Sings Rodgers & Hart Song Book

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レーベル:Polygram Records
カテゴリ:CD
JAN:0731453725829
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Disc : 1
  1. Have You Met Miss Jones?
  2. You Took Advantage Of Me
  3. A Ship Without A Sail
  4. To Keep My Love Alive
  5. Dancing On The Ceiling
  6. The Lady Is A Tramp
  7. With A Song In My Heart
  8. Manhattan
  9. Johnny One Note
  10. I Wish I Were In Love Again
  11. Spring Is Here
  12. It Never Entered My Mind
  13. This Can't Be Love
  14. Thou Swell
  15. My Romance
  16. Where Or When
  17. Little Girl Blue
Disc : 2
  1. Give It Back To The Indians
  2. Ten Cents A Dance
  3. There's A Small Hotel
  4. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
  5. Ev'rything I've Got
  6. I Could Write A Book
  7. The Blue Room
  8. My Funny Valentine
  9. Bewitched
  10. Mountain Greenery
  11. Wait Till You See Her
  12. Lover - Stereo Take
  13. Isn't It Romantic?
  14. Here In My Arms
  15. Blue Moon
  16. My Heart Stood Still
  17. I've Got Five Dollars
  18. Lover - Monaural Take
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Only Frank Sinatra has put his indelible stamp on as many pages of the American Popular Songbook as Ella Fitzgerald. But while Sinatra specialized in mood-themed albums (his composer-based collections were compiled from material already released), Fitzgerald's ambitious songbooks devoted themselves to one great songwriter after another: Cole Porter, the Gershwins, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, Harold Arlen, and so on. Her two-volume Rodgers and Hart project ranks with the best, and if Buddy Bergman's arrangements are a bit sweeter than his Cole Porter settings, or Nelson Riddle's Gershwin treatments, they suit the material just fine. And what a wide range of material it is (with original verses intact!), intermingling novelty show tunes ("Give It Back to the Indians," "Johnny One Note"), sophisticated standards ("Manhattan," "Blue Moon," "The Lady Is a Tramp"), and lush ballads ("Isn't It Romantic," "It Never Entered My Mind"). But the most exquisite thing Fitzgerald ever recorded is her seven-minute "Bewitched" (a.k.a. "Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered") on volume 2, casting a spell of hushed reverie that makes time stand still. --Jim Emerson
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