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Playlist of Ella Fitzgerald

  • Ella Fitzgerald - All the Best


    01 A foggy day 00:11
    02 All by myself 03:46
    03 Anything goes 06:16
    04 Blue moon 08:29
    05 Cheek to cheek 11:46
    06 From this moment on 15:36
    07 Get Happy 18:54
    08 Jingle Bells 22:25
    09 Little girl Blue 24:49
    10 Love for sale 28:42
    11 My funny Valentine 31:41
    12 My romance 35:56
    13 Night and day 39:22
    14 Out of this world 42:29
    15 Over the rainbow 47:07
    16 Prelude to a kiss 51:29
    17 Shall we dance? 56:59
    18 The lady is a Tramp 01:00:09
    19 The man I love 01:03:32
    20 What is this thing called love? 01:07:24

    Ella Fitzgerald - All the Best (FULL ALBUM)
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    Ella Jane Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917 äóñ June 15, 1996) was an American jazz singer often referred to as the First Lady of Song, Queen of Jazz and Lady Ella. She was noted for her purity of tone, impeccable diction, phrasing and intonation, and a horn-like improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing. After tumultuous teenage years, Fitzgerald found stability in musical success with the Chick Webb Orchestra, performing across the country, but most often associated with the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem. Fitzgerald's rendition of the nursery rhyme A-Tisket, A-Tasket helped boost both her and Webb to national fame. Taking over the band after Webb died, Fitzgerald left it behind in 1942 to start a solo career that would last effectively the rest of her life. Signed with manager and Savoy co-founder Moe Gale from early in her career, she eventually gave managerial control for her performance and recording career to Norman Granz, who built up the label Verve Records based in part on Fitzgerald's vocal abilities. With Verve she recorded some of her more widely noted works, particularly her interpretation of the Great American Songbook. While Fitzgerald appeared in movies and as a guest on popular television shows in the second half of the twentieth century, her musical collaborations with Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, and The Ink Spots were some of her most notable acts outside of her solo career. These partnerships produced recognizable songs like Dream a Little Dream of Me, Cheek to Cheek, Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall, and It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing). In 1993, Fitzgerald capped off her sixty-year career with her last public performance. Three years later, she died at the age of 79, following years of decline in her health. After her passing, Fitzgerald's influence lived on through her fourteen Grammy Awards, National Medal of Arts, Presidential Medal of Freedom, and tributes in the form of stamps, music festivals, and theater namesakes.

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  • Ella Fitzgerald - Cry me a river


    stupenda versione di un classico del jazz

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  • Ella Fitzgerald - Summertime


    Ella Fitzgerald & the Tee Carson trio - Summertime (from Porgy and Bess, by George Gershwin).
    The first lady of song in Berlin, 1968.
    Beautiful mother singing a lullaby to her baby.

    Summertime lyrics
    Songwriters: George & Ira Gershwin, Du Bose & Dorothy Heyward

    And the livin' is easy
    Fish are jumpin'
    And the cotton is high

    Oh, Your daddy's rich
    And your mamma's good lookin'
    So hush little baby
    Don't you cry

    One of these mornings
    You're going to rise up singing
    Then you'll spread your wings
    And you'll take to the sky

    But 'til that morning
    There's a'nothing can harm you
    With your daddy and mammy
    Standing by
    Don't you cry


  • Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong - Ella And Louis - Full Album - Vintage Music Songs


    Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong - Ella And Louis - Full Album - Vintage Music Songs

    Can't We Be Friends 00:00:00,00
    Isn't This A Lovely Day 00:03:45,09
    Moonlight In Vermont 00:09:59,04
    They Can't Take That Away From Me 00:13:38,00
    Under A Blanket Of Blue 00:18:15,05
    Tenderly 00:22:30,10
    A Foggy Day 00:27:35,20
    Stars Fell On Alabama 00:32:06,02
    Cheek To Cheek 00:35:36,17
    The Nearness Of You 00:41:27,17
    April In Paris 00:47:07,17

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  • These Foolish Things


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    These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) · Ella Fitzgerald · Louis Armstrong

    Ella And Louis Again

    ℗ 1957 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1957-02-25

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Associated Performer, Piano: Oscar Peterson
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Herb Ellis
    Associated Performer, Double Bass: Ray Brown
    Associated Performer, Drums: Louie Bellson
    Composer Lyricist: Holt Marvell
    Composer Lyricist: Jack Strachey

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  • Frank Sinatra ft. Ella Fitzgerald - The Lady Is A Tramp


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  • Ella Fitzgerald - Misty


    Ella Fitzgerald - Misty

  • Ella Fitzgerald - These Foolish Things


    Ella Fitzgerald - These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You). July 23, 1957. Oscar Peterson (p); Herb Ellis (g); Ray Brown (b); Louis Bellson (d). Ultimate version.

  • Ella Fitzgerald Someone to Watch Over Me


    One of the greatest American songs performed by one of America's greatest singers,Someone to Watch Over Me, written in 1926 by George and Ira Gershwin was recorded by Ella Fitzgerald for her 1959 Verve album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the George and Ira Gershwin Songbook , arranged and conducted by Nelson Riddle, and available on CD. This sound recording is administered by Kontor New Media, Made in Etaly & UMG. I do not own the right to the songs, audio, or images contained in this video. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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  • Ella Fitzgerald - Somewhere Over The Rainbow


    Ella Fitzgerald - Somewhere Over The Rainbow

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  • Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong: Dream A Little Dream Of Me


    Dream A Little Dream Of Me

  • Ella Fitzgerald - The Nearness Of You


    The Nearness Of You by Ella Fitzgerald from the album Anthology 1956-1959
    Released 2017-03-31 on Not Now Music
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    If you asked a passing stranger who the most famous female jazz singer was, Ella Fitzgerald would almost certainly be the first name to spring to mind. Sometimes called 'The First Lady Of Song', her record sales testify to the fact that she was the most popular US female jazz singer for over 50 years. Listen again here to the wide-ranging vocal capabilities of a legendary singer as she delivers some of the most famous songs from her repertoire, sung at the height of her career.
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  • The Very Best of Jazz Divas: Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Mildred Bailey


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    All of Me (1941) - Billie Holiday
    Honeysuckle Rose (1935) - Mildred Bailey
    I Can't Get Started (1938) - Billie Holiday
    Willow Tree (1935) - Mildred Bailey
    My Melancholy Baby (1936) - Ella Fitzgerald
    God Bless the Child (1941) - Billie Holiday
    Downhearted Blues (1935) - Mildred Bailey
    All My Life (1936) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Am I Blue (1941) - Billie Holiday
    Squeeze Me (1935) -Mildred Bailey
    Take Another Guess (1936) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Body and Soul (1940) - Billie Holiday
    Rockin' Chair (1937) - Mildred Bailey
    Goodnight My Love (1936) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Summertime (1936) - Billie Holiday
    St. Louis Blues (1938) - Mildred Bailey
    Did You Mean It? (1936) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Georgia on My Mind (1941) - Billie Holiday
    I Cried for You (1939) - Mildred Bailey
    Bei Mir Bist Du Schon (1936) - Ella Fitzgerald
    I Can't Give You Anything But Love (1936) - Billie Holiday
    Begin the Beguine (1939) - Mildred Bailey
    If Dreams Come True (1937) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Pennies from Heaven (1936) - Billie Holiday
    Washboard Blues (1938) - Mildred Bailey
    You Can’t Be Mine (1938) - Ella Fitzgerald
    My Man (1937) - Billie Holiday
    My Melancholy Baby (1938) – Mildred Bailey
    Stairway to the Stars (1939) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Night and Day (1939) - Billie Holiday
    Lonesome Road (1938) - Mildred Bailey
    I Want the Waiter (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Them There Eyes (1939) - Billie Holiday
    My Last Affair (1937) - Mildred Bailey
    Three Little Words (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Love Me or Leave Me (1941) - Billie Holiday
    Trust in Me (1937) - Mildred Bailey
    My Man (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    The Man I Love (1939) - Billie Holiday
    Where Are You (1937) - Mildred Bailey
    I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    The Very Thought of You (1938) - Billie Holiday
    You're Laughin' at Me (1937) - Mildred Bailey
    I Must Have That Man (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    Yesterdays (1939) - Billie Holiday
    Arkansas Blues (1939) - Mildred Bailey
    When My Sugar Walks Down the Street (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    These Foolish Things (1936) - Billie Holiday
    There'll Be Some Changes Made (1939) - Mildred Bailey
    I Got It Bad (1941) - Ella Fitzgerald
    They Can't Take That Away from Me (1937) - Billie Holiday
    You Don't Know My Mind Blues (1939) - Mildred Bailey
    St. Louis Blues (1940) - Billie Holiday
    Prisoner of Love (1939) - Mildred Bailey
    Strange Fruit (1939) - Billie Holiday
    Barrelhouse Music (1939) - Mildred Bailey

    Billie Holiday acc. by: Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra, Benny Carter and His Orchestra, Her Orchestra, Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra.
    Mildred Bailey acc. by: Her Alley Cats, John Kirby’s Orchestra, Her Orchestra, Roy Eldridge and His Orchestra, Her Oxford Greys.
    Ella Fitzgerald acc. by: Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra, Chick Webb and His Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra, Her Savoy Eight, Her Famous Orchestra.

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  • Ella Fitzgerald - Blue Moon.


    Outra grande e famosa cantora de Jazz, como sua interpretação de Blue Moon é uma das que eu mais gosto resolvi montar este vídeo.

  • Ive Got You Under My Skin - Ella Fitzgerald



    I've got you under my skin.
    I've got you deep in the heart of me.
    So deep in my heart that you're really a part of me.
    I've got you under my skin.
    I'd tried so not to give in.
    I said to myself: this affair never will go so well.
    But why should I try to resist when, baby, I know so well
    I've got you under my skin?

    I'd sacrifice anything come what might
    For the sake of havin' you near
    In spite of a warnin' voice that comes in the night
    And repeats, repeats in my ear:
    Don't you know, little fool, you never can win?
    Use your mentality, wake up to reality.
    But each time that I do just the thought of you
    Makes me stop before I begin
    'Cause I've got you under my skin.

    (Musical interlude)

    I would sacrifice anything come what might
    For the sake of havin' you near
    In spite of the warning voice that comes in the night
    And repeats - how it yells in my ear:
    Don't you know, little fool, you never can win?
    Why not use your mentality - step up, wake up to reality?
    But each time I do just the thought of you
    Makes me stop just before I begin
    'Cause I've got you under my skin.
    Yes, I've got you under my skin.

  • Ella Fitzgerald sings & performs One note Samba 1969 #jazz #blues #mostwanted


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    Fly me to the Moon dall'album Ella in Japan: 'S Wonderful
    L'album è un live del 1964 registrato a Tokyo prodotto da Norman Granz

    Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals
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    Roy Eldridge - trumpet
    Tommy Flanagan - piano
    Bill Yancy - bass
    Gus Johnson - drums

  • Ella Fitzgerald Girl From Ipanema 1965


    Ella Fitzgerald sings Girl From Ipanema 1965

  • Lets Do It by Ella Fitzgerald


    From the album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook (1956).

  • Ella Fitzgerald - My Funny Valentine


    Ella Fitzgerald

    behold the way our fine feathered friend,
    his virtue doth parade
    thou knowest not, my dim-witted friend
    the picture thou hast made
    thy vacant brow, and thy tousled hair
    conceal thy good intent
    thou noble upright truthful sincere,
    and slightly dopey gent

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  • Ella Fitzgerald - It Dont Mean a thing 1974


    Ella Fitzgerald, Joe Pass and others performing this Duke Ellington's and Irving Mills' song in London, in 1974. This live date was recorded at Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club in Soho.
    Note the fun she makes in the beginning of the song and also while singing it. Ella was and still is majestic.

  • Full Concert: Celebrating Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Jazz — Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra


    From the Vault: Celebrating Ella: The First Lady of Jazz
    Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
    Rose Theater
    Apr. 27, 2017

    5:17 - Royal Ancestry (from “Portrait of Ella Fitzgerald”) (Composers: Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn)
    9:38 - All Heart (from “Portrait of Ella Fitzgerald”) (Comp.: Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn)
    15:34 - I Hadn’t Anyone Till You (Comp.: Ray Noble; Arr.: Willie Maiden)
    21:27 - Lover Come Back to Me (Comp.: Sigmund Romberg; Lyrics.: Oscar Hammerstein II; Arr.: Slide Hampton)
    29:00 - Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered (Comp.: Richard Rodgers; Lyrics.: Lorenzo Hart; Arr.: Marcus Printup)
    37:48 - Almost Like Being in Love (Comp.: Frederick Loewe; Lyrics.: Alan Lerner; Arr.: Sherman Irby
    45:21 - Cotton Tail (Comp.: Duke Ellington)
    58:53 - Beyond Category (from “Portrait of Ella Fitzgerald”) (Comp.: Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn)
    1:05:05 - Too Close For Comfort (Comp.: George David Weiss, Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcener; Arr.: Carlos Henriquez)
    1:13:13 - Lush Life (Comp.: Billy Strayhorn; Arr.: Victor Goines)
    1:20:42 - They Can’t Take That Away From Me (Comp.: George Gershwin; Lyrics.: Ira Gershwin; Arr.: Andy Farber)
    1:28:38 - Old MacDonald (Comp.: Traditional; Arr.: Andy Farber)
    1:33:00 - I’m Old Fashioned (Comp.: Jerome Kern; Arr.: Kenny Rampton)
    1:41:44 - Total Jazz (from “Portrait of Ella Fitzgerald”) (Comp.: Duke Ellington, Billy Stayhorn)

    The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra celebrates the centennial of Ella Fitzgerald, a vocalist whose legacy and influence define a classic era of jazz singing. Through diverse repertoire arranged by the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, the band and guest vocalists demonstrate why the First Lady of Song remains a case study in succinct phrasing and uncompromising musicality.

    Joining the Orchestra for this special occasion are two celebrated veteran vocalists, Kenny Washington and Roberta Gambarini, as well as the legendary tenor saxophonist Joe Lovano. Washington – Ravi Coltrane's favorite vocalist – carries on Ella's legacy by finding the maximum impact in each and every song, utilizing his enormous range and improvisational skills with restraint and impeccable taste. Gambarini – a similarly tasteful yet boldly original artist – was described by NEA Jazz Master Hank Jones as the best new jazz singer to come along in 50 years. Witness how Fitzgerald's most identifiable traits and her complete devotion to originality and authenticity inspire the best musicians of our time.

    Sherman Irby - alto & soprano saxophones, flute, piccolo, Bb clarinet
    Alexa Tarantino - alto saxophone, flute, Bb clarinet
    Victor Goines - tenor saxophone, Bb & Eb clarinets
    Walter Blanding - tenor saxophone, Bb & Eb clarinets
    Paul Nedzela - baritone & alto saxophones, bass clarinet

    Greg Gisbert
    Kenny Rampton
    Marcus Printup
    Bruce Harris

    Vincent Gardner
    Chris Crenshaw
    Elliot Mason

    James Chirillo - guitar
    Dan Nimmer - piano
    Carlos Henriquez - bass
    Ali Jackson - drums

    Cat Henry - Vice President, Concerts and Touring
    Eric D. Wright - Director, Concerts and Touring Operations
    Justin Bias - Concert Producer
    Edmundo Montoya - Production Manager
    Zak Al-Alami - Lighting Director
    David Robinson - FOH Sound Engineer
    Billy Banks - Stage Manager
    Terry Hampton - Assistant Stage Manager
    Greg McCrossan - Artist Assistant
    Kay Wolff, Christi English - Music Administration
    Jason Olaine - Director, Programing and Touring
    Georgina Javor - Assistant Director, Programming

    Len Reggio - Executive Producer
    Justin Bias - Producer
    James Sapione - Director
    James Nichols - Mix and Engineering
    Rob Macomber - Chief Engineer/ Mix and Engineering
    Reed Nisson, Hiram Becker - Camera Operator
    Brandon Smith - Webcast Assistant
    Sophia Betz - Editor

    Eugenia Han - Producer
    Brandon Bain, Richard Emery - Videographer

    Wynton Marsalis - Artistic Director
    Bob Appel - Chairman
    Greg Scholl - Executive Director

    Edward C. Arrendell II - President
    Edith Bolton - Vice President Of Administration

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  • Ella Fitzgerald - But Not For Me


    Ella Fitzgerald - But Not For Me (Full Album)
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    1 | 00:00 | Ella Fitzgerald - I've Got The World On A String
    2 | 03:18 | Ella Fitzgerald - Smooth Sailing
    3 | 06:24 | Ella Fitzgerald - Bewitched, Bothered, And Bewildered
    4 | 13:29 | Ella Fitzgerald - Nice Work If You Can Get It
    5 | 16:07 | Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald - There's A Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon For New York
    6 | 21:05 | Ella Fitzgerald - Stormy Weather
    7 | 26:19 | Ella Fitzgerald - But Not For Me
    8 | 29:33 | Ella Fitzgerald - Cotton Tail
    9 | 32:59 | Ella Fitzgerald - Bewitched
    10 | 40:03 | Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald - Can't We Be Friends
    11 | 43:50 | Ella Fitzgerald - Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year
    12 | 47:11 | Ella Fitzgerald - After You've Gone
    13 | 51:19 | Ella Fitzgerald - I Got It Bad (and That Ain't Good)
    14 | 57:35 | Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald - They All Laughed
    15 | 1:01:22 | Ella Fitzgerald - Blue Moon
    16 | 1:04:34 | Ella Fitzgerald & Nelson Riddle - I Hear Music
    17 | 1:06:54 | Ella Fitzgerald - Tenderly
    18 | 1:10:07 | Ella Fitzgerald - I've Got A Crush On You
    19 | 1:13:22 | Ella Fitzgerald - Georgia On My Mind
    20 | 1:16:53 | Louis Armstrong & Ella Fitzgerald - Our Love Is Here To Stay
    21 | 1:20:54 | Ella Fitzgerald - Blue Skies
    22 | 1:24:40 | Ella Fitzgerald - Moonlight In Vermont
    23 | 1:28:00 | Ella Fitzgerald - Get Happy
    24 | 1:31:32 | Ella Fitzgerald - Let's Do It (let's Fall In Love)
    25 | 1:35:07 | Ella Fitzgerald - Star Dust
    26 | 1:39:08 | Ella Fitzgerald - Someone To Watch Over Me
    27 | 1:42:24 | Ella Fitzgerald - I've Got You Under My Skin

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  • Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Summertime


  • Ella Fitzgerald One Note Samba


  • Ella Fitzgerald - All The Things You Are


    Song: All The Things You Are
    Artist: Ella Fitzgerald
    Album: Best of the Song Books: The Collection
    Release Date: Sep 24, 1996
    Recording Date: Feb 7, 1956 - Oct 1964
    Genre: Vocal
    Composer: Oscar II Hammerstein / Jerome Kern

    All the things you are is a song composed by Jerome Kern, with lyrics written by Oscar Hammerstein II. It was later featured in the film Broadway Rhythm (1944) and was performed during the opening credits and as a recurring theme for the romantic comedy A Letter for Evie (1945). It was used in the 2005 film Mrs. Henderson Presents starring Judi Dench.


    You are the promised kiss of springtime
    That makes the lonely winter seem long
    You are the breathless hush of evening
    That trembles on the brink of a lovely song
    You are the angel glow that lights a star
    The dearest things I know are what you are
    Some day my happy arms will hold you
    And some day I'll know that moment divine
    When all the things you are, are mine

  • Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George And Ira Gershwin Songbook


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    Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Fitzgerald Sings The George And Ira Gershwin Songbook (Full Album)
    1 | 00:00 | Ella Fitzgerald - The Man I Love
    2 | 03:52 | Ella Fitzgerald - I Got Rhythm
    3 | 07:00 | Ella Fitzgerald - 'S Wonderful
    4 | 10:31 | Ella Fitzgerald - A Foggy Day
    5 | 14:04 | Ella Fitzgerald - Just Another Rhumba
    6 | 19:41 | Ella Fitzgerald - Embraceable You
    7 | 24:34 | Ella Fitzgerald - Isn't It a Pity?
    8 | 28:00 | Ella Fitzgerald - Slap That Bass
    9 | 31:23 | Ella Fitzgerald - But Not for Me
    10 | 34:58 | Ella Fitzgerald - (I've Got) Beginner's Luck
    11 | 38:08 | Ella Fitzgerald - Sam And Delilah
    12 | 41:26 | Ella Fitzgerald - Oh, Lady Be Good
    13 | 45:28 | Ella Fitzgerald - Ambulatory Suite Promenade (Walking The Dog) - March Of The Swiss Soldiers - Fidgety Feet
    14 | 52:44 | Ella Fitzgerald - Shall We Dance?
    15 | 55:54 | Ella Fitzgerald - Lorelei
    16 | 59:16 | Ella Fitzgerald - Clap Yo' Hands
    17 | 1:01:46 | Ella Fitzgerald - Looking for a Boy
    18 | 1:04:53 | Ella Fitzgerald - Aren't You Kind Of Glad We Did?
    19 | 1:08:23 | Ella Fitzgerald - The Preludes Prelude I - Prelude II - Prelude III
    20 | 1:14:58 | Ella Fitzgerald - Soon
    21 | 1:17:20 | Ella Fitzgerald - Let's Kiss And Make Up
    22 | 1:21:12 | Ella Fitzgerald - By Strauss
    23 | 1:23:44 | Ella Fitzgerald - I Can't Be Bothered Now
    24 | 1:26:34 | Ella Fitzgerald - Boy Wanted
    25 | 1:30:10 | Ella Fitzgerald - Of Thee I Sing (Baby)
    26 | 1:33:19 | Ella Fitzgerald - Treat Me Rough
    27 | 1:36:16 | Ella Fitzgerald - The Real American Folk Song
    28 | 1:40:01 | Ella Fitzgerald - Boy! What Love Has Done To Me!
    29 | 1:43:51 | Ella Fitzgerald - Cheerful Little Earful
    30 | 1:45:59 | Ella Fitzgerald - Stiff Upper Lip
    31 | 1:48:52 | Ella Fitzgerald - Love Is Sweeping The Country
    32 | 1:52:19 | Ella Fitzgerald - My Cousin In Milwaukee
    33 | 1:55:29 | Ella Fitzgerald - Bidin' My Time
    34 | 1:58:11 | Ella Fitzgerald - I Was Doing All Right
    35 | 2:01:39 | Ella Fitzgerald - Someone To Watch Over Me
    36 | 2:06:13 | Ella Fitzgerald - My One and Only
    37 | 2:08:50 | Ella Fitzgerald - Fascinatin' Rhythm
    38 | 2:12:16 | Ella Fitzgerald - For You, For Me, For Evermore
    39 | 2:15:41 | Ella Fitzgerald - Nice Work If You Can Get It
    40 | 2:19:15 | Ella Fitzgerald - Let's Call The Whole Thing Off
    41 | 2:23:44 | Ella Fitzgerald - Love Walked In
    42 | 2:27:37 | Ella Fitzgerald - Love Is Here To Stay
    43 | 2:31:32 | Ella Fitzgerald - You've Got What Gets Me
    44 | 2:33:48 | Ella Fitzgerald - Oh, So Nice
    45 | 2:37:30 | Ella Fitzgerald - How Long Has This Been Going On?
    46 | 2:41:17 | Ella Fitzgerald - Funny Face
    47 | 2:44:41 | Ella Fitzgerald - They Can't Take That Away From Me
    48 | 2:47:51 | Ella Fitzgerald - Somebody Loves Me
    49 | 2:50:29 | Ella Fitzgerald - I've Got A Crush On You
    50 | 2:53:59 | Ella Fitzgerald - He Loves And She Loves
    51 | 2:56:48 | Ella Fitzgerald - The Half Of It, Dearie Blues
    52 | 3:00:35 | Ella Fitzgerald - That Certain Feeling
    53 | 3:03:39 | Ella Fitzgerald - Somebody From Somewhere
    54 | 3:06:48 | Ella Fitzgerald - They All Laughed
    55 | 3:09:53 | Ella Fitzgerald - Who Cares?
    56 | 3:13:01 | Ella Fitzgerald - Strike Up The Band
    57 | 3:15:36 | Ella Fitzgerald - Things Are Looking Up

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  • The Lady Is A Tramp - Ella Fitzgerald


    I've wined and dined on mulligan stew, and never wished for turkey
    As i hitched and hiked and grifted too, from maine to albuquerque
    Alas, i missed the beaux arts ball, and what is twice as sad
    I was never at a party where they honored noel ca-ad (coward)
    But social circles spin too fast for me
    My hobohemia is the place to be

    I get too hungry, for dinner at eight
    I like the theater, but never come late
    I never bother, with people i hate
    That's why the lady is a tramp

    I don't like crap games, with barons and earls
    Won't go to harlem, in ermine and pearls
    Won't dish the dirt, with the rest of the girls
    That's why the lady is a tramp

    I like the free, fresh wind in her hair
    Life without care
    I'm broke, it's o'k
    Hate california, it's cold and it's damp
    That's why the lady is a tramp

    I go to coney, the beach is devine
    I go to ballgames, the bleachers are fine
    I find a winchell, and read every line
    That's why the lady is a tramp

    I like a prizefight, that isn't a fake
    I love the rowing, on central park lake
    I go to opera and stay wide awake
    That's why the lady is a tramp

    I like the green grass under my shoes
    What can i lose, i'm flat, that's that
    I'm alone when i lower my lamp
    That's why the lady is a tramp

  • Ella Fitzgerald: A House Is Not A Home


    Ella Fitzgerald
    A house is not a home

  • Tom Jones and Ella Fitzgerald swing Sunny


  • Ella Fitzgerald - The Very Thought Of You


    Ella Fitzgerald - The Very Thought Of You (lyrics on screen)
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  • Ella Fitzgerald - Mack The Knife


    Ella Fitzgerald, née le 25 avril 1917 à Newport News et morte le 15 juin 1996 à Beverly Hills, est une chanteuse de jazz américaine.

    D'abord connue sous le surnom de « The First Lady of Swing », qui est devenue « The First Lady of Song » après l'apogée du « Swing » (littéralement « La Première Dame de la chanson », mais traduit plus volontiers par « La Grande Dame du Jazz »), elle a remporté de nombreuses récompenses, dont 13 Grammy Awards.

    Avec une tessiture de trois octaves, elle est remarquable pour la pureté de sa voix et sa capacité d'improvisation, particulièrement en scat.

    La chanteuse a réalisé une de ses improvisations les plus célèbres en concert sur Mack the Knife (extrait de L'Opéra de quat'sous) lors d'un concert à Berlin en 1960, morceau au cours duquel elle a eu un trou de mémoire et qu'elle a poursuivi sans hésitation en alternant scat et paroles improvisées. Cette version de Mack the Knife est certainement l'un des succès les plus connus d'Ella Fitzgerald, avec Mr Paganini et How High the Moon.

    Une autre de ses improvisations fameuses eut lieu au cours d'un concert à Antibes / Juan-les-Pins à l'été 1964, alors qu'elle se produisait dans la Pinède Gould à l'occasion du Festival Jazz à Juan, quand elle rendit hommage aux cigales qui y chantaient (The Cricket Song).

  • Frank Sinatra & Ella Fitzgerald - Moonlight In Vermont


    Ella Jane Fitzgerald (Newport News, 25 de abril de 1917 - Beverly Hills, 15 de junio de 1996), conocida como Ella Fitzgerald y apodada Lady Ella y The First Lady of Song (La primera dama de la canción), fue una cantante estadounidense de jazz. No obstante esta condición básica de jazzista, el repertorio musical de Ella Fitzgerald es amplísimo e incluye swing, blues, bossa nova, samba, gospel, calypso, canciones navideñas, pop, etc.

    Junto con Billie Holiday y Sarah Vaughan, está considerada como la cantante más importante e influyente de la historia del jazz (y, en general, de la canción melódica popular). Estaba dotada de una voz con un rango vocal de tres octavas, destacando su clara y precisa vocalización y su capacidad de improvisación, sobre todo en el scat, técnica que desarrolló en los años cuarenta y que anunció el surgimiento del bop. En los años cincuenta sentó cátedra con su concepción de la canción melódica, en paralelo a la obra de Frank Sinatra, con sus versiones de los temas de los grandes compositores de la canción popular estadounidense (los songbooks de Duke Ellington, Cole Porter, Johnny Mercer, etc.). El único reparo que se le ha puesto a su talento interpretativo es cierta incapacidad para adaptarse emocionalmente a letras con contenido dramático.

    Ganó 13 Premios Grammy, y fue galardonada con la Medalla Nacional de las Artes y la Medalla Presidencial de la Libertad de Estados Unidos.

  • Ella Fitzgerald - Evry Time We Say Goodbye


    From the album 'The Cole Porter Songbook', Vol. 1 (Original Release 1956; rerelease 1990)

  • Lets Do It


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  • Misty【訳詞付】- Ella Fitzgerald





    It almost doesn't matter what Dino and his guests sing, because they have so much fun doing it and we can't help but love it. Even George Gobel joins the fun at the end.

    Show Tunes Medley: 'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous; Let's Call the Whole Thing Off; How Long Has This Been Going On; They Can't Take That Away from Me; Nice Work if You Can Get It; They All Laughed; 'S Wonderful (Reprise).

    C&W Medley: Anytime; Jealous Heart; Room Full of Roses; Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie; Half As Much; Red River Valley; Tumbling Tumbleweeds; You Are My Sunshine.

  • Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - April in Paris.


    Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - April in Paris.

  • Isnt This A Lovely Day - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong


    Isn't This A Lovely Day - Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong

  • Ella Fitzgerald- How High The Moon/Epic scat LIVE 1966 RITY Archives


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  • Ella Fitzgerald - All that jazz



  • The Manhattan Transfer - How High The Moon w/ Ella Fitzgerald - The Grammys


    Singing 'How High The Moon' with the incomparable First Lady of Song: Ella Fitzgerald

  • Duke Ellington - Caravan


    Duke Ellington - Caravan (with Ella Fitzgerald)

  • Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Isnt This A Lovely Day


  • Ella Fitzgerald - Ive got a crush on you


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  • Just A Closer Walk With Thee By Ella Fitzgerald


    Part of my Reflections series.

    Absolutely one of the purest and greatest voices of all times!

  • Ella Fitzgerald - Dream a Little Dream of Me


  • How Ella Fitzgerald Turned Forgotten Lyrics Into One Of Her Best Performances Ever


    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 Music's Turning the Tables, and she's arguably one of the most important vocalists not just in jazz but in the entire history of American music. With an exceptional vocal style, supreme technical capabilities and a spirited energy, she was The First Lady of Song.

    By 1960, Fitzgerald had become a global sensation. That February she gave an unforgettable performance in West Berlin for an audience of thousands. On the set list was Mack The Knife, a huge hit first made popular by Bobby Darin and Louis Armstrong. Fitzgerald sang the song flawlessly until about halfway through, when she forgot the lyrics. But she didn't stumble — instead, she playfully free-styled her way to the end with nonsense syllables and improvised words — the singular jazz style called scatting. This unforgettable and Grammy Award-winning performance demonstrated her masterful grace under pressure.

    Later in the set, Fitzgerald showed off her scat skills again in her interpretation of How High The Moon. Considered to be one of the best scat solos ever recorded, it demonstrates her sharp vocal control, perfect intonation and rhythmic acumen. Besides its musical excellence, the performance also revealed her ironic sense of humor and gift for quoting, or referencing other songs while improvising. Jazz critic Will Friedwald says Fitzgerald was the all-time master of quoting. He remembers he once went through the song bar by bar and pulled out 50 songs that she quoted in, like, five minutes. Just incredible the way her mind works!

    While her musicianship was legendary, what may be most important is the legacy she's left for the vocalists who followed. Before Fitzgerald, singers weren't considered musicians the same way instrumentalists were; at that time, the only requirement for a vocalist was to sing the lyrics, says singer Charenee Wade. But Fitzgerald proved that singers were capable of the same level of artistry as any other member of the band. Wade continues, I'm just thankful that she did that for us. She created a pathway for vocalists to be a part of what I consider to be all the fun.



  • Ella Fitzgerald with orchestra arranged and conducted by Billy May - That Old Black Magic


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  • Just Squeeze Me - Ella Fitzgerald


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