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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 2. Oktober 2020 | Verve

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Das beim Label Verve veröffentlichte Ella in Berlin: Mack the Knife zählt zu den berühmtesten live eingespielten Jazz-Alben der Geschichte. Zwei Jahre nach diesem legendären Konzert am 13. Februar 1960 kommt die amerikanische Sängerin für eine weitere erstklassige Aufführung wieder in die deutsche Stadt, aber diese blieb bisher unveröffentlicht und wurde nun im Archiv von Ellas Manager und Labelboss, Norman Granz, wieder ausgegraben.Der Mitschnitt stammt aus dem Konzert vom 25. März 1962 im Berliner Sportpalast, dieses Mal aber mit dem Pianisten Paul Smith, dem Kontrabassisten Wilfred Middlebrooks und dem Schlagzeuger Stan Levey. Dieser Auftritt ist zwar nicht unbedingt mit dem vorigen zu vergleichen, zeigt aber erneut Ella Fitzgerald am Gipfel ihrer Kunst. Aus ihrem Mund hört man Klassiker von Gershwin, Jerome Kern und Leuten wie Cole Porter, die bei ihr immer eine einzigartige und persönliche Dimension erreichen. Was Mack the Knife betrifft, so hat sie sich dieses Mal Zeit genommen, den Text zu lernen, was bei der legendären Version im Jahr 1960 nicht der Fall gewesen war. Allein ihre Neuinterpretation von Ray Charles’ Hallelujah, I Love Him So macht letztendlich dieses Ella: The Lost Berlin Tapes unumgänglich. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1963 | Verve

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Along with her Rodgers and Hart collection, this is one of the best of Ella Fitzgerald's songbooks. Fitzgerald's assured and elegant voice is a perfect match for Mercer's urbane lyrics and Nelson Riddle's supple arrangements. In light of this decorous setting, it's not surprising that Mercer's swagger-heavy numbers like "I Wanna Be Around" and "One More For My Baby" are skipped in favor of more poised selections such as "Early Autumn" and "Skylark." Even traditionally hard-swinging numbers such as "Day In Day Out" and "Something's Gotta Give" are kept in check with Riddle's vaporous, flute-heavy backing and Fitzgerald's velvet tone. Slower numbers like "Laura" and "Midnight Sun" add dramatic contrast with their enigmatic tonal backdrops and elongated vocal phrasing. Fitzgerald's Mercer songbook has become something of an overlooked gem partly because of the popularity of her Cole Porter and Gershwin collections. It's a shame, because this songbook is beautifully executed by Fitzgerald and Riddle and contains wonderful Mercer collaborations with, among others, Harold Arlen and Hoagy Charmichael. This is definitely one for any Fitzgerald fan and not a bad introduction to her vast catalog. © Stephen Cook /TiVo
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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1963 | Verve

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Ella Fitzgerald is rightfully adored for her superb, often-definitive interpretations of Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, Rodgers & Hart, and Gershwin tunes, which are well documented in her Song Book series. The addition of Sings the Jerome Kern Song Book to Fitzgerald's discography is welcome. Recorded in 1963, the album proves Fitzgerald's voice as golden as ever. Yet age was beginning to color her singing a bit, and that texture adds a beautiful dimension to songs like the dark "Why Was I Born?" and the yearning "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man." Nelson Riddle's charts are typically smart and swinging, with a lush, full sound that balances punch and lyricism. Fitzgerald's ebullient delivery and honey-rich timbre bring out the humor of "A Fine Romance," the wistfulness of "I'm Old Fashioned," and the tender romance of "The Way You Look Tonight," putting her distinctive stamp on each. It's sure to please fans of Kern and big-band standards, and for aficionados of Fitzgerald's other Song Book albums, this is a must. © Anthony Tognazzini /TiVo
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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1964 | Verve Reissues

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1963 | Verve

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2003 | Fantasy Records

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 2. Dezember 2005 | Rhino Atlantic

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2007 | Verve Reissues

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1994 | GRP

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2011 | Verve Reissues

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1964 | Verve

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Along with her Rodgers and Hart collection, this is one of the best of Ella Fitzgerald's songbooks. Fitzgerald's assured and elegant voice is a perfect match for Mercer's urbane lyrics and Nelson Riddle's supple arrangements. In light of this decorous setting, it's not surprising that Mercer's swagger-heavy numbers like "I Wanna Be Around" and "One More For My Baby" are skipped in favor of more poised selections such as "Early Autumn" and "Skylark." Even traditionally hard-swinging numbers such as "Day In Day Out" and "Something's Gotta Give" are kept in check with Riddle's vaporous, flute-heavy backing and Fitzgerald's velvet tone. Slower numbers like "Laura" and "Midnight Sun" add dramatic contrast with their enigmatic tonal backdrops and elongated vocal phrasing. Fitzgerald's Mercer songbook has become something of an overlooked gem partly because of the popularity of her Cole Porter and Gershwin collections. It's a shame, because this songbook is beautifully executed by Fitzgerald and Riddle and contains wonderful Mercer collaborations with, among others, Harold Arlen and Hoagy Charmichael. This is definitely one for any Fitzgerald fan and not a bad introduction to her vast catalog. © Stephen Cook /TiVo
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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1979 | Pablo

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1959 | Verve Reissues

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2001 | Verve

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1997 | Verve

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 8. April 2008 | Rhino - Warner Records

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1999 | Verve

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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1964 | Verve

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Along with her Rodgers and Hart collection, this is one of the best of Ella Fitzgerald's songbooks. Fitzgerald's assured and elegant voice is a perfect match for Mercer's urbane lyrics and Nelson Riddle's supple arrangements. In light of this decorous setting, it's not surprising that Mercer's swagger-heavy numbers like "I Wanna Be Around" and "One More For My Baby" are skipped in favor of more poised selections such as "Early Autumn" and "Skylark." Even traditionally hard-swinging numbers such as "Day In Day Out" and "Something's Gotta Give" are kept in check with Riddle's vaporous, flute-heavy backing and Fitzgerald's velvet tone. Slower numbers like "Laura" and "Midnight Sun" add dramatic contrast with their enigmatic tonal backdrops and elongated vocal phrasing. Fitzgerald's Mercer songbook has become something of an overlooked gem partly because of the popularity of her Cole Porter and Gershwin collections. It's a shame, because this songbook is beautifully executed by Fitzgerald and Riddle and contains wonderful Mercer collaborations with, among others, Harold Arlen and Hoagy Charmichael. This is definitely one for any Fitzgerald fan and not a bad introduction to her vast catalog. © Stephen Cook /TiVo
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Jazzgesang - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1990 | Fantasy Records

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