Top Billy Eckstine Albums
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The Legend Collection: Billy Eckstine
The Legend Collection: Billy Eckstine
[2014]
If I Loved You
If I Loved You
[2014]
Keep the Magic Working
Keep the Magic Working
[2014]
Broadway (feat. Hal Mooney & His Orchestra)
Broadway (feat. Hal Mooney & His Orchestra)
[2013]
Don't Worry 'Bout Me / Broadway Bongos and Mr.
Don't Worry 'Bout Me / Broadway Bongos and Mr. "B"
[2013]
12 Great Movies
12 Great Movies
[2013]
Small Wonders (feat. Buddy Baker and His Orchestra, Russ Case and His Orchestra & Sarah Vaughan)
Small Wonders (feat. Buddy Baker and His Orchestra, Russ Case and His Orchestra & Sarah Vaughan)
[2013]
Easter Parade
Easter Parade
[2013]
Body and Soul
Body and Soul
[2011]
Prelude to a Kiss
Prelude to a Kiss
[2008]
Prisoner of Love
Prisoner of Love
[2008]
Savoy Jazz Super - EP
Savoy Jazz Super - EP
[2007]
Mr. B's Legendary Orchestra, Vol. 4
Mr. B's Legendary Orchestra, Vol. 4
[2007]
Mr. B's Legendary Orchestra Volume 3
Mr. B's Legendary Orchestra Volume 3
[2007]
Airmail Special
Airmail Special
[2007]
Misty
Misty
[2006]
Prisoner of Love - The Romantic Billy Eckstine
Prisoner of Love - The Romantic Billy Eckstine
[2006]
Love Songs
Love Songs
[2004]
Kiss of Fire
Kiss of Fire
[2003]
The Legendary Big Band
The Legendary Big Band
[2002]
Now Singing in 12 Great Movies
Now Singing in 12 Great Movies
[2002]
Complete Savoy Recordings
Complete Savoy Recordings
[2001]
1946-1947
1946-1947
[1998]
Once More With Feeling
Once More With Feeling
[1997]
Billy's Best
Billy's Best
[1995]
Jazz 'round Midnight: Billy Eckstine
Jazz 'round Midnight: Billy Eckstine
[1994]
Verve Jazz Masters, Vol. 22: Billy Eckstine
Verve Jazz Masters, Vol. 22: Billy Eckstine
[1994]
No Cover No Minimum
No Cover No Minimum
[1960]
Imagination
Imagination
[1958]
Related Information for Billy EckstineBilly Eckstine (8 July 1914 – 8 March 1993), born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA as William Clarence Eckstein. He changed the spelling to Eckstine after a club owner said the original spelling was “too Jewish”.Eckstine was an American jazz singer and bandleader who also played trumpet, valve trombone, and guitar. He also performed briefly as Billy X. Stine. His nickname was Mr. B. read more