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Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Harald Arlen Songbook, Vol. 2 (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks - 1961)

Ella Fitzgerald, Billy May and His Orchestra

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1
When the Sun Comes Out
00:05:10

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Ted Koehler, Writer

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2
Come Rain or Come Shine
00:03:24

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Johnny Mercer, Writer

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3
As Long as I Live
00:03:48

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Ted Koehler, Writer

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4
Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe
00:03:31

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - E Yip Harburg, Writer

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5
It's Only a Paper Moon
00:03:37

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - E Yip Harburg, Writer - Billy Rose, Writer

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6
The Man That Got Away
00:05:21

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Ira Gershwin, Writer

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7
One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)
00:03:59

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Johnny Mercer, Writer

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8
It Was Written in the Stars
00:05:12

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Leo Robin, Writer

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9
Get Happy
00:03:34

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Ted Koehler, Writer

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10
I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues
00:05:13

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Ted Koehler, Writer

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11
Out of This World
00:02:46

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Johnny Mercer, Writer

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12
Over the Rainbow
00:04:21

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Billy May And His Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - E Yip Harburg, Writer

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13
That Old Black Magic (Decca) Bonus Tracks
00:02:33

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Benny Carter Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Johnny Mercer, Writer

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14
Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (Decca) Bonus Tracks
00:02:19

Ella Fitzgerald, Performer - Benny Carter Orchestra, Performer - Arlen Harold, Composer - Ted Koehler, Writer

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