ELLA FITZGERALD - Songs From Pete Kelly´s mp3 flac
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Pete Kelly's Blues (radio series) - Pete Kelly s Blues was an American radio drama which aired over NBC as an unsponsored summer replacement series from July 4 through September 19, 1951.
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Songs from Pete Kelly's Blues is an album by jazz singer Peggy Lee that contains songs from the film Pete Kelly's Blues (1955). Lee starred in the film and re-recorded some of the songs for this album. This album should not be confused with the soundtrack. Lee was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Academy Awards for her portrayal of a troubled singer. Given that the film occurs in the 1920s, the album is a combination of Dixieland and 1950s swing with help from jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald.
Since Pete Kelly's Blues takes place during the 1920s, Harold Mooney's orchestrations combine elements of old-style Dixieland with a 1950s swing style. Lee is perfectly in sync with this approach, and sounds strong throughout, even on her appropriately freaky interpretation of "Sing a Rainbow," which her character performs from the confines of a mental institution after suffering a complete breakdown.