(vocalist) 1917 - 1996
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Ella Fitzgerald with Taft Jordan and Beverley Peer at the Savoy Ballroom, Harlem, late 1939.
L-R: Bill Beason on drums, Ella Fitzgerald, vocalist, leader. At the Savoy Ballroom, Harlem, late 1939 or early 1940.< Top
"Live at the Savoy - 1939-40"
Live performances by the late Chick Webb band that Ella heroically tried to keep going. These are all instrumental tracks from the Savoy Ballroom and Grand Terrace Cafe during 1939-40.
Titles - Sugarfoot Stomp / What Is This Thing Called Love / Everybody Rock / Southland Shuffle / The Japanese Sandman / Can't We Be Friends / Let's Get Together / Digga Digga Doo / Raggin' The Scale / Copenhagen / I've Found a New Baby / Blue Lou / Sly Mongoose / In The Groove (at the Grove) / Stompin' at the Savoy / The Harlem Stride / One O'Clock Jump / Jubilee Swing / Sing You Sinners / After You've Gone / Peg O' My Heart / Back Bay Shuffle / Undecided.
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