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Dorsey, and her familiarity and identification with the material is clear in her mesmerising interpretations. ‘I sing God’s music because it makes me feel free,’ she once said. ‘It gives me hope. ’ Frank Sinatra Come Fly With Me Sinatra’s first and best collaboration with Billy May. Record label: Capitol Produced: Voyle Gilmore Recorded: Capitol Studios, Hollywood; autumn 1957 Released: November 1958 Chart peaks: 2 (UK) 1 (US) Personnel: Frank Sinatra (v); Billy May (ar, conductor). 46 Current CD: Capitol CAP960872 Further listening: Follow-up Come Dance With Me (1959) was doubly driving and almost as good but Come Swing With Me (1961) was contractual obligation work of an artist keen to leave Capitol.

Little wonder that an entire generation of adoring females experienced the simultaneous – and no doubt conflicting – arousal of their carnal and mothering instincts. The 1950s Peggy Lee Black Coffee Who would have thought Norma Deloris Egstrom would have had a voice like this? ; You’re My Thrill, There’s A Small Hotel Further listening: The Man I Love, a bundle of string-laden ballads, recorded with an orchestra conducted by Frank Sinatra and containing a superlative The Folks That Live On The Hill.

By 1953 Granz was Ella’s personal manager and announced a substantial Cole Porter songbook project for her. ’ Clearly Granz was desperate for Ella to be associated with Porter’s urbane blend of gently cynical romance (It’s All Right With Me, Just One Of Those Things), sexy comedy (Too Darn Hot, Anything Goes) and elegant, witty sentiment (Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye, From This Moment On). Ella’s cool, clear delivery suited the material beautifully, although her personality was hardly the sort to overstate Porter’s arch sophistication (‘She is a simple person,’ judged massive fan and fellow jazz singer Mel Torme, ‘her approach to life is simple’), and the songs arrive in deceptively easygoing tones making for a subtle, rewarding listen.

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