Ella Fitzgerald And Louis Armstrong / Ella And Louis Again Жанр: Vocal jazz Год записи альбома: July 23, July 31 and August 13, 1957 in Los Angeles Страна-производитель диска: USA Год издания диска: 2012 Издатель (лейбл): Analogue Production Номер по каталогу: CVRJ 4017 SA Страна: USA Тип рипа: PS3, image (ISO) Кодек: DSD 2.0 Битрейт аудио: 1 bit/2,8224 MHz Продолжительность: 44:22 Источник (релизер): pssacd Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: да Треклист: 1. Don’t Be That Way 05:01
2. Makin’ Whoopee 03:58
3. They All Laughed 03:50
4. Comes Love 02:30
5. Autumn In New York 06:00
6. Let’s Do It (Let’s Fall In Love) 08:43
7. Stompin’ At The Savoy 05:16
8. I Won’t Dance 04:49
9. Gee Baby Ain’t I Good To You 04:16
Об альбоме (сборнике)
Ella and Louis Again is a 1957 studio album by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. It is the “sequel” to their 1956 album, Ella and Louis, in contrast to their previous collaboration Ella and Louis, this album does not only feature duets. All Music Review Over the years, there have been different incarnations of Ella and Louis Again, which has been a single LP, a two-LP set, a single CD, and a two-CD audiophile set from Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab. There are no compelling reasons why someone who already owns the audiophile version of Ella and Louis Again that Mobile Fidelity put out in 1995 would find this 2003 version to be an essential purchase — Verve hasn’t added any alternate takes or bonus tracks, and this double CD contains the very same selections in the very same order. Nonetheless, Verve’s 2003 version is a nicely assembled reissue — very nicely, in fact. From attractive packaging to excellent digital remastering, Verve treats Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong’s 1957 duets with the respect they deserve. Verve maintains Norman Granz’ original liner notes — a wise move — but they have also added insightful new liner notes by John Sinclair. And the performances, of course, are first-rate. Stylistically, singer Fitzgerald and trumpeter/singer Armstrong had very different histories; he started out in Dixieland before branching out into classic jazz and swing, whereas Fitzgerald started out as a swing-oriented big-band vocalist before becoming an expert bebopper. But the two of them have no problem finding common ground on Ella and Louis Again, which is primarily a collection of vocal duets (with the backing of a solid rhythm section led by pianist Oscar Peterson). One could nit-pick about the fact that Satchmo doesn’t take more trumpet solos, but the artists have such a strong rapport as vocalists that the trumpet shortage is only a minor point. Seven selections find either Fitzgerald or Armstrong singing without the other, although they’re together more often than not on this fine reissue.
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http://www.stevehoffman.tv/forums/showthread.php?t=235713&page=5 We are in the process of working to secure the rights to another 25 Verve titles, with plans to again release them on 45-RPM LP and SACD. While we can’t guarantee that this reissue series will in fact come to market, those are our plans. Also, should this second set of 25 Verves come available, it won’t be for at least a few years. However, if we do reissue that second set of 25 titles, we do plan to include the second part of the Ella and Louis Again. Thank you for your inquiry. Nate Lennox Acoustic Sounds, Inc.