Ella Fitzgerald/Louis Armstrong
Ella & Louis Again =45rpm 2LP=200g

  2 x LP   180grs   45rpm     Quality record pressing=limited 

Originally released in 1957 - 2012 US limited edition 2LP set on 200 gram vinyl =There isn't much one can say about an album whose title is Ella And Louis Again. The again obviously means they've already done one album together, and beyond that wh...

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Release date:17-04-2012(Originally released in 1957)

2012 US limited edition 2LP set on 200 gram vinyl =There isn't much one can say about an album whose title is Ella And Louis Again. The again obviously means they've already done one album together,  and beyond that what can you say about two people like Ella and Louis. I doubt that theres anyone today who loves music who doesn't know Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. About all that can be pointed out I suppose is that weve again selected some of the best product of some of the best songwriters of our age.  The backing with the Oscar Peterson Trio and Louis Bellson substituting for Buddy Rich remains as in the first album quiet discreet swinging Norman Granz from the original liner notes of Ella and Louis Again stickered & sealed

A1 Dont Be That Way
A2 Makin Woopee
A3 They All Laughed
A4 Comes Love
A5 Autumn In New York
B1 Lets Do It Lets Fall In Love
B2 Stompin At The Savoy
B3 I Wont Dance
B4 Gee Baby Aint I Good To You

C1 Lets Call The Whole Thing Off
C2 These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You
C3 Ive Got My Love To Keep Me Warm
C4 Willow Weep For Me
C5 Im Puttin All My Eggs In One Basket

D1 A Fine Romance
D2 Ill Wind
D3 Love Is Here To Stay
D4 I Get A Kick Out Of You
D5 Learnin The Blues

Its impossible not to praise these recordings to the skies The two musicians Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong are a sure guarantee for swing and expressiveness for musicality and for mutual understanding One might even go as far as saying that they were the very epitome of jazz between 1930 and 1960 that they were the best of the best as regards quality that they achieved remarkable success and were extremely popular And to crown it all Oscar Peterson and his Trio a fantastically groovy rhythm group were invited to join them in the studio
&nbspThe numbers are all from the Great American Songbook and are easily recognizable the introduction has hardly got underway before your feet are tapping to the beat of Don't Be That Way right up to Learning The Blues And it is between these two poles swing and the blues that music is made Producer Norman Granz certainly had a stroke of genius when he signed Ella and Louis to his Verve label And the recordings brought both the two musicians and him excellent sales figures

If you have never heard these 19 numbers then let yourself be seduced by Ella and Louis into the world of jazz just like the present author 40 years ago Those who have heard these titles over and over again will certainly discover previously unheard subtleties sophistication and an astounding rapport between the musicians in this rerelease

Recording Juli and August 1957 in Los Angeles
Production Norman Granz

Discs: 2
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 45
Extra info: Quality record pressing=limited
Label: Analogue Productions
Originally released: 1957
This release: 2012
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