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1954-55

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You Leave Me Breathless
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Nice Work If You Can Get It
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Stardust
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Lullaby of Birdland
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Later
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Thanks for the Memory
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It Might As Well Be Spring
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You'll Never Know
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I Can't Get Started
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Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
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That Old Black Magic
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Ol' Devil Moon
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Lover Come Back to Me
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Hard Hearted Hannah
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Pete Kelly's Blues
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Ella Hums the Blues
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Soldier Boy
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A Satisfied Mind
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My One and Only Love
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The Impatient Years
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But Not Like Mine
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The Tender Trap
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 22   Total Length: 63:39

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Icon: Ella Fitzgerald

By Will Friedwald, Contributor

"Man, woman, or child, Ella is the most!" Bing Crosby's much-quoted praise of Ella Fitzgerald is suspiciously similar to Duke Ellington's equally famous observation that Fitzgerald was "beyond category." They were both right: Fitzgerald was much greater than any other jazz singer or any other female singer; over the course of a career that lasted 60 years, she consistently transcended genre, gender and just about everything else. How amazing is it that Fitzgerald was unquestionably… more »