘mance?

Billie Holiday, c. 1957

Billie Holiday, c. 1957 - Holiday had a seminal influence on jazz and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo.

Swing Jazz Dance Music Guidelines; From 1935 onwards, everyone in America was listening to big band and swing music. Of course, the Harlem renaissance also took place during the first half of the 1930s. You can mix up your big band jazz with recordings from singers like Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald, who made their debuts during this decade. That way you'll have some fun dance music and some hot jazz.

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espantajerias:Billie Holiday and her two chihuahuas, Chiquita and Pepe.

Billie Holiday with her two chihuahuas, Chiquita and Pepe; the latter of whom was reportedly given to Billie by Ava Gardner.

Billie Holiday, early 1950s - Photo Phil Stern                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Print pattern in dress is reflective of endogenous Africa. She was photographed with African motif earrings and head turbans.