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  1. The best thing about "Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things," other than the music, is the way it evokes an era and reminds us that its subject was one of the great voices of the 20th century%(19).
  2. Jun 24,  · Originally scheduled for an April theatrical release, 'Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things', is now set to play in virtual theatres from June 26 through July Plot. Featuring never-before-seen footage as well as interviews with Smokey Robinson, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Itzhak Perlman, Norma Miller, the late Andre Previn, and a rare.
  3. Jun 25,  · “Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things” salutes the singer who became known as the first lady of song — whose six-decade career stretched from the comforts of novelty tunes to the.
  4. Aug 09,  · Just one of those things (Cole Porter) - Arreglo: Queen Bee Jazz Quartet Saxo y voz: Selva Rodriguez Piano: Suky Florin Contrabajo: Maia Korosec Bateria: Macarena Diaz .
  5. Just one of those things If we'd thought a bit Of the end of it When we started painting the town We'd have been aware That our love affair Was too hot not to cool down So good-bye, dear, and amen.
  6. Welcome to the Ella Fitzgerald: Just One Of Those Things Virtual Cinema! Explore our on-demand catalog here, and head over to the Live Streams tab to see what's coming up. Live Conversation. Live conversation with Will Friedwald, Reggie Nadelson, Margo Jefferson & Camille Thurman: Recorded Sunday, June
  7. Lyrics to 'Just One Of Those Things' by Nat King Cole. It was just one of those things, just one of those crazy flings. One of those bells that now and then rings, just one of those things. It was just one of those nights, just one of those fabulous flights. A trip to the moon on gossamer wings, just one of those things. If we´d thought of it, ´bout the end of it, when we started painting.
  8. 'Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things' is a documentary film directed by Leslie Woodhead that documents the life of the 'Queen of Jazz' from her debut at one of the earliest Amateur Nights at the Apollo Theater in Harlem all through her five decades as one .

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