Ethel Ennis - I Believe In Love album flac
|A||I Believe In Love||2:54|
|B||I Wonder Who My Daddy Is|
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Spiral Record Corp. (ASCAP)
From The Album "Ten Sides Of Ethel Ennis" LP No. BB 25121
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- Matrix / Runout (A): B 15126 A
- Matrix / Runout (B): B 15126 B
- Other (Run Out A): B 15126-A-2-1-1
- Other (Run Out B): B 15126-B-2-1-1
Ethel Llewellyn Ennis (born November 28, 1932 in Baltimore, Maryland) is an American jazz musician.
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Features Song Lyrics for Ethel Ennis's The Things I Love album.
American jazz musician. Ennis was brought back to national attention in 1994 with a self-titled NYC studio album produced by her long-time drummer, Paul Hildner. It reached the Jazz Top 40 radio chart. James Gavin of the New York Times wrote, "Her long, seductive 'Save the Best for Last' finds surprising depth in that Vanessa Williams hit, and she unlocks all the quiet wisdom of 'I Can Let Go Now,' Michael McDonald's ballad about the moment when the pain of a failed relationship ends . BASF:15126 – I Believe In Love, I Wonder Who My Daddy Is. SPIRAL:1234 – Call Me Young, Who Is It This Time? SPIRAL:1237 – Sing Me A Tune, I Wonder Who My Daddy Is.
Label: JazzMont Released: 2005 Views: 1,084. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how. About Ethel Ennis. Cantaloupe Music 1973. I love jazz because it represents freedom. I was first exposed to jazz at Montreal's International Jazz Festival. I met Charles Lloyd in Brussels after an outdoor concert. Listening to him live then talking to him after the show left a strong impression on me. The best show I ever attended was Charles Mingus Big Band - Under the Fez (when the sessions were still happening at that venue in NYC). The first jazz record I bought was Kind of Blue by Miles Davis.
ETHEL ENNIS is a vocal jazz music artist. Ethel Llewellyn Ennis (November 28, 1932 – February 17, 2019) was an American jazz musician whose career spanned seven decades. Ennis spent the majority of her life in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, where she was affectionately known as the "First Lady of Jazz".
Ethel Ennis first won national recognition for her recording Lullaby for Losers in 1955. In 1958, she was selected by Benny Goodman as the female vocalist for his all-star band. Later, she was chosen as a featured singer on the Arthur Godfrey Show. After performing at the 1964 Newport Jazz Festival with Billy Taylor, Cozy Cole, and Slam Stewart, she appeared with Duke Ellington and his Orchestra on television's Bell Telephone Hour. Caution! All audio materials of Ethel Ennis are presented solely for information.
Ethel Ennis began performing on the piano in high school, but her natural vocal abilities soon eclipsed those as a pianist. Embarking on a solo career, she recorded a number of sides for Atlantic Records before the LP debut, 1955's Lullabies for Losers was released by Jubilee Records. Soon after the 1958 follow-up LP Have You Forgotten, Ennis took a six-year hiatus from recording during which she toured Europe with Benny Goodman.
Ethel Ennis - Taking A Chance On Love 02:43. Ethel Ennis - Serenade In Blue 03:09. Ethel Ennis - Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye 02:40. Ethel Ennis - For All We Know 02:17. Ethel Ennis - I Still Get A Thrill 02:32. Ethel Ennis - Love, Don't Turn Away 03:04. Ethel Ennis - I Remember 04:01. Ethel Ennis - The Song Is Ended 02:27. Ethel Ennis - I Cried For You 05:10. Ethel Ennis - Starry-Eyed And Breathless 02:40. Ethel Ennis - A Change Of Scenery 03:38. Ethel Ennis - Joey, Joey, Joey 02:58. Ethel Ennis - Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe 04:52. Ethel Ennis - When Did I Fall In Love 02:02.