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
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Скачать Diana Ross - Lady Sings The Blues. And when one says she meaning Diana Ross don't know jazz or some one says she cannot sing jazz & blues you know people hear you speaking even the very musician's that originally has been reported as saying Diana did those songs so well there is or was anyone that could have done those songs any better other than "Lady Day". I believe as most people and the success of "Lady Sings The Blues can attest to that fact and the soundtrack was a smash hit scoring number (1) one the charts.
Lady Sings the Blues is a 1972 American biographical drama film directed by Sidney J. Furie about jazz singer Billie Holiday, loosely based on her 1956 autobiography which, in turn, took its title from one of Holiday's most popular songs. It was produced by Motown Productions for Paramount Pictures. Diana Ross portrayed Holiday, alongside a cast including Billy Dee Williams, Richard Pryor, James T. Callahan, and Scatman Crothers. In 1945 New York City, Billie Holiday is arrested on a drugs charge.
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Diana Ross made her film debut in Lady Sings The Blues in October 1972. The soundtrack became a US No. 1 on Billie Holiday's birthday the following 7 April. The soundtrack album from the movie became Diana’s only US No. 1 solo pop album - aptly, on the chart date that would have been Billie’s 58th birthday, 7 April 1973. The double LP featured Ross singing such gems from the tragic singer’s catalogue as ‘God Bless The Child,’ ‘Strange Fruit’ and the title song. It’s a poignant reminder of Lady Day’s sadly early demise that, when Lady Sings The Blues was released, she had already been gone for some 13 years.
And while these autumnal sides bear some of the frayed vocal moments often heard on Holiday's '50s Verve sides, the majority here still ranks with her best material