Ella Fitzgerald – Oldies Selection: Best Jazz (2021)

Ella Fitzgerald - Oldies Selection: Best Jazz (2021)
Artist: Ella Fitzgerald
Album: Oldies Selection: Best Jazz
Label: Pipe Dublin
Year Of Release: 2021
Quality: FLAC (tracks)

01. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
02. After You’ve Gone
03. All Too Soon
04. Always
05. Baby, What Else Can I Do?
06. Bewitched
07. Blue Moon
08. Blue Skies
09. Broadway
10. But Not for Me
11. Dream a Little Dream of Me
12. Early Autumn
13. Embraceable You
14. Everything Happens to Me
15. From This Moment On
16. Georgia on My Mind
17. Get Happy
18. Hallelujah, I Love Him So
19. How About Me?
20. I Can’t Face the Music (Without Singing the Blues)
21. I Can’t Give You Anything but Love, Baby
22. I Concentrate on You
23. I Could Write a Book
24. I Don’t Want to Take a Chance
25. I Get a Kick out of You
26. I Let a Song Go out of My Heart
27. I Love Paris
28. I Only Have Eyes for You
29. I’ll Always Be in Love with You
30. I’ll Never Be the Same
31. I’m Beginning to See the Light
32. I’m Glad There Is You
33. I’m Thru with Love
34. I’ve Got a Crush on You
35. I’ve Got the World on a String
36. I’ve Got You Under My Skin
37. I’ve Grown Accustomed to His Face
38. Imagination
39. Just One of Those Things
40. Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside)
41. Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall in Love)
42. Let’s Face the Music and Dance
43. Let’s Fall in Love
44. Lost in a Fog
45. Love You Madly
46. Lover
47. Lullaby of Birdland
48. Mack the Knife
49. Manhattan
50. Mysti
51. Moonlight in Vermont
52. My Funny Valentine
53. My Heart Belongs to Daddy
54. My One and Only
55. Necessary Evil
56. Nice Work If You Can Get It
57. Night and Day
58. No Moon at All
59. Oh, Lady Be Good
60. People Will Say We’re in Love
61. Prelude to a Kiss
62. Puttin’ on the Ritz
63. Rough Ridin’
64. Runnin’ Wild
65. Show Me the Way to Get out of This World ’cause That’s Where Everything Is
66. Smooth Sailing
67. So Rare
68. Solitude
69. Someone to Watch over Me
70. Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year
71. Stairway to the Stars
72. Star Dust
73. Stormy Weather
74. Tenderly
75. The Man That Got Away
76. The Very Thought of You
77. There’s a Small Hotel
78. These Foolish Things
79. Until the Real Thing Comes Along
80. What Is There to Say?
81. Willow Weep for Me
82. With a Song in My Heart
83. You Can Depend on Me
84. You Go to My Head


Recognized worldwide as “The First Lady of Song,” Ella Fitzgerald is arguably the finest female jazz vocalist of all time. Blessed with a highly resonant voice, wide range, and near-perfect elocution, Fitzgerald also possessed a deft sense of swing, and with her brilliant scat technique, could hold her own against any of her instrumental contemporaries. She came to initial popularity as a member of drummer Chick Webb’s band in the 1930s, scoring a hit with a “A-Tisket, A-Tasket,” before ascending to wide acclaim in the 1940s with Jazz at the Philharmonic and Dizzy Gillespie’s Big Band, and issuing landmark performances like “Flying Home” and “How High the Moon.” Working with producer/manager Norman Granz, she gained even more acclaim with her series of albums on Verve, recording definitive versions of the music of the Great American Songbook composers, including 1956’s Sings the Cole Porter Songbook. Over her 50-year career, she earned 13 Grammy Awards, sold over 40 million albums, and picked up numerous accolades including a National Medal of Arts and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. A hugely important cultural figure, Fitzgerald made an immeasurable impact on the development of jazz and popular music, and remains a touchstone for fans and artists decades after her passing.

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