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  1. – Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong: Can Anyone Explain? 4 – Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong: Would You Like To Take A Walk? 5 – Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong: Who Walks In When I Walk Out? 6 – Ella Fitzgerald with The Ink Spots: Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall: 7 – Ella Fitzgerald with The.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Cheek to Cheek: The Complete Duet Recordings - Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald on AllMusic -
  3. Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong were revolutionary jazz musicians, and by joining together to create music, they helped transform the world of rhythm and blues. Already distinguished jazz musicians, Fitzgerald and Armstrong’s unique vocal timbres complement each other over a jazzy, brassy accompaniment which pleasantly delights the /5(58).
  4. Apr 06,  · For the first time, all of Ella & Louis' classic duets are in one place. This 4CD set gathers their timeless three Verve albums newly remastered versions of Ella and Louis, Ella and Louis Again and Porgy and Bess combining them with their eight Decca singles, live recordings from Jazz at the Hollywood Bowl plus several alternates & false starts from the Decca & Verve eras, illuminating their /5(38).
  5. Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong - Dream A Little Dream Of Me / Can Anyone Explain ‎ (Shellac, 10") Decca3/5(1).
  6. EU-only gm vinyl LP pressing with deluxe inner sleeve and digital download. Louis Armstrong's career began nearly 15 years before Ella Fitzgerald's. in fact, Louis was one of Ella's first musical idols and even at the early stages of her career she would perform a song in her program imitating Louis' voice. This routine is her humorous way of paying homage to Louis.
  7. Ella and Louis is an inspired collaboration, masterminded by producer Norman Granz. Both artists were riding high at this stage in their careers, and Granz assembled a stellar quartet of Oscar Peterson (piano), Buddy Rich (drums), Herb Ellis (guitar) and Ray Brown (bass). Equally inspired was the choice of material, with the gruffness of Armstrong's voice blending like magic with Fitzgerald's.
  8. This is the version to get - it's the real Verve pressing and sounds phenomenal. Their 'backup' players are the Oscar Peterson trio - it's a top-to-bottom line-up of all stars! If you don't already have this and you like jazz/Louis Armstrong/Ella Fitzgerald, just get this/5().
  9. The collaborations between Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong have attracted much attention over the years. The artists were both widely known icons not just in the areas of big band, jazz, and swing music but across 20th century popular music in general. The two African-American musicians produced three official releases together in Ella and Louis (), Ella and Louis Again (), and.

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