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Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Song Book [2 SACD]

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Artiste: Ella Fitzgerald
Chanson: Lets Do It (Let's Fall In Love)
Album: Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook

Ella Fitzgerald, née le 25 avril 1917 à Newport News et morte le 15 juin 1996 à Beverly Hills, est une chanteuse de jazz américaine.

From the 1956 Verve album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Song Book.

Lyrics:

I know too well that I'm just wasting precious time
In thinking such a thing could be
That you could ever care for me

I'm sure you hate to hear
That I adore you, dear
But grant me
Just the same
I'm not entirely to blame
For love

You'd be so easy to love
So easy to idolize
All others above
So worth the yearning for
So swell to keep every home fire burning for
We'd be so grand at the game
So carefree together
That it does seem a shame
That you can't see
Your future with me
'Cause you'd be oh, so easy to love

We'd be so grand at the game
So carefree together
That it does seem a shame
That you can't see
Your future with me
'Cause you'd be oh, so easy to love

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Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Cole Porter Songbook By Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Cole Porter Songbook is a 1956 studio album by American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, accompanied by a studio orchestra conducted and arranged by Buddy Bregman, focusing on the songs of Cole Porter.
This was Fitzgerald's first album for the newly created Verve Records. Fitzgerald's time on the Verve label would see her produce her most highly acclaimed recordings, at the peak of her vocal powers. This album inaugurated Fitzgerald's Songbook series, each of the eight albums in the series focusing on a different composer of the canon known as the Great American Songbook. Fitzgerald's manager, (and the producer of many of her albums), Norman Granz, visited Cole Porter at the Waldolf-Astoria, and played him this entire album. Afterwards, Porter merely remarked, "My, what marvellous diction that girl has". This album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2000, which is a special Grammy award established in 1973 to honor recordings that are at least twenty-five years old, and that have "qualitative or historical significance." In 2003, it was one of 50 recordings chosen by the Library of Congress to be added to the National Recording Registry.