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Ella simply is what great pop singing is all about.
If you need a reason why it's
worth all the trouble to develop a beautiful voice, achieve perfect intonation, a flawless sense of
rhythm, concentrate on the Great American Songbook and work with the best musicians, you need
look no further than Lady Ella Fitzgerald.
Previous broadcasts of the GAS Audio Edition are archived in our Listen to the Lady section. If you are having difficulty accessing our streaming RealAudio shows,
they are also available in downloadable format.
In the final segment of this GAS Audio Edition interview with author Will Friedwald, we learn a little about the personal life of the late Ella Fitzgerald, and host Marty Lucas asks about the present and future influence of the First Lady of Song. Musical Selection: "Angel Eyes" (Matt Dennis-Earl K. Brent) Sy Oliver, arranger and conductor, with his orchestra. Recorded June 26, 1952. Decca 83012/De 28707.
Next on GAS Audio Edition: The personal life of the late Ella Fitzgerald, and her present and future influence on music.
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