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8 thoughts on “ Lullaby Of The Leaves - Ella Fitzgerald - Hello, Dolly! (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Ella Fitzgerald's album entitled Hello, Dolly! represents a fine example of what Fitzgerald could do in the realm of pop music. Ella's voice in was quite potent and /5(10).
  2. Find Ella Fitzgerald discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Ella & Ray: Jazz Live () Hello, Dolly! Verve Ella at Juan-Les-Pins: Universal / Verve
  3. Though she recorded often during the early '60s, Ella Fitzgerald had mostly been seen in jazz settings, whether small group (Bill Doggett) or big band (Count Basie). Hello, Dolly!, recorded early in , offered her a chance to record with an orchestra in the background and a list of popular crossover songs on the gelolermacohedibficountmoucomti.co first three were all big hits during early , the opening title.
  4. Lullaby of the Leaves, originally recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, was one of the lesser known songs on ’s Hello Dolly and like with how they approached Strange Fruit on Seesaw, they transformed the song into a delicate but brooding and cinematic offering.
  5. Lullaby of the Leaves by Ella Fitzgerald was written by Bernice Petkere and Joe Young [US1] and was first recorded and released by Connie Boswell in Ella Fitzgerald released it on the album Hello, Dolly! in It was covered by Sweet Lowdowns, The Michael Coldin Septet, Evans & Coppola, Russ Freeman [1] & Shelly Manne and other artists.
  6. Hello, Dolly! Lullaby of the Leaves Lyrics Ella Fitzgerald – Lullaby of the Leaves. No Comments; 0 Tags; Rustling of the leaves used to be my lullaby In the sunny South when I was a tot so high And now that I have grown And myself alone Cradle me where Southern skies Can watch me with a million eyes Sing me to sleep Lullaby of the leaves.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hello, Dolly! on Discogs. Label: Verve Records - V • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo 4/5(10).
  8. Rustling of the leaves used to be my lullaby In the sunny South when I was a tot so high And now that I have grown And myself alone Cradle me where Southern skies Can watch me with a million eyes Sing me to sleep Lullaby of the leaves Cover me with Heaven's blue And let me dream a dream or two Sing me to sleep Lullaby of the leaves I'm breezing.

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