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Ella Fitzgerald "My One and Only Love" - YouTube

The First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald. (I'm pretty sure I made this face a couple times in wedding photos.

. ‘I’m no glamour girl,’ she once remarked, ‘but God gave me this talent, so I just stand there and sing.’  Ella Fitzgerald performing in a Chicago nightclub in 1958

Vintage Black Glamour - in pictures

Photo Gallery- Ella and Friends: Portraits of the Queen of Jazz and Other Legends  Read more: http://life.time.com/icons/ella-fitzgerald-and-friends-happy-birthday-to-the-queen-of-jazz/#ixzz2Rtrqqdv0

National Proposal Day: Patti Stanger Judges 7 Viral Engagements

Eliot Elisofon—Time Life Pictures/Getty ImagesCaption from LIFE. Ella Fitzgerald, who sings love ballads daintily, can roar like a trombone through a jazz classic.

Abbey Lincoln - Women in Jazz - www.wijsf.com

Abbey Lincoln - Women in Jazz

One of my favorite Jazz singers Ella Fitzgerald.

Zelda Wynn Valdes was the first black designer and costumer to open up her own shop in Her shop was the first black owned business on Broadway in NYC. She dressed Ella Fitzgerald in photo.

When I play the piano, this is so true. Each song throws out a roller coaster of feelings.very powerful and a true passion of mine.

"The Divine One" Sarah Vaughan (born March 27, 1924) began her career with an Amateur Night win at Harlem's Apollo Theater in 1942 which gave her the opportunity to open for Ella Fitzgerald. Her career spanned over 40 years and she was given the NEA Jazz Masters Award in 1989. #TodayInBlackHistory

"The Divine One" Sarah Vaughan (born March began her career with an…

Ella Fitzgerald on Apple Music

Ella Fitzgerald on Apple Music

"Te raconter enfin qu'il faut aimer la vie  et l'aimer même si  Le temps est assassin et emporte avec lui les rires des enfants  Et les Mistral Gagnant."

"Te raconter enfin qu'il faut aimer la vie et l'aimer même si Le temps est assassin et emporte avec lui les rires des enfants Et les Mistral Gagnant."

Ella Fitzgerald...she could bring it!..."A Tisket a Tasket"..."Misty"..."Summertime"... and more and more and more...

Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong: Dream A Little Dream Of Me This is one of the most beautiful renditions of this song that I have ever heard

Billie Holiday with Duke Ellington looking on from audience.

Herman Leonard (1923-2010)

Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, NYC, 1948 by Herman Leonard

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