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We Could Learn Together - Ethel Ennis - We Could Learn Together (Vinyl)

03.10.2019
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  2. Ethel Ennis This Is Ethel Ennis LPM Album Music Vinyl Records LP Favourite Auctions Ethel Ennis: We Could Learn Together: RCA Victor: 7", 45 RPM, Promo, US: Ethel Ennis: My Kind Of Waltztime: LPM RCA Victor: LP, Album, Mono, Canada.
  3. Ethel Ennis was blessed with a remarkable voice and an innate jazz feel that she poured into everything she sang. Relatively unknown when she made these late Fifties recordings, her acclaimed debut album, Sings Lullabies For Losers, spread her fame beyond the small East Coast club circuit and her hometown following in Baltimore, where she was born in /5(5).
  4. Ethel Ennis tackles ballads, R&B, show tunes, jazz and 'exotica' with great phrasing and musicality. On this disc there is some superb playing by the RCA victor session cats too. Anybody with any appreciation of class vocalists will have this disc in their collection - 'nuff said/5(13).
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  7. ETHEL ENNIS - Lullabies For Losers Vinyl LP ORIG JUBILEE Mono DG VG+/VG+ Favourite Auctions Ethel Ennis: We Could Learn Together: RCA Victor: 7", 45 RPM,, US: Ethel Ennis: Once Again (one-sided Demo) RD RCA Victor: LP, Single Sided, Promo, Mono: UK: Distribution Of Prices.
  8. "This Is Ethel Ennis" was recorded in New York and was her debut album for RCA, being released in and it was highly indicative of the taste, originality and selectivity that went into her choice of songs. In the seventies, Ethel founded the practice of singing the National Anthem a capella at Richard Nixon's presidential inauguration/5(13).
  9. ETHEL ENNIS Vinyl Records and CDs Ethel Ennis (November 28, in Baltimore, Maryland – February 17, ) was an American jazz musician with a career which 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".

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