Ella Fitzgerald Whisper Not (Verve,1966) @320kbps

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Name:Ella Fitzgerald Whisper Not (Verve,1966) @320kbps

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 12 Matchmaker, Matchmaker.mp3

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 11 Wives And Lovers.mp3

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 10 Lover Man.mp3

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 09 I've Got Your Number.mp3

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 08 You've Changed.mp3

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 07 Time After Time.mp3

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 06 Old McDonald.mp3

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 05 Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most.mp3

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 04 Thanks For The Memory (1966 Version).mp3

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 03 I Said No.mp3

9.36 MB

 02 Whisper Not.mp3

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 01 Sweet Georgia Brown (1966 Studio Version).mp3

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Ella Fitzgerald could take just about any song and make it her own using her remarkable sensitivity and vocal technique. Ella's unique vocal abilities enabled her to perform vocal gymnastics and athletics as easily as breathing. Whisper Not gives us an incredible track set that showcases Ella's fine talents and the arrangements by Marty Paich complement Ella's vocals to a tee!

The CD set opens with "Sweet Georgia Brown." The horns start with quite a flourish and Ella comes in with her voice in perfect form. Ella's voice is rich, warm and vibrant. Ella scats and romps through the octaves to make this number really swing. The number becomes even more electric as it progresses; you will like "Sweet Georgia Brown."

The set continues with "Whisper Not." Ella sings this romantic ballad with passion and sensitivity. Ella's voice gets the spotlight instead of sharing it with the musicians as it did on "Sweet Georgia Brown." Ella's excellent diction bolsters her performance; and she scats a bit, too. "Thanks For The Memory" features Ella singing this classic number in a soft, sweet, and supple style that glows like gold. Ella begins this number in the spotlight but she eventually shares it with the musicians. Marty Paich's arrangement works well.

"Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most" is a pensive, melancholy ballad that Ella treats carefully. Ella's vocals convey sensitivity as she jumps through an octave or two and Ella plays with the tempo of her vocals just a bit. "Old MacDonald" gets Ella's usual fine treatment; but I doubt "Old MacDonald" is the best choice for this album. Yes, "Old MacDonald" is a breakneck jazzy number; but I suspect that it may have also been thrown in for a little shock effect!

"You've Changed" gives us as a romantic, slow tempo ballad with a distinctly melancholy mood that Ella delivers with panache and sensitivity as she sings her heart out. "Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)" is another melancholy number that Ella massages to make this her own. Ella may sing "Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)" without too many vocal tricks but make no mistake about it--Ella's interpretation of "Lover Man" reigns supreme.

The CD ends on an upbeat note with "Matchmaker" from "Fiddler On The Roof." The melody is infectiously catchy and there's just enough of a girlish quality in Ella's voice to convey a young woman's desire to marry the man of her dreams. The big band style arrangement by Marty Paich uses horns, percussion and drums to carry the bulk of the melody; and this works well. Ella's hopeful attitude makes this a strong ending for the album.

The liner notes include the original liner notes by Leonard Feather; and the cover artwork reflects good taste.

Ella Fitzgerald remains a true star in the entertainment world; and I doubt that we'll ever see another star quite like her. When the CD ends you want more just as Ella's audiences always wanted more after her concerts. We still reap the benefits of having Ella give her gifts to us; and anyone who enjoys Ella or classic jazz vocals will be charmed by this CD.

Tracks 3-6
Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals
Harry Edison - Trumpet
Jimmy Rowles - Piano
Chuck Berghofer - Bass
Louie Bellson - Drums
Marty Paich - Arranger, Conductor.

Tracks 1-2, 7-12
Ella Fitzgerald - Vocals
Stu Williamson - Trumpet
Bill Perkins - Tenor Saxophone
Jimmy Rowles - Piano
Al Viola - Guitar
Joe Mondragon - Bass
Shelly Manne - Drums
Marty Paich - Arranger, Conductor

Recorded July 20, 1966 at United Western Recorders, Hollywood, Los Angeles

Track listing:
1. Sweet Georgia Brown (Ben Bernie, Kenneth Casey, Maceo Pinkard) – 3:30
2. Whisper Not (Benny Golson, Leonard Feather) – 2:59
3. I Said No (Frank Loesser, Jule Styne) – 3:59
4. Thanks for the Memory (Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin) – 3:59
5. Spring Can Really Hang You up the Most (Fran Landesman, Tommy Wolf) – 3:46
6. Old MacDonald Had a Farm (Traditional) – 2:16
7. Time After Time (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne) – 3:26
8. You've Changed (Carl Fischer, Bill Carey) – 3:15
9. I've Got Your Number (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) – 3:11
10. Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?) (Roger "Ram" Ramirez, Jimmy Davis, Jimmy Sherman) – 4:18
11. Wives and Lovers (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 2:21
12. Matchmaker (From the musical Fiddler on the Roof)” (Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick) – 2:4

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