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Compilation documents vocalist's growing popularity as a radio & recording star in the late 1920s, when she was being promoted as ''Society's Blues Singer'' - this volume features her songs ''Was It A Dream,'' ''For Old Time's Sake'' & ''Chiquita''; backing is provided by Rudy Vallee, Benny Goodman & Jimmy Dorsey. (Previously deleted:7/1/05. Original release date:4/11/00).
By Shout Factory
This Classic of Vocal Jazz from the Bethlehem Records Catalog is Back in Print! Bethlehem Records was a New York–based independent record label active in the 1950s and ’60s. It boasted an impressive array of jazz talent, including Duke Ellington, John Coltrane, Charles Mingus, Mel Tormé, Dexter Gordon, and many others. Shout! Factory is proud to be reissuing some of the key Bethlehem albums. This ambitious Bethlehem album from 1956 was the second-ever complete recording of Gershwin’s
By Polygram Records
mpn: 539033, ean: 0731453903326,
This eight-CD set is a sleek affair, packaged in a plain-Jane, silver-ribbed box with just a peephole in the center. The peephole, though, looks in on the fluorescent jewel cases, each of which faithfully reproduces fantastic Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald sets from July 1966 at France's Cote d'Azur. The Ellington tunes show his orchestra in long form, taking multiple sets (with some tune repetition across the CDs) and thriving in Ellington and Billy Strayhorn's tightly scripted ensemble