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  1. The likes of: Summertime, The Man I Love, But Not For Me, Someone to Watch Over Me, Oh Lady Be Good, They Can’t Take That Away From Me & Nice Work if You Can get it are all such great songs. You also get the likes of Fitzgerald, Holiday, Vaughan, Larry Adler, Sinatra, Elvis Costello, Elton John and rather surprisingly Des O’Conner! All in /5(81).
  2. First you have to like Gershwin music then love to listen to the singers of way old. The sounds is good for the most part but it hard to clean up old, old records, that are of archive quality and permission to use them from record companies and families of deceased singers/5(57).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Newport Jazz Festival Live At Carnegie Hall on Discogs/5(3).
  4. Nice Work If You Can Get It: K3 – Mel Tormé: When The Sun Comes Out: K4 – Mel Tormé: One Morning In May: K5 – Kay Starr: You're Driving Me Crazy: K6 – Lena Horne: Just One Of Those Things: K7 – Teddi King: You Don't Know What Love Is: K8 – Teddi King: My Future Just Passed: L1 – Elaine Stritch: Easy Street: L2 – Mabel Mercer 4/5(5).
  5. First you have to like Gershwin music then love to listen to the singers of way old. The sounds is good for the most part but it hard to clean up old, old records, that are of archive quality and permission to use them from record companies and families of deceased singers/5(83).
  6. 4CDs containing 73 completely unreleased live recordings from Ella in her relaxed, absolute prime. The set collects the best performances across her extended night engagement at Los Angeles' Crescendo Club which originally resulted in the hit LP Ella In Hollywood and her two-night return engagement the following year, presenting an unforgettable experience that puts you right in the /5(62).
  7. Ella Fitzgerald was masterful in any musical format, but there was something especially luminous about her singing alone with a piano. This was clear when pianist Ellis Larkins was first asked to work with her for her album, Ella Sings Gershwin.
  8. Allmusic Ella à Nice is a (see in music) live album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by a jazz trio led by the pianist Tommy Flanagan. This recording remained unreleased until the early s. Track listing [ edit ]Genre: Vocal jazz.
  9. Jul 17,  · Tracing an entire lifetime’s devotion to the art of the song, we hear everything from the eighteen-year-old Ella’s first studio recordings made with Chick Webb and his Orchestra in June , ‘I’ll Chase The Blues Away’ and ‘Love and Kisses’ – the singer having landed the job just three months previously – right up to the.