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Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Rodgers and Hart Song Book

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01
Have You Met Miss Jones
3:43  
02
You Took Advantage of Me
3:31  
03
A Ship Without a Sail
4:12  
04
To Keep My Love Alive
3:38  
05
Dancing On the Ceiling
4:06  
06
The Lady Is a Tramp
3:16  
07
With a Song In My Heart
2:36  
08
Manhattan
2:47  
09
Johnny One Note
2:14  
10
I Wish I Were In Love Again
2:38  
11
Spring Is Here
3:42  
12
It Never Entered My Mind
4:10  
13
This Can't Be Love
2:58  
14
Thou Swell
2:06  
15
My Romance
3:44  
16
Where or when
2:49  
17
Little Girl Blue
3:55  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 17   Total Length: 56:05

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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 »

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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 »