“Most people who don’t know jazz can probably recognize the name of one of the genre’s best singers: Ella Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald is one of the eight women at the center of this season of NPR [More]
“These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)” is a standard with lyrics by Eric Maschwitz, writing under the pseudonym Holt Marvell, and music by Jack Strachey, both Englishmen. Harry Link, an American, sometimes appears as [More]
“Old MacDonald Had a Farm” is a children’s song and nursery rhyme about a farmer named MacDonald (sometimes known as “McDonald” or “Macdonald”) and the various animals he keeps on his farm. Personnel: Ella Fitzgerald [More]
00:00 – Gene Krupa & Anita O’Day – Let Me Off Uptown 03:04 – Glenn Miller – Chattanooga Choo Choo 06:29 – Woody Herman – The Good Earth 09:04 – Count Basie – One O’Clock [More]
Lady Time is a 1978 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by the unusual combination of an organist (Jackie Davis) and a drummer (Louie Bellson). AllMuѕіс Rеvіеw by Sсоtt Yаnоw:  Thіѕ [More]
Track list: 1 | 00:00 | Ella Fitzgerald – Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks) 2 | 02:51 | Ella Fitzgerald – The Christmas Song (M. Torme) 3 | 05:52 | Ella Fitzgerald – Have [More]
Ella and Oscar is a 1975 album by Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by pianist Oscar Peterson and, for the second half of the album, double bassist Ray Brown. AllMusic Review by AllMusic: Although Ella Fitzgerald worked [More]
Ella Fitzgerald with The Tommy Flanagan Trio at Montreux Jazz Festival, rec. June 22, 1969. Track listing: 01. Give Me The Simple Life 02. This Girl’s In Love With You 03. I Won’t Dance 04. [More]
Ella Fitzgerald – Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me (Duke Ellington). September 4, 1956. “Do Nothing till You Hear from Me” (also written as “Do Nothin’ Til You Hear From Me”) is a song [More]
Album: “Ella and Louis” (1956). Ellа аnd Lоuіѕ is a 1956 studio аlbum by Ellа Fіtzgеrаld аnd Lоuіѕ Armѕtrоng, accompanied bу thе Oѕсаr Pеtеrѕоn Quartet. Hаvіng рrеvіоuѕlу соllаbоrаtеd in the lаtе 1940ѕ fоr the Decca [More]