Femmes du Jazz Les Plus Belles Voix Féminies on an open thread


Tonight is a playlist from the firmament of my itunes library. Jazz. Vocals. The women.

Femmes du Jazz Les Plus Belles Voix Féminies

Blue Moon de Billie Holiday Orchestra

Unforgettable de Dinah Washington

Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone de Billie Holiday Orchestra

It Had to Be You de Billie Holiday Orchestra

Love Me or Leave Me de Billie Holiday Orchestra

Over the Rainbow de Sarah Vaughan

Lover Come Back to Me de Billie Holiday, Eddie Heywood Orchestra

These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You) de Billie Holiday Orchestra

Autumn in New York de Billie Holiday Orchestra

Easy to Love de Billie Holiday Orchestra

Baby, I Don’t Cry Over You de Billie Holiday, Billy Kyle Trio

Tenderly de Billie Holiday Orchestra

What Is This Thing Called Love? de Billie Holiday, Bob Haggart Orchestra

Mack the Knife de Ella Fitzgerald

(If You Can’t Sing) You’ll Have to Swing It [Mr. Paganini] de Ella Fitzgerald, Chick Webb Orchestra

I Got the Spring Fever Blues de Ella Fitzgerald, Chick Webb Orchestra

Gone With the Wind de Ella Fitzgerald

Misty de Ella Fitzgerald

The Lady Is a Tramp de Ella Fitzgerald

The Man I Love de Ella Fitzgerald

Summertime de Ella Fitzgerald

How High the Moon de Ella Fitzgerald

April in Paris de Sarah Vaughan

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes de Sarah Vaughan

Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) de Sarah Vaughan

I Won’t Say I Will de Sarah Vaughan

I’m Glad There Is You de Sarah Vaughan

Prelude to a Kiss de Sarah Vaughan

The Masquerade Is Over de Sarah Vaughan

Darn That Dream de Sarah Vaughan

It’s Easy to Remember de Sarah Vaughan

But Not for Me de Sarah Vaughan

I’ll Never Smile Again de Sarah Vaughan

September Song de Sarah Vaughan

Too Darn Hot de Ella Fitzgerald

Lorelei de Ella Fitzgerald

Say It Isn’t So de Dinah Washington, Harold Hal Mooney

On the Sunny Side of the Street de Dinah Washington, Harold Hal Mooney

I Get a Kick Out of You de Dinah Washington

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