The universal appeal of Ella Fitzgerald mede her the favourite amongst female jazz singers. Her popularity transcended catergories and crossed over the arbitrary boundaries imposed by age and ethnicity. Ella's career was long, complex and rich in paradox. She was a product of the swing era, which certainly helped to establish her name with an audience beyond that for jazz. She was one of the first singers to embrace bebop's harmonic innovations. Ella's ability to make musical sense out of the spaciest intervals and harmonic patterns imaginable established her as on of the most important minds in modern jazz.
Disc 11. Love And Kisses 3:17
Disc 21. F.D.R Jones 2:54
Disc 31. Five O'Clock Whistle 3:07
Disc 41. I'm Beginning To See The Light 2:40