Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong - Ella And Louis Again (Mono)


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Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound & Cut from the Absolute Original Analog Master Tapes!
Pressed at Quality Record Pressings!


Ella and Louis. No last names are necessary, and no explanation is needed for why this was a musical match made in jazz heaven.

Ella and Louis Again was recorded a year after the classic Ella and Louis, and it is a triumphant reunion - the level of artistry is just as high, the magic just as potent. With stellar support from the Oscar Peterson Trio and drummer Louie Bellson, and a repertoire that digs deep into the Great American Songbook, these two masters offer a textbook example of how this music should be sung-and swung.

"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 there's 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 we've 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

Features:
• Numbered, Limited Edition
• Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound!
• Cut from the Absolute Original Analog Master Tapes!
• 200 Gram, 45rpm 2LP
• Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
• Mono

Musicians:
Ella Fitzgerald
Louis Armstrong
Oscar Peterson, piano
Herb Ellis, guitar
Ray Brown, bass
Louis Bellson, drums


Selections:
Side 1:

1. Don't Be That Way
2. Makin' Whoopee
3. They All Laughed
4. Comes Love
5. Autumn In New York
Side 2:
1. Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)
2. Stompin' At The Savoy
3. I Won't Dance
4. Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You


Recorded July and August 1957 in Hollywood.

Additional Information

Record Label Analogue Productions (Verve)
Music Genre Jazz