Top Ten Songs Ella Fitzgerald Sang Better Than Any Other Artist

Ella Fitzgerald... Needs no introduction. But I'm going to anyway. A list dedicated to the most talented female Jazz diva of ALL time.

The Top Ten

Let's Fall In Love Let's Fall In Love Cover Art

Britgirl Ella Fitzgerald does need an introduction, she is an artist of a genre that hasn't been very appreciated to the past 3 maybe 4 generations. She shouldn't need an introduction - germshep24

Britgirl, you are on fire!

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Sadly, Ella needs introduction to a generation who thinks Beyoncé is the pinnacle of anything.

Ella does need introduction, not because of Beyonce but because Jazz just isn't as exciting to the newer generation, just like Donna Summer's needs an introduction even though she is the Queen of Disco, Disco died long ago and Jazz is barely surviving - germshep24

I couldn't have said it better myself! - Britgirl

Except that before the YouTube era, it took a lot of effort and expense to listen to artists of the past.

Since the inception of YouTube, virtually every musician is readily available, all the way back to even the great Enrico Caruso [died in 1921].

There is no excuse now, though the real reason is that for most teenagers, the only thing that is important is if "It's got a good beat, and you can dance to it".

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Ray Charles does it better. - Billyv

I Love Paris I Love Paris Cover Art
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The Very Thought of You The Very Thought of You Cover Art
Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye Cover Art
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Someone to Watch Over Me Someone to Watch Over Me Cover Art
The Man I Love The Man I Love Cover Art

The Contenders

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