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Playlist of Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald

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    Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald - Duets in Hannover 1975

    1:11:43

    00:50 Laura
    04:25 Wave (Vou te contar)
    09:50 My Funny Valentine
    14:05 You Stepped Out Of A Dream
    18:57 You Turned The Tables On Me
    23:33 Darn That Dream
    27:19 Ella and Joe
    27:33 You Turned The Tables On Me
    31:50 Cry Me A River
    37:34 Nature Boy
    39:48 Nature Boy (2nd)
    41:32 You Are The Sunshine Of My Life
    47:40 Avalon
    51:53 Stormy Weather
    57:09 One Note Samba
    01:03:20 The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
    01:07:20 How High The Moon

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    Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass - Duets in Hannover - 1975

    44:25

    Em 1975 Ella Fitzgerald e Joe Pass fizeram uma turnê apresentando parte do repertório a ser usado no próximo álbum.
    Aos 57 anos de idade com interpretação, fôlego e ritmo impecáveis. Ella Fitzgerald canta qualquer coisa, vai do alegre Scat ao Blues.
    Com a mesma vitalidade do começo de sua carreira, interpreta de modo sublime clássicos ao lado de Joe Pass, uma combinação que não poderia ser melhor.
    Com uma carreira que durou 59 anos e ganhadora de 13 Grammys, Ella Fitzgerald fez jus a seu apelido First Lady of Song, que manteve até o fim de sua vida.
    Ella interpreta de forma intimista cada canção que canta, tem dicção e senso de ritmo únicos, qualidades que a tornaram uma das maiores vozes do Jazz, junto a Billie Holiday e Sarah Vaughan. Sem dúvida um encontro inesquecível.

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Take Love Easy

    37:48

    01 - Take Love Easy (Duke Ellington, John Latouche) – 4:36
    02 - O Amor Em Paz (Once I Loved) (Vinícius de Moraes, Ray Gilbert, Antonio Carlos Jobim) – 2:19
    03 - Don't Be That Way (Benny Goodman, Mitchell Parish, Edgar Sampson) – 4:39
    04 - You're Blasé (Ord Hamilton, Bruce Sievier) – 3:27
    Lush Life (Billy Strayhorn) – 3:34
    05 - A Foggy Day (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 6:10
    06 - Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You? (Andy Razaf, Don Redman) – 4:04
    07 - You Go To My Head (J. Fred Coots, Haven Gillespie) – 5:44
    08 - I Want to Talk About You (Billy Eckstine) – 3:28

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    Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass - Cry me a river

    5:26

    Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass together in this magnificent performance of Cry me a river.

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    Ella sings Stormy Weather with Joe Pass, Hannover 1975

    5:16

    Ella sings Stormy Weather with Joe Pass, Hannover 1975

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    Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass - Ellington/Jobim Medley

    8:32

    1984 live in Berlin. Ellington: I'm beginning to see the Light, Jobim: One note Samba

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    ELLA FITZGERALD & JOE PASS Georgia On My Mind in Japan - 1983

    4:27

    This was a tender duet performance in the midst of a 1983 Jazz At The Philharmonic (JATP) concert that took place in Japan. Ella performed in a variety of settings -- a duet with Joe Pass and then with her own trio leading up to a rousing version of Flying Home that included the JATP All-Stars (Eddie 'Lockjaw' Davis, Zoot Sims, Clark Terry, J.J. Johnson, Oscar Peterson and others).



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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Ive Got The World On A String

    4:12

    Fitzgerald and Pass...Again (1976) - Track 8

    I've had this channel up for about a month now.. and surprisingly, the most viewed song is I've Got The World On A String by Sarah Vaughan ft. Joe Pass... I figured I should upload Ella's version :)

    This is the second of four albums featuring Fitzgerald and Joe together as pair. Ella Fitzgerald would go on to receive the 1977 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album.

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald - Duets in Hannover 1975

    1:2:55

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass & Paul Smith 1984 Berlin -13+14 Lemon Drop + The Man I Love

    7:53

    1984/4/26, Berlin, SFB-TV, 55min.; Ella Fitzgerald (v) & Paul Smith (p) Trio - Keeter Betts (b) Bobby Durham (d)
    already uploaded on yt: parts-1=01+02; -2=03+04; -3=5;
    as also Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass 1984 =09+10;
    (01+02) 2:26 All Day Me / 5:30 Girl From Ipanema /
    (03+04) 3:27 Ordinary Fool / 3:40 Ain´t Nobody´s Business /
    (05) 7:00 Perdido /
    (06+07) 4:07 Embracable You / 2:06 Salt Peanuts /
    (08) Joe Pass (g-solo): 2:48 Cherokee /
    (09+10) Ella & Joe Pass : 2:48 I´m Beginning To See The Light /
    5:03 I Don´t Mess A Thing / (already uploaded)
    (11+12) Ella & Joe Pass & Trio: 3:17 Mack The Knife /
    3:56 I See You In My Dreams /
    (13+14) 2:19 Lemon Drop / 5:15 The Man I Love /

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    Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald - Blue and Sentimental

    3:03

    Track: 08
    Album: Speak Love

    * Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals
    * Joe Pass - Guitar

    Speak Love is a 1983 (see 1983 in music) studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by the jazz guitarist Joe Pass.
    The title of the album refers to the first line of the opening song on the album, Speak Low, a quotation from Much Ado About Nothing.

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - A Foggy Day

    6:08

    Take Love Easy (1973) - Track 6

    The first of 4 albums featuring Fitzgerald accompanied only by Joe Pass on guitar. Her voice is lively and dexterous here... Joe plays the perfect complimentary role.

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Joe Pass ~ You go to my head

    5:46

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Dont Be That Way

    4:38

    Take Love Easy (1973) - Track 3

    The first of 4 albums featuring Fitzgerald accompanied only by Joe Pass on guitar. Her voice is lively and dexterous here... Joe plays the perfect complimentary role.

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Joe Pass & Ella Fitzgerald - Comes Love

    2:57

    Track: 02
    Album: Speak Love

    * Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals
    * Joe Pass - Guitar

    Speak Love is a 1983 (see 1983 in music) studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by the jazz guitarist Joe Pass. The title of the album refers to the first line of the opening song on the album, Speak Low, a quotation from Much Ado About Nothing.

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Once in a While

    2:18

    From the documentary, Ella Fitzgerald: Something to Live For

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Dont be that way

    4:37

    LP Take Love Easy (1973)

    Faixa: Don't be that way (Benny Goodman / Mitchell Parish / Edgar Sampson)

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    ELLA FITZGERALD MOOD INDIGO

    5:09

    1983 in Japan

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Gee Baby Aint I Good To You

    2:27

    bought you a fur coat for christmas, a diamond ring...a big cadillac car, and everything... I want that fur and ring and caddie too Ella!
    Timeless stuff.
    And dig that ridiculously cool es175d Joe's playing. He got that as a gift from a fan. Wow. 1974

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Moonlight In Vermont

    4:23

    Easy Living (1986) - Track 9

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - At Last

    4:23

    Speak Love (1983) - Track 5

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Once I loved

    2:18

    LP Take Love Easy (1973)

    Faixa: Once I loved (A. C. Jobim / Vinicius de Moraes / Ray Gilbert)

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - The Very Thought Of You, 1974

    4:27

    Ella Fitzgerald (vo), Joe Pass (g)
    Ella Fitzgerald at Ronnie Scott's, 1974

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    You Turned The Tables On Me - Ella Fitzgerald | Joe Pass | Duets in Hannover 1975

    4:32

    Chapter 13 of the Video:

    Duets in Hannover 1975 - Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass

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    Ella Fitzgerald ft. Joe Pass - Dreamer

    4:56

    Ella Abraca Jobim (1981) - Track 6

    Weird set for Ella.. I'm not sure these bossa nova arrangements compliment her style, especially late in her career.. but to be honest, I'm mainly listening for the little moments featuring Joe... here he plays the intro, and takes a nice extended solo at 1:50.

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar), Zoot Sims (tenor sax), Clark Terry (trumpet), Toots Thielemans (harmonica), Abraham Laboriel (bass), Paulinho Da Costa (percussion), Alex Acuna (drums)... and many other.

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - At Last

    4:18

    Ella Fitzgerald: vocals
    Joe Pass: guitar

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Why dont you do right?

    2:56

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    Nature Boy

    2:26

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Nature Boy · Ella Fitzgerald · Joe Pass

    Fitzgerald & Pass... Again

    ℗ 1976 Fantasy, Inc.

    Released on: 1976-01-01

    Producer: Norman Granz
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Angel Balestier
    Associated Performer, Vocalist: Ella Fitzgerald
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Joe Pass
    Composer Lyricist: Eden Ahbez

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass & Paul Smith - Mack The Knife + I See You In My Dreams; 1984 Berlin-11+12

    7:17

    1984/4/26, Berlin, SFB-TV, 55min.; Ella Fitzgerald (v) & Paul Smith (p) Trio - Keeter Betts (b) Bobby Durham (d)
    already uploaded on yt: parts-1=01+02; -2=03+04; -3=5;
    as also Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass 1984 =09+10;
    (01+02) 2:26 All Day Me / 5:30 Girl From Ipanema /
    (03+04) 3:27 Ordinary Fool / 3:40 Ain´t Nobody´s Business /
    (05) 7:00 Perdido /
    (06+07) 4:07 Embracable You / 2:06 Salt Peanuts /
    (08) Joe Pass (g-solo): 2:48 Cherokee /
    (09+10) Ella & Joe Pass : 2:48 I´m Beginning To See The Light /
    5:03 I Don´t Mess A Thing / (already uploaded)
    (11+12) Ella & Joe Pass & Trio: 3:17 Mack The Knife /
    3:56 I See You In My Dreams /
    (13+14) 2:19 Lemon Drop / 5:15 The Man I Love /

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - On Green Dolphin Street

    3:26

    Ella Fitzgerald: vocals
    Joe Pass: guitar

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    1979 Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass Soundstage Chicago

    3:48

    Ella sings Meditation,written by Antônio Carlos Jobim

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass, Samba de Uma Nota Só

    4:18

    The First Lady of jazz Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996) scats the famous composition of the Brazilian composer, arranger, singer, guitarist, pianist, flutist and producer Tom Jobim (1927-1994), along with the great American guitarist Joe Pass (1943-1994). From the show 'Duets in Hannover', 1975.

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    Days of Wine and Roses - Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass

    3:09

    酒とバラの日々(デイズ・オブ・ワイン・アンド・ローゼズ)
    作詞 ジョニー・マーサー/ 作曲 ヘンリー・マンシーニ
    唄 エラ・フィッツジェラルド
    ギター ジョー・パス

    Days of Wine and Roses - Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass
    (written by Henry Mancini with lyrics by Johnny Mercer)
    from EASY LIVING ('86)

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    Ella Fitzgerald Tommy Flannagan Trio w Joe Pass guitar

    2:34

    Live at Ronny Scotts's (London) 1974

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    Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass 1979 Soundstage Chicago

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    coming soon :D

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    Ella Fitzgerald + Joe Pass 1976 Hamburg - Perdido

    6:49

    1976, NDR, Hamburg, Ella Fitzgerald (v) Joe Pass (g): Perdido

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Gee Baby, Aint I Good To You

    2:17

    Lyrics:
    Love makes me treat you the way that I do
    Baby, ain't I good to you
    Nothing in this world too good for a girl so good and true
    Whoa, baby, ain't I good to you

    I bought you a fur coat for Christmas
    And a diamond ring, yes I did
    And a big Cadillac car, and everything

    What makes me treat you the way that I do
    It must be love baby
    That's why I'm so good to you

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    Once I loved - Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald

    2:19

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass // Medley I Got It Bad And That Aint GoodSophistica

    6:51

    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass // Sophisticated Lady // Medley I Got It Bad And That Ain't GoodSophistica

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - The Days of Wine and Roses

    3:05

    Ella Fitzgerald: vocals
    Joe Pass: guitar

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass On green dolphin street

    3:29

    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - That Old Feeling

    2:50

    Fitzgerald and Pass...Again (1976) - Track 4

    The second of four albums featuring Fitzgerald and Joe together. Ella Fitzgerald would go on to receive the 1977 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album.

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - You Took Advantage Of Me

    3:40

    Fitzgerald and Pass...Again (1976) - Track 7

    The second of four albums featuring Fitzgerald and Joe together. Ella Fitzgerald would go on to receive the 1977 Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album.

    Ella Fitzgerald (vocals), Joe Pass (guitar)

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass: Wolftrap 1985 3

    8:46

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    That old feeling - Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass

    2:49

    Album: Again 1976

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Nature boy

    2:26

    Nature Boy is a song first recorded by American jazz singer Nat King Cole. It was released on March 29, 1948. It ultimately became a pop and jazz standard, with many artists interpreting the song, including Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra and Sarah Vaughan. It was also used in numerous films like The Boy with Green Hair, The Talented Mr. Ripley and the 2001 musical, Moulin Rouge!

    DISCLAIMER: All photos, stills, clips and music are copyrighted to their respective owners.

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    Dont Be That Way Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald Dario Napoli

    3:15


    To know more, get access to my community at my website and get a transcriptions, music, videos, etc.
    This wonderful little tune is DONT BE THAT WAY (Benny Goodman, Mitchell Parish, Edgar Sampson) from the album Easy Living, which is a 1986 studio album by Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by the ever so great Joe Pass.
    It is the fourth and final album in Fitzgerald's series of duets with Pass, the three earlier albums being Take Love Easy (1973), Fitzgerald and Pass... Again (1976) and Speak Love (1983).
    The tune is based on rhythm changes in the key of G, however the B section (cycle of dominant 4ths) which would typically start in B, in this tune starts in F#.
    This progression's endurance in popularity is largely due to its extensive use by early bebop musicians. The chord changes began to be used in the 1930s, became extremely common in the '40s and '50s, and are now ubiquitous.[6] First, I Got Rhythm was by then already a popular jazz standard; second, by listening to the song and writing a new melody over its chord changes, thereby creating a composition of a type known as a contrafact, a jazz musician could claim copyright to the new melody rather than acknowledge Gershwin's inspiration and pay royalties to his estate.
    Today, mastery of the blues and rhythm changes are critical elements for building a jazz repertoire.
    The rhythm changes is a thirty-two-bar AABA form containing four eight measure sections. In roman numeral shorthand, the original chords used in the A section are
    | I vi | ii V | I vi | ii V |
    a two bar phrase (I−vi−ii−V) played twice, then
    | I I7 | IV iv7 | I V | I |
    In a jazz setting the changes are usually played in the key of B♭[6] with various chord substitutions. Here is a typical form for the A section with various common substitutions:
    | Bbmaj7 G7 | Cm7 F7 | Bbmaj7 G7 | Cm7 F7 |
    | Fm7 Bb7 | Ebmaj7 Ab7 | Dm7 G7 | Cm7 F7 |
    | Bbmaj7 G7 | Cm7 F7 | Bbmaj7 G7 | Cm7 F7 |
    | Fm7 Bb7 | Ebmaj7 Ab7 | Cm7 F7 | Bbmaj7 |[11]
    The bridge consists of a series of dominant sevenths that follow the circle of fifths (ragtime progression), sustained for two bars each and thus conveying the sense of a shifting key center:
    | III7 | + | VI7 | + |
    | II7 | + | V7 | + |
    | D7 | + | G7 | + |
    | C7 | + | F7 | + |
    This is known as the Sears Roebuck bridge.[12]
    The B section is then followed by the second 8 bars of A section
    | Bbmaj7 G7 | Cm7 F7 | Bbmaj7 G7 | Cm7 F7 |
    | Fm7 Bb7 | Ebmaj7 Ab7 | Cm7 F7 | Bbmaj7 |[11]
    Variant versions of changes are legion due to substitutions: often the beboppers, for instance, would superimpose series of two-fives (passing sequences of minor-7th and dominant-7th chords) or other substitutions for interest or in order to discourage lesser musicians from sitting in on the bandstand. The B section may appear as follows:
    | Am7 | D7 | Dm7 | G7 |
    | Gm7 | C7 | Cm7 | F7 |
    or it may be lifted out of this progression and used in the middle of another piece as follows:
    | vii7 | III7 | iii7 | VI7 |
    | vi7 | II7 | ii7 | V7 |[12]
    The component A and B sections of rhythm changes were also sometimes used for other tunes. For instance, Charlie Parker's Scrapple from the Apple and Duke Ellington's Perdido both use a different progression for the A section while using the Rhythm changes B section. Scrapple from the Apple uses the chord changes of Honeysuckle Rose for the A section, but replaces the B section with Rhythm's III7-VI7-II7-V7 bridge. Other tunes, such as Sonny Stitt's The Eternal Triangle and the theme from The Muppet Show, use the A section of Rhythm but have a different bridge. Tadd Dameron's Good Bait uses the A section of the Rhythm changes but a different progression for the bridge.[14] Often in rhythm changes tunes, the B section is left free for improvisation even during the head (e.g. in Sonny Rollins' Oleo).

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Easy Living

    4:19

    Ella Fitzgerald: vocals
    Joe Pass: guitar

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Why dont you do right?

    2:57

    Peggy Lee's cover.. enjoy :D

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    Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass - Nature Boy

    2:28

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