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February 03, 2009


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Wow, what a superb article! Now there's an idea for a book. You could gather all your articles on singers and publish them (listem to me, like it's so easy, lol) You really have a love and interest in the subjects, it shows in your writing and your knowledge of them. And they always say, write about what you know.


Loved this. I read a great book on Billie Holiday by I believe Stuart Nicholson and one by Donald Clark. Billie, she really was a kool lady really funky get down style chick. Great blog ( as always!)


I've been nursing an obsession with Billie Holiday for some time and always knew that she was especially fabulous. On reading this I'm just even more delighted with all of her fabulousness and the total woman she was. Where on earth did you find this material? I'm jealous because I didn't think there was much on Billie that I didn't have. Do tell.

S.Rochelle Johnson

Great blog...dark interracial lesbian affair...i likes ;-)


I thought it was Bankhead who said "Codeine and Bourbon."

MJ Ivory

Look up the Bankhead family of Alabama & Georgia. Particular while they were in residence in Jasper, AL. My father remember playing ina band at Tallulah's debutant ball/party in Jasper. My dad was an alto/soprano sax player (once with the Erskine Hawkins Band) out Birmingham. He was born in Birmingham in 1901,....and was already in his early 40's when I was born. - MJi,sf,ca


Very informative; certainly allows one's imagination to run wild with possibilities. Great article and commentary - one which affords the reader the opportunity to draw one's own conclusion. Well done, indeed!

Salima MaSud


I keep reading the letter Billie wrote, over and over!

Salima MaSud

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