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Ella Fitzgerald - Sweet and Hot album mp3
Standards,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz,American Popular Song
  • Performer:
    Ella Fitzgerald
  • Title:
    Sweet and Hot
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  • Style:
    Standards,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz,American Popular Song
  • Date of release:
    December 31, 1953
  • Recording date:
    April 27, 1955 - June 26, 1952
  • Duration:
  • Size FLAC version
    1935 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1838 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1226 megabytes
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Sweet and Hot is a 1955 studio album by Ella Fitzgerald, issued on the Decca Records label. The album features tracks recorded during the early 1950s, that had been previously issued on 78rpm single. MCA Records re-issued the complete album on CD, in 1998, together with the 1955 album Lullabies of Birdland. Ella Fitzgerald – vocals. André Prévin and Orchestra – Track 1–4 (Recorded in 1955). John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra – Track 5–6 (Recorded in 1953).

Solo Vocal – Ella Fitzgerald. Distinguishing features of this submission: Material difference- Styrene. 1. 5" in diameter; pings hollow when tapped on the side. Black Decca(R) labels with silver text and Long Play 33 1/3 RPM bottom rim text, in use 1954- 1960. BSN pubs confirms the release year, 1955.

Album originally released in 1955 as Decca DL 8155. Tracks on the album were also issued on Decca EPs. 5, 6 Philip Shuken typoed as Phil Sundel.

Sweet and Hot. Ella Fitzgerald. Sweet and Hot Tracklist. Thanks for the Memory Lyrics. 2. It Might As Well Be Spring Lyrics. 3. You'll Never Know Lyrics. Verve Reissues.

Listen to Sweet And Hot (Originals) by Ella Fitzgerald on Deezer. Writer: Oscar Hammerstein II - Richard Rodgers, Composers: Oscar Hammerstein II - Richard Rodgers. 03. You'll Never Know. Sweet And Hot (Originals). Writer: Mack Gordon, Composers: Harry Warren. 04. I Can't Get Started. Writer: Ira Gershwin - Vernon Duke, Composers: Ira Gershwin - Vernon Duke. 05. Moanin' Low. Writer: Howard Dietz - Ralph Rainger, Composers: Howard Dietz - Ralph Rainger. 06. Taking A Chance On Love.

Sweet and Hot is a vocal jazz music album recording by ELLA FITZGERALD released in 1955 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Thanks to snobb for the updates. Lullabies of Birdland//Sweet & Hot Universal 1998. Sweet And Hot by Ella Fit gerald (2007-06-05) Brunswick. Sweet And Hot Part 1 - Ella Fitzgerald 7" 45 Brunswick.

The "hot" are the side-B sizzlers where Ella really cuts loose. She does I Can't Get Started; Moanin' Low; Old Devil Moon; (If You Can't Sing It) You'll Have to Swing It; You'll Never Know, and more! 1952-1955 recordings. Thanks For The Memory.


Harold Arlen - Composer
Warren Baker - Sax (Tenor)
Everett Barksdale - Guitar
Sandy Block - Bass
Mort Bullman - Trombone
Buddy Cole - Piano
Sid Cooper - Sax (Alto)
Sam Coslow - Composer
Jimmy Crawford - Drums
Howard Dietz - Composer
Vernon Duke - Composer
Ziggy Elman - Trumpet
Nick Fatool - Drums
Ted Fetter - Composer
Ella Fitzgerald - Primary Artist, Vocals
Ira Gershwin - Composer
Mack Gordon - Composer
Al Grey - Trombone
Robert Guy - Trumpet
Oscar Hammerstein II - Composer
E.Y. "Yip" Harburg - Composer
Dave Harris - Sax (Alto)
Bob Irwin - Mastering
Dick Jacobs - Sax (Tenor)
Hank Jones - Piano
Taft Jordan - Trumpet
Hollis King - Art Direction
Ted Koehler - Composer
Burton Lane - Composer
John Latouche - Composer
Matty Matlock - Sax (Alto)
Kazumi Matsumoto - Design
Wendell Mayhew - Trombone
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Red Nichols - Trumpet
Jimmy Nottingham - Trumpet
Sy Oliver - Arranger, Conductor, Orchestra Director
Jayme Pieruzzi - Mastering
André Previn - Conductor, Orchestra Director
Bernie Privin - Trumpet
Ralph Rainger - Composer
Leo Robin - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Sigmund Romberg - Composer
Philip Stephens - Bass
John Scott Trotter - Conductor, Orchestra Director
Ted Vesely - Trombone
Harry Warren - Composer
Larry Wright - Sax (Baritone)
Milt Yaner - Sax (Alto)

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Thanks for the Memory Ralph Rainger / Leo Robin Ella Fitzgerald 2:28
2 It Might as Well Be Spring Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers Ella Fitzgerald 2:42
3 You'll Never Know Mack Gordon / Harry Warren Ella Fitzgerald 3:09
4 I Can't Started Vernon Duke / Ira Gershwin Ella Fitzgerald 3:06
5 Moanin' Low Howard Dietz / Ralph Rainger Ella Fitzgerald 2:42
6 Taking a Chance on Love Vernon Duke / Ted Fetter / John Latouche Ella Fitzgerald 3:08
7 That Old Black Magic Harold Arlen / Johnny Mercer Ella Fitzgerald 2:30
8 Old Devil Moon E.Y. "Yip" Harburg / Burton Lane Ella Fitzgerald 2:59
9 Lover, Come Back to Me Oscar Hammerstein II / Sigmund Romberg Ella Fitzgerald 2:01
10 Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler Ella Fitzgerald 2:17
11 (If You Can't Sing It) You'll Have to Swing It (Mr. Paganini) Sam Coslow Ella Fitzgerald 5:08

If we bear in mind that this is arguably the finest single voice in the history of Jazz, and this is her reaching her peak(which she admittedly maintains for a couple of decades), we need to be giving it 5 stars, not 3. The Benny Carter accompanied tracks (most of side 2 on vinyl) are especially fine, just for being proper jazz, not just a swinging studio orchestra. Probably the finest vocal moment is saved until last, with her (if you can't sing it) You'll have to swing it, where she scats like a horn player, with the Sy Oliver Orchestra.