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Duets In Hannover 1975 - DVD (Cód: 2720984)

Ella Fitzgerald; Joe Pass

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Duets In Hannover 1975 - DVD



Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996) and Joe Pass (1929-1994) first crossed paths when recording the duo album Take Love Easy in 1973. This would mark Ella’s first duet album with a guitarist, and the experience went so well that both would embark on many tours working together and record three more LPs until the mid eighties, when Ella’s bad health forced her retirement
(paradoxically, however, Joe would die two years before Ella as the consequence of liver cancer, at the age of 65). The TV show presented here, which opens with Pass playing alone on six wonderful tunes, was made during a European tour that took place some months before the recording of their second album as a duet, titled precisely Fitzgerald & Pass… Again, taped on February 8, 1976. Thus, it presents some tunes that would be part of that LP, making this program (and probably the whole tour) a kind of rehearsal for the songs to be included on the studio album. That’s the case of “One Note Samba”,
“Nature Boy”, “The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)”. However, we have also here the only known versions by Ella and Joe as a duet of no less than six songs. That’s the case with “You Turned the Tables on Me”, “Cry Me a River”, “You Are the Sunshine of My Life”, “Avalon”, “Stormy Weather” and the classic “How High the Moon”, with which Ella closes the show inserting quotations of, among others, “Mack the Knife”, “Desafinado” and “Summertime”.

Faixas do DVD:

01 LAURA 4:20 (David Raksin-Johnny Mercer)
02 WAVE [VOU TE CONTAR] 5:26 (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
03 MY FUNNY VALENTINE 4:18 (Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart)
04 YOU STEPPED OUT OF A DREAM 4:43 (Nacio Herb Brown-Gus Kahn)
05 YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME 4:34 (Louis Alter-Sidney Mitchell)
06 DARN THAT DREAM 3:59 (Jimmy Van Heusen-Eddie DeLange)
07 YOU TURNED THE TABLES ON ME 4:32 (Louis Alter-Sidney Mitchell)
08 CRY ME A RIVER 5:24 (Arthur Hamilton)
09 NATURE BOY 4:12 (Eden Ahbez)
10 YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE 6:15 (Stevie Wonder)
11 AVALON 4:10 (DeSylva-Jolson-Rose)
12 STORMY WEATHER 5:22 (Harold Arlen-Ted Koehler)
13 ONE NOTE SAMBA 5:35 (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
14 THE ONE I LOVE [BELONGS TO SOMEBODY ELSE] 4:31 (Isham Jones-Gus Kahn)
15 HOW HIGH THE MOON 4:26 (Nancy Hamilton-Morgan Lewis)


Peso 0.11 Kg
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Marca SMV Entretenimento
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Duração Aproximada Aprox. 72 Min.
Cód. Barras 8436028695461
AutorElla Fitzgerald; Joe Pass