Amblique - God Bless The children flac album
Title: God Bless The children
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God Bless the Child" is a song written by Billie Holiday and Arthur Herzog, Jr. in 1939. It was first recorded on May 9, 1941 and released by the Okeh Records in 1942. Holiday's version of the song was honored with the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1976. It was also included in the list of Songs of the Century, by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Album Sweet Bitter Love. God Bless The Child Lyrics. Them that's god shall get Them that's not shall lose So the bible says And it still is news. Momma may have Poppa may have God bless the child That's got his own That's got his own. Well, the strong gets more While the weak ones fade Empty pockets don't Ever make the grade.
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Billie Holiday’s original 1941 version of God Bless the Child is a timeless recording and a necessary starting point when exploring the song. Her more intimate 1956 version (Lady in Autumn) is also noteworthy and achingly beautiful. Among instrumental versions, Sonny Rollins’ recording from 1962 (The Bridge) is well-loved and manages to match the emotional intimacy of Holiday. t Eric Dolphy’s unusual, unaccompanied, live performance from 1951 of God Bless the Child features him on bass clarinet, an instrument rarely used in jazz. God Bless The Child was first recorded by Lady on May 9, 1941 under the Okeh label. Fine and Mellow Lady Sings The Blues.
The song inspired a children's picture book, God Bless the Child, which was published by Harper Collins in 2004. Blood, Sweat & Tears recorded this for their 1969 self-titled album, which won the Grammy for Album of the Year. In our interview with David Clayton-Thomas, who sang lead on the track, he explained that covering the song was not a popular decision, since it was so associated with Billie Holiday and considered a black anthem. The band knew they had to do a very different version of the song if it was going to work, so they changed the melody and added horns. The band performed the song at their Woodstock appearance; the album that included the track was when the festival started. More songs from Billie Holiday. More songs that inspired books.
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