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  • Singer: Ella Fitzgerald
  • Album: Ella And Louis
  • MP3: 1184 mb | FLAC: 1235 mb
  • Released: 1956
  • Style: Soul-Jazz
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 617
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Ella FitzgeraldLouis Armstrong - Ella And Louis mp3 flac

Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong. Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong - Ella And Louis ‎(CD, Album, RE). Verve Records.

Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong and others. Songs in album Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong (1952). 03:12 320 Кб/с 143. 2. Basin Street Blues.

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Equally inspired was the choice of material, with the gruffness of Armstrong's voice blending like magic with Fitzgerald's stunningly silky delivery. Outstanding are Irving Berlin's "Cheek to Cheek" and "Isn't This a Lovely Day," and everything else works like a dream, with the golden star going to the Gershwin brothers' "They Can't Take That Away from M. Gentle and sincere, this is deserving of a place in every home.

Artist: Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. Album: Ella and Louis Ella and Louis Again. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC.

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong. Ella and Louis Tracklist. 1. Can't We Be Friends? Lyrics. Isn't This a Lovely Day?

Ella And Louis is just such an album. When the first race records were produced in the late 1920’s, no one could predict their runaway success. The black community had never had their music on record before, and copies sold like hotcakes. New artists appeared every hour, making this music’s first real trend. By the time Verve got them together in a studio, both Fitzgerald and Armstrong were already established performers. The first had recorded such hits as A-Tisket, A-Tasket and Lullaby In Birdland ; the latter was one of the most influential names of the budding jazz scene. To have them make an album together seemed like a more than logical idea. But the ending result of this experience was far more than a sales ploy: it went on to become one of the hallmarks of jazz, and if possible made Ella and Satchmo even MORE respected within the jazz circles.