Ella Fitzgerald starts the recording of the album ‘Hello, Love’ produced By Norman Granz (1960)
Ella Fitzgerald‘s ‘Hello, Love’ is a studio album recorded between March 3 and April 7, 1960 and released the same year by Verve.
Track Listing : 1.You Go To My Head (John Frederick Coots, Haven Gillespie) – 04:38 . 2.Willow Weep For Me (Ann Ronell) – 04:03 . 3.I’M Thru With Love (Gus Kahn, Fud Livingston, Matty Malneck) – 03:48 . 4.Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year (Frank Loesser) – 03:20 . 5.Everything Happens To Me (Tom Adair, Matt Dennis) – 03:55 . 6.Lost In A Fog (Dorothy Fields, Jimmy Mchugh) – 04:04 . 7.I’Ve Grown Accustomed To His Face (Alan Jay Lerner, Frederick Loewe) – 03:07 . 8.I’Ll Never Be The Same (Gus Kahn, Matty Malneck, Frank Signorelli) – 04:27 . 9.So Rare (Jerry Herst, Jack Sharpe) – 03:37 . 10.Tenderly (Walter Gross, Jack Lawrence) – 03:12 . 11.Stairway To The Stars (Matty Malneck, Mitchell Parish, Frank Signorelli) – 02:54 . 12.Moonlight In Vermont (John Blackburn, Karl Suessdorf) – 03:20
Musicians : Frank Devol – Arranger, Conductor . Milt Bernhart – Trombone . George Roberts – Trumpet . Lloyd Ulyate – Trumpet . Pete Candoli – Trumpet . Harry Sweets Edison – Alto Saxophone . Ray Linn – Alto Saxophone . George Werth – Alto Saxophone . Clint Neagley – Alto Saxophone . Ben Webster – Tenor Saxophone . Bert Gassman – Oboe . Arnold Koblentz – Woodwind . Gordon Schoneberg – Woodwind . Skeets Herfurt – Woodwind . Joseph J. Koch – Bassoon . Ernest Romersa – Bassoon . Norm Herzberg – Bassoon . Kenneth Lowman – Flute . Jack Marsh – Flute . Martin Ruderman – Flute . Sylvia Ruderman – Percussion . Milt Holland – Percussion . Barney Kessel – Guitar . Abe Luboff – Double Bass . Joe Mondragon – Drums . Philip Stephens – Drums . Alvin Stoller – Drums . Arnold Ross – Piano . Dorothy Remsen – Harp
Production : Produced By Norman Granz
Recorded Between March 3 And April 7, 1960.
Released In 1960 By Verve.
(Source Ella Fitzgerald – Hello, Love | The Official Web Site of Ella Fitzgerald)
Mr. B. Fraser @ Amazon
Hello Love’ one of Ella’s very best, truly top of the range vocal listening pleasure. I have a scarce UK original stereo pressing of this album from 1960 and prayed for a CD release!It is indispensable Ella, the songs really are soothing for the soul, with the lush orchestra of Frank De-Vol. […]
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