Betty Carter – Betty Bop

This day (September 26, 1998), died Lillie Mae Jones a.k.a Betty Carter, an American jazz singe.

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Wikipedia : This day (September 26, 1998), died Lillie Mae Jones a.k.a Betty Carter, an American jazz singe.

Betty Carter : A jazz purist to the end Betty gains the respect she deserves as she brokers new deals with the record industry; receives a long over due Grammy; creates the Jazz Ahead Festival and meets with President Clinton to receive the National Medal of Arts.

Official Betty Carter Home : Ray Charles, on a recommendation from Miles Davis, agreed to take Betty on tour with him in the late 1950s. Enchanted by her voice and looking for a partner to record a series of duets, he enlisted Ms. Carter in a project that became Ray Charles and Betty Carter.

@last.fm : Some of her most outstanding recordings were first issued on Bet-Car, including the double album The Audience with Betty Carter (1980). She was well-received at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1977 and 1978.

@Discogs :

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Audio : Open The Door . Let’s Fall in Love . I Could Write a Book . Naima’s Love Song (DJ Spinna Remix) . I Can’t Help It . Social Call . Moonlight in Vermont . Naima’s Love Song . ’round Midnight . By The Bend Of The River .
Video : Giant Steps . How High The Moon (1994) . Droppin’ Things (1990) . Sounds . Tight . Don’T Weep For The Lady (1980) . What’S New (1977) . w/ Lionel Hampton – Cobb’S Idea .

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