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Sings the Duke Ellington Songbook

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01
Rockin' in Rhythm
5:21  
02
Drop Me Off in Harlem
3:51  
03
Day Dream
4:01  
04
Caravan
3:56  
05
Take the "a" Train
6:42  
06
I Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues
4:44  
07
Clementine
2:41  
08
I Didn't Know About You
4:13  
09
I'm Beginning to See the Light
3:28  
10
Lost in Meditation
3:28  
11
Perdido
6:14  
12
Cotton Tail
3:27  
13
Do Nothing Till You Hear from Me
7:44  
14
Just a-Sittin' and a-Rockin'
3:34  
15
Solitude
2:10  
16
Rocks in My Bed
3:59  
17
Satin Doll
3:29  
18
Sophisticated Lady
5:21  
19
Just Squeeze Me (But Don't Tease Me)
4:17  
20
It Don't Mean a Thing
4:15  
21
Azure
2:23  
22
I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart
4:12  
23
In a Sentimental Mood
2:48  
24
Don't Get Around Much Anymore
5:02  
25
Prelude to a Kiss
5:30  
26
Mood Indigo
3:28  
27
In a Mellow Tone
5:12  
28
Love You Madly
4:42  
29
Lush Life
3:41  
30
Squatty Roo
3:43  
31
I'm Just a Lucky So-and-So
4:15  
32
All Too Soon
4:24  
33
Everything But You
2:58  
34
I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
6:15  
35
Bli-Blip
3:04  
36
Chelsea Bridge
3:26  
37
The E and D Blues (E for Ella, D for Duke)
5:04  
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Total Tracks: 37   Total Length: 157:02

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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 »