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Ella Fitzgerald With Bill Doggett - Rhythm Is My Business download album

  • Performer: Ella Fitzgerald
  • Title: Rhythm Is My Business
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: DXD DTS AHX MP4 VQF AC3 MP1
  • Released: 1962
  • MP3 album: 1560 mb
  • FLAC album: 1625 mb
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Ella Fitzgerald With Bill Doggett - Rhythm Is My Business download album

Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Doggett. Ella Fitzgerald, Bill Doggett - Rhythm Is My Business ‎(LP). 80 184. Ella Fitzgerald. Rhythm Is My Business ‎(LP, Album).

Rhythm Is My Business is a 1962 studio album by the American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald. The album was recorded with a big band and arranged and conducted by the American R&B organist Bill Doggett. For the 1962 Verve LP release; Verve MG V-4056.

Bonus tracks 14 to 23 Ella Fitzgerald ( vocals ) Don Abney ( pno ) Wendell Marshall ( bass ) Jo Jones ( drs ) Recorded live at the Newport Jazz Festival, 4th July 1957. On this album we have examples of both sides of Ella Fitzgerald, on the first thirteen tracks we have Ella in the studio with the orchestra arranged and conducted by organist Bill Doggett with an all star line up of musicians. On the final ten tracks we have Ella in a live situation at the 1957 Newport Jazz Festival.

Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett Orchestra – I Can't Face The Music (Rhythm Is My Business, Verve), 05:02. Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett Orchestra Hallelujah I Love Him So (Rhythm Is My Business, Verve). Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett Orchestra Laughin' On The Outside (Rhythm Is My Business, Verve). Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett Orchestra No Moon At All (Rhythm Is My Business, Verve). Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett Orchestra I Can't Face The Music (Rhythm Is My Business, Verve).

Ella Fitzgerald & Bill Doggett Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Ella Fitzgerald & Bill Doggett Lyrics. 1. After You've Gone.

Rhythm Is My Business. Organist Bill Doggett had a rare chance on this album to write swinging charts for a big band. Ella Fitzgerald is in the spotlight throughout, mostly singing swing-era songs along with a couple of newer pieces, such as "Hallelujah I Love Him So" and "No Moon at Al. "I Can't Face the Music" is the longest performance at 5:01, and all but three of the other selections are under three minutes, so there is no real stretching out. However, Ella's voice was in its prime, and the charts are excellent.

Rhythm Is My Business by Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett. Ella Fitzgerald with Bill Doggett. Turner Layton, Henry Creamer. Originally by Henry Burr & Albert Campbell. Hallelujah I Love Him So. Originally by Ray Charles. I Can't Face the Music. Ted Koehler, Rube Bloom. Originally by Larry Clinton & His Orchestra. I'll Always Be in Love with You. Bud Green, Sam Stept, Herman Ruby. Originally by Morton Downey. Laughin' on the Outside. Bernie Wayne, Ben Raleigh. Originally by Dinah Shore. No Moon at All. Redd Evans, David Mann

Tracklist

A1 Broadway 2:43
A2 Rough Ridin' 2:50
B1 Hallelujah I Love Him So 2:30
B2 No Moon At All 2:36


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