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"This album is the companion record to ELLA FITZGERALD SINGS THE HAROLD ARLEN SONG BOOK VOL. 1 V/V6 " Label and runout show "VG" for Side A and "VG" for Side B. Other Versions (5 of 15) View All4/5(1).
The space is HUGE and the sound so rich. Prodigious amounts of Tubey Magic as well, which is key to the best sounding copies. The sound needs weight, warmth and tubes or you might as well be playing a CD. What the best sides of Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Harold Arlen Songbook, Vol. 2 .
The man that got away. No more his eager call, The writing's on the wall, The dreams you dreamed have all Gone astray. The man that won you Has run off and undone you. That great beginning Has seen it's final inning, Don't know what happened It's all a crazy game. No more that all-time thrill For you've been through the mill, And never a new.
Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Harold Arlen Song Book is a (see in music) album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, with a studio orchestra conducted and arranged by Billy May. This album marked the only time that Fitzgerald worked with May.
Considered near the pinnacle of vocal jazz (along with Frank Sinatra's string of Capitol LPs), Ella Fitzgerald's eight Verve songbooks codified the canon of American Popular Song (uppercased) and continued to prove the best venue for learning what that phrase meant even 50 years after its genesis. (It's no wonder that the series even caused no less a figure than Ira Gershwin to amend the.