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Two of the most influential jazz musicians ever were Billie Holiday and John Coltrane. Each are known for unique contributions in style, pushing the envelope, and ultimately setting a standard by which performers are measured today, even though decades have passed after their respective departures from Hotel Earth. In this hour, we will sample a small fraction of their recorded output from these two jazz icons.
|Gil Scott-Heron||Lady Day & John Coltrane||The Revolution Will Not Be Televised|
|Billie Holiday||What a Little Moonlight Can Do||Ken Burns Jazz|
|Sugar||Lady Day: the Best of Billie Holiday|
|A Fine Romance||Lady Day: the Complete Billie Holiday
on Columbia 1933-1944
|Nice Work If You Can Get It||Lady in Autumn : Billie Holiday|
|Fine and Mellow||Ken Burns Jazz|
|John Coltrane & Red Garland||Theme for Ernie||Soultrane|
|Slow Dance||John Coltrane with the Red Garland Trio|
|John Coltrane & Milt Jackson||Three Little Words||Bags and Trane|
|John Coltrane||Impressions||Selections From Both Directions at Once:
the Lost Album
|Giant Steps||Giant Steps|