Ella Fitzgerald - Blue Skies





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Published on Aug 24, 2009

Ella Fitzgerald - Blue Skies. Late Fifties. This is like Coltrane singing: Ella had a 'horn-like' improvisational ability, particularly in her scat singing, like she's doing here. Hope you like.

Recorded March 18, 1958 at Radio Recorders, Hollywood.

With Paul Weston's Orchestra: John Best, Pete Candoli, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Don Fagerquist, Mannie Klein (tpt); Edward Kusby, Dick Noel, William Schaefer (trmb); Juan Tizol (v trmb); Chuck Gentry, Matty Matlock, Ted Nash, Babe Russin, Fred Stulce (reeds); Paul Smith (p); Barney Kessel (g); Joe Mondragon (b); Alvin Stoller (d); Weston (arr, cond).

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  • Artist

    • Ella Fitzgerald
  • Writers

    • Irving Berlin
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    • UMG, WMG (on behalf of Verve Records); EMI Music Publishing, PEDL, Imagem Music (publishing) US, ASCAP, and 10 Music Rights Societies


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