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Ella Fitzgerald - Ella at the Hollywood Bowl: The Irving Berlin Songbook (LP, Album)

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Between 1935 and 1955, American singer Ella Fitzgerald was signed to Decca Records. Her early recordings as a featured vocalist were frequently uncredited. Her first credited single was 78 RPM recording "I'll Chase the Blues Away" with the Chick Webb Orchestra. Fitzgerald continued recording with Webb until his death in 1939, after which the group was renamed Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra. With the introduction of 10" and 12" Long-Playing records in the late 1940s, Decca released several original albums of Fitzgerald's music and reissued many of her previous single-only releases. From 1935 to the late 1940s Decca issued Ella Fitzgerald's recordings on 78rpm singles and album collections, in book form, of four singles that included eight tracks. These recordings have been re-issued on a series of 15 compact disc by the French record label Classics Records between 1992 and 2008. In 1956 Ella Fitzgerald signed with Verve Records, the Norman Granz record label. Fitzgerald recorded with Verve until the mid-1960s. Included in this era were a series of eight Song Book albums, with interpretations of the greater part of the Great American Songbook, with songs from the pens of Cole Porter (1956), Rodgers & Hart (1956), Duke Ellington (1957), Irving Berlin (1958), George and Ira Gershwin (1959), Harold Arlen (1961), Jerome Kern (1963) and Johnny Mercer (1964). Ella Fitzgerald released many stand alone singles throughout her Verve years. These were re-issued in 2003 on the 2-CD set, Jukebox Ella: The Complete Verve Singles, Vol. 1. The late 1960s and early 1970s saw Fitzgerald release albums on several major record labels, including three albums on Capitol Records and two on the Reprise Records label. In 1972 Norman Granz formed Pablo Records, the label continued to release Ella Fitzgerald's albums up until her last recorded album All That Jazz in 1989. In recent years the Ella Fitzgerald back catalogue has continued to grow, this includes complete albums of previously unreleased live material and alternative recordings from her studio sessions.

Release Info

Artist: Ella Fitzgerald
Label: Verve Records
Format: LP, Album
Country: US
Label: Verve Records
Released: 2022-06-24
Genre: Jazz
Style: Bop, Swing, Vocal


A1 The Song Is Ended
A2 You're Laughing At Me
A3 How Deep Is The Ocean?
A4 Heat Wave
A5 Supper Time
A6 Cheek To Cheek
A7 Russian Lullaby
A8 Top Hat, White Tie And Tails
B1 I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
B2 Get Thee Behind Me Satan
B3 Let's Face The Music And Dance
B4 Always
B5 Puttin' On The Ritz
B6 Let Yourself Go
B7 Alexander's Ragtime Band

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