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  • Voramar says:
    Shop We Love Ella! - A Tribute To The First Lady Of Song [DVD] []. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible rostpropexaremanbrigyswitesurus.xyzinfos:
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    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for We Love Ella! A Tribute to the First Lady Of Song [DVD] - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  • Kigakinos says:
    Get this from a library! We all love Ella: celebrating the first lady of song.. [Rob Mounsey; Natalie Cole; Chaka Khan; Queen Latifah; Diana Krall; Hank Jones; Dianne Reeves; Lizz Wright; Ledisi; Linda Ronstadt; Gladys Knight; Etta James; k d lang; Michael Bublé; Ella Fitzgerald; Stevie Wonder; Nikki Yanofsky;] -- An all-star tribute to Ella Fitzgerald by today's pop, jazz, blues and R & B.
  • Dim says:
    The production quality of the tribute to Ella Fitzgerald is a testament to the landmark career of this legendary artist. As hosts, Natalie Cole and Quincy Jones provided a credible perspective on the historical and artistic aspects of Ella's contribution to 20th century music (in America and around the world) as well as on today's artists/5(28).
  • Nezil says:
    Jun 06,  · As many wonderful vintage television clips reveal in “We Love Ella! A Tribute to the First Lady of Song,” Fitzgerald, who would have turned 90 on April 25, was subject to the same laws of.
  • Tetaxe says:
    Dubbed the "First Lady of Song," Fitzgerald has clearly earned her title, recording about 70 long playing albums and more than 2, different songs on the gramophone format. She worked with fellow legendary artists such as Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, Sarah Vaughan, Dizzy Gillespie and Benny Goodman and even performed in a few movies.
  • Zulkisho says:
    Jun 05,  · Co-hosted reverently by her friend Quincy Jones and Natalie Cole, We Love Ella! A Tribute to the First Lady of Song is truly a tribute Ella would have appreciated. Ella .
  • Mezigore says:
    Despite her name on the cover and her photos in the credits, Ella Fitzgerald's shadow doesn't loom over this tribute album, which is a good thing. A succession of female vocalists (plus Michael Bublé and Stevie Wonder) pay tribute to Fitzgerald with their own interpretations of her best-known standards. Despite the fact that few of the singers originated with jazz vocals (most started in R&B 7/

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