1 edition of Ella Fitzgerald found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Collaborations [ ] This section does not any. It was one of her most prized moments. As put it, "Ella Fitzgerald fit no available or desirable cultural type. She could sing sultry ballads, sweet jazz and imitate every instrument in Ella Fitzgerald orchestra. "All I can say is that she gave to me as much as she could," Ray, Jr. The Very Thought of You• In 1942, with increasing dissent and money concerns in Fitzgerald's band, Ella and Her Famous Orchestra, she started to work as lead singer with The Three Keys, and in July her band played their last concert at Earl Theatre in Philadelphia.
However, that all changed in 1954, when actressat the peak of her Gentlemen Prefer Blondes fame, saw Fitzgerald perform, and the two became fast friends. She worked with all the jazz greats, from Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Nat King Cole, to Frank Sinatra, Dizzy Gillespie and Benny Goodman. Show business might be rewarding, but it can be a lonely profession. Bridgewater's album 1997 featured many musicians that were closely associated with Fitzgerald during her career, including the pianistthe trumpeter Benny Powell, and Fitzgerald's second husband, double bassist Ray Brown.
Although Webb was "reluctant to sign her. She personally called the owner of the Mocambo, and told him she wanted me booked immediately, and if he would do it, she would take a front table every night. She was an unusual woman - a little ahead of her times. " Her bebop recording of "" 1947 was similarly popular and increased her reputation as one of the leading jazz vocalists. ' Then I'll get real self-conscious," she in Ella Fitzgerald — Something to Live For.
and display her vocal jazz canon. It was the 26th time she performed there. The two appeared on the same stage only periodically over the years, in television specials in 1958 and 1959, and again on 1967'sa show that also featured.
From 1956-1964, she recorded covers of other musicians' albums, including those by Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, the Gershwins, Johnny Mercer, Irving Berlin, and Rodgers and Hart.
The press carried rumors that she would never be able to Ella Fitzgerald again, but Ella proved Ella Fitzgerald wrong. If I Could Be With You•
I Used to Be Color Blind• The Jazz at the Philharmonic tour would specifically target segregated venues.