Sings The Porter, Rodgers & Hart Songbooks - Ella Fitzgerald Reviews
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The Best Of The Song Books: The Ballads - Ella FitzgeraldElla Fitzgerald, A Superb Jazz Vocalist! (1044 words)
by LittleBee - written on 12/09/08, updated on 03/10/08 (Very useful, 132 readings)
but too short for me! Additional Info: Artists: E Ella Fitzgerald (vocals); Nelson Riddle (arranger, conductor); Russell Procope (alto saxophone, clarinet); Plas Johnson (tenor saxophone); Shorty Sherock (trumpet); Britt Woodman, Tommy Pederson (trombone); John Cave (French horn); Buddy Collette (flute); Gerald Vinci, Sidney Sharp (violin); David Sterkin, Paul Robyn (viola); Eleanor Slatkin (cello); Corky Hale (harp); Paul Smith (piano); Barney Kessel, Herb Ellis (guitar); Joe Mondragon (bass); Frank Flynn, Alvin Stoller (drums). Thanks for reading. Jason G This is an edited version, original published on Ciao.co.uk in Aug ...
The Best Of - Ella FitzgeraldInstant Class in a CD box! (235 words)
by KathrynMackinnon - written on 26/11/00, updated on 26/11/00 (Useful, 55 readings)
Deep, mellow and sensuous, Ella Fitzgerald's voice is like nothing else on earth. She is, at the same time, uplifting and melancholy. All of the classic songs have been sung, Manhattan, A Fine Romance, The Lady is a Tramp, My Funny Valentine, Let's Fall in Love and , most importantly to me, Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye, which i used to sing everywhere i went, when all my friends were into Ace of Base. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye is one of the most perfect songs ever composed. But the way that she sings it is even better, every breath seems so effortless, as though she was born to sing it. I've always loved it, but now it has so much more relevance, ...
The Best Of - Ella FitzgeraldThe First Lady Of Song...Apparently (362 words)
by benlepensive - written on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
If you can escape the fact that she looks rather like a bloke in drag on the album sleeve, then you might just find this a rewarding listen. Ella passed away about forty years ago, but is often cited as the first lady of song. Quite a bold statement, but this twenty track album serves up a reminder of why her voice still captivates and enchants to this day. Makin Whoopee opens the album and is a quirky, slightly tongue in cheek affair in which Ella is setting the wheels in motion for love making later on in the day. Her glorious vocals purr with sensuality and you can literally picture her getting ready for the event! Can t Help Loving That Man is steamy and moody, ...