Ella Fitzgerald - Early Ella - Great Ballads By Ella Fitzgerald download mp3 album
Ella is a 1969 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald and the first of two albums she recorded for the Warner Bros. This album continues the theme set on Fitzgerald's previous album, consisting in the main part of cover versions of popular songs from the late 1960s. The production of this recording was in the hands of Richard Perry, who had joined the Reprise label in 1967. Perry later went on the produce albums by Barbra Streisand and Diana Ross
Gold is a two-disc compilation album by Ella Fitzgerald that was released on the Verve Records label in 2007. The 40 tracks span Fitzgerald's career from 1938 to 1964. Disc One: The Decca Years. Disc Two: The Verve Years. The first disc contains material originally released by Decca Records; the second is taken from Verve releases. The 40 tracks were recorded between May 1938 and October 1964.
Fitzgerald’s Song Book recordings, widely considered her greatest achievement and a cornerstone of 20th century recorded popular music, are the focal point for the Great American Songbook Foundation’s recently opened exhibit, Ella Sings The Songbook
Ella Fitzgerald by Mathew Bahl, published on October 15, 2015 at All About Jazz. Find more Building a Jazz Library articles. Finally, in the early 1970s, Norman Granz formed Pablo Records. During her Pablo Years (1973-1989), Ella returned to recording classic standards in the company of great jazz musicians. During the last fifteen years of her career, age and declining health slowly eroded Fitzgerald's remarkable vocal abilities. With the endless compilations and bootleg albums floating around, navigating Fitzgerald's discography can be difficult. Ella's most famous live album. While her unforgettable memory lapse on "Mack the Knife" remains a classic moment, the balance of the CD more than holds it own. Fitzgerald propels the swingers forward with irresistible force and caresses several beautiful ballads with her inimitable voice.
ELLA FITZGERALD - Ballads. Boxset, Compilation · 2003. Filed under Vocal Jazz By ELLA FITZGERALD.
No one can accuse Ella Fitzgerald of having a short career; the singer was only 18 when she started recording in 1935, and she was 69 when she recorded her final album, All That Jazz, in 1989. Early Ella: 1935-1940 takes us back to the dawn of Fitzgerald's recording career - a time when she still had some growing and developing to do and her singing was still a bit nasal. It wasn't until the mid-'40s that she really blossomed as a vocalist
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|I Hadn't Anyone Till You|
|Do You Really Love Me?|
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|Even As You And I|
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|S-21.395||Ella Fitzgerald||Lo Mejor De Ella Fitzgerald Vol. III (LP, Comp)||MCA Records||S-21.395||Spain||1971|
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