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Duke Ellington - Duke's Singing Ladies (2003)

17-11-2014, 21:08
Music | Jazz | Vocal Jazz | Easy Listening | Oldies | FLAC / APE

Duke Ellington - Duke's Singing Ladies (2003)

Artist: Duke Ellington
Title Of Album: Duke's Singing Ladies
Year Of Release: 2003
Label: Saga Sarl
Genre: Vocal Jazz, Easy Listening
Total Time: 1:13:10
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 176 mb (Digital Booklet)

It’s well known that Duke liked women. It’s not so well known that he appreciated good lady-singers, and invented some shimmering settings to put them to advantage. From Ivie Anderson, the most loyal, to passing stars (Ethel Waters, Billie Holiday…) here are twenty-one voices sometimes used as the most beautiful instrument in the whole orchestra.


01 All God’s Chillun Got Rhythm (1937)
Ivie Anderson
02 On a Turquoise Cloud (1947)
Kay Davis
03 Take the ‘A’ Train (1952)
Betty Roché
04 I’m Beginning to See the Light (1944)
Joya Sherrill
05 I Don’t Mind (1945)
Marie Ellington
06 It Don’t Mean a Thing (1945)
Marie Ellington, Joya Sherrill & Kay Davis
07 Take Love Easy (1947)
Dolores Parker
08 St. Louis Blues (1946)
Marion Cox
09 Love You Madly (1950)
Yvonne Lanauze
10 Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me (1951)
Thelma Carpenter
11 I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me (1945)
Anita O’Day
12 On the Sunny Side of the Street (1949)
Lu Elliott
13 Juke Bop Boogie (1950)
Chubby Kemp
14 Blues (Big City Blues) (1934)
Billie Holiday
15 I Can’t Give You Anything but Love, Baby (1932)
Ethel Waters
16 Baby! (1932)
Adelaide Hall
17 If You Can’t Hold the Man You Love (1927)
Evelyn Preer
18 The Mooche (1928)
Baby Cox
19 Troubled Waters (1934)
Ivie Anderson
20 Something to Live For (1939)
Jean Eldridge
21 If You’re Ever in My Arms Again (1937)
Sue Mitchell
22 Swingtime in Honolulu (1938)
Jerry Kruger
23 Lost in Meditation (1938)
Mary McHugh
24 Solitude (1940)
Ivie Anderson

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