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Anita O'Day

Few female singers matched the hard-swinging and equally hard-living Anita O'Day for sheer exuberance and talent in all areas of jazz vocals. Though three or four outshone her in pure quality of voice, her splendid improvising, wide dynamic tone, and innate sense of rhythm made her the most enjoyable singer of the age. O'Day's first appearances in a big band shattered the traditional image of a demure female vocalist by swinging just as hard as the other musicians on the bandstand, best heard on her vocal trading with Roy Eldridge on the Gene Krupa recording "Let Me Off Uptown." After making her solo debut in the mid-'40s, she incorporated bop modernism into her vocals and recorded over a dozen of the best vocal LPs of the era for Verve during the 1950s and '60s. Though hampered during her peak period by heavy drinking and later, drug addiction, she made a comeback and continued singing into the new millennium.

Born Anita Belle Colton in Chicago, she was raised largely by her mother, and entered her first marathon-dance contest while barely a teenager. She spent time on the road and occasionally back at home, later moving from dancing to singing at the contests. After bad experiences amid brief tenures with Benny Goodman and even Raymond Scott, O'Day earned a place in Gene Krupa's band in 1941. Several weeks later, Krupa also hired trumpeter Roy Eldridge, and the trio combined to become an effective force, displayed on hits like "Let Me Off Uptown," "Boogie Blues," and "Just a Little Bit South of North Carolina." She spent a brief period away from Krupa with Woody Herman, but returned to the band, only to have it break up by 1943. After moving to Stan Kenton, she starred on Kenton's first big hit, 1944's "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine." Another stint with Krupa presaged her solo debut in 1946, and with drummer John Poole as her accompanist, she recorded a moderate hit one year later with the novelty "Hi Ho Trailus Boot Whip."

Her career really ignited after her first album, 1955's Anita (also known as This Is Anita). Much more successful in the jazz world than she was in its pop equivalent, she performed at jazz festivals and jazz-oriented concerts, appearing with figures including Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk, and George Shearing. Her performance at 1958's Newport Jazz Festival made her fame worldwide after being released on a film titled Jazz on a Summer's Day.

O'Day's series of almost 20 Verve LPs during the '50s and '60s proved her to be one of the most distinctive, trend-setting, and successful vocal artists of the time, arguably surpassed only by Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald. She worked with a variety of arrangers and in many different settings, including a hard-swinging Billy May collaboration (Anita O'Day Swings Cole Porter with Billy May), an excellent, intimate set with the Oscar Peterson Quartet (Anita Sings the Most), several with the mainstream Buddy Bregman Orchestra (Pick Yourself Up, Anita), one with the cool-toned Jimmy Giuffre (Cool Heat), and a Latin date with Cal Tjader (Time for Two) as well as a collaborative LP with the Blue Note instrumental trio the 3 Sounds. Even by the early '60s, however, her ebullient voice had begun sounding tired. The cumulative effects of heroin addiction, its resulting lifestyle, and a non-stop concert schedule forced her into a physical collapse by 1967.

After taking several years to kick alcohol and drug addictions, she made a comeback at the 1970 Berlin Jazz Festival and returned in the early '70s with a flood of live and studio albums, many recorded in Japan and some released on her own label, Emily Records. Her autobiography, 1983's High Times, Hard Times was typically honest and direct regarding her colorful past. Though her voice gradually deteriorated, O'Day recorded throughout the 1970s and '80s, remaining an exciting, forceful vocalist on record as well as in concert. She slowed down considerably during the '90s, and appeared only occasionally. She re-emerged in 2006 with a new album (Indestructible!), recorded during the previous two years, but passed away in November of that year due to the effects of pneumonia and advanced Alzheimer's disease. ~ John Bush
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Selected Discography

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Track List: My Funny Valentine Live 1955-59

1. Four Brothers

2. Love Me Or Leave Me

3. As Long As I Live

4. You're The Top

5. Come Rain Or Come Shine

6. The Man I Love

7. My Funny Valentine

8. S' Wonderful/They Can't Take That Away From Me

9. Have You Met Miss Jones?

10. Varsity Drag

11. Four

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Track List: Complete 1952 Verve Sessions

1. Lover, Come Back To Me

2. Lullaby Of The Leaves

3. Rock And Roll Blues

4. Love For Sale

5. No Soap, No Hope Blues

7. The Lady Is A Tramp

8. Strawberry Moon

9. Pagan Love Song

10. Ain't This A Wonderful Day

11. Somebody's Cryin'

13. Ain't Misbehavin'

15. Lonesome Road

16. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

17. Rosetta

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Track List: Young Anita (Box Set)

Disc 1

1. Alreet

2. Georgia On My Mind

3. Fool Am I

4. Let's Get Away From It All

5. Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina

6. Slow Down

7. I Take To You

8. Green Eyes

9. Let Me Off Uptown

10. Kick It

11. Stop! The Red Light's On

12. The Walls Keep Talking

13. Two In Love

14. Stop! The Red Light's On

15. How Do

16. Coppin' A Plea

17. Bolero At The Savoy

18. Skylark

19. Bolero At The Savoy

20. Thanks For The Boogie Ride

21. Pass The Bounce

22. Side By Side

23. Harlem On Parade

Disc 2

1. Fightin' Doug MacArthur

2. That's What You Think

3. Barrelhouse Bessie From Basin Street

4. Deliver Me To Tennessee

5. Massachusetts

6. "Murder" He Says

7. Ride On

8. Build It Up, Paint It Nice, Tear It Down

9. I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City

10. You Betcha!

11. In A Little Spanish Town

12. I'm Going Mad For A Pad

13. And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine

14. The Lady In Red

15. Gotta Be Gettin'

16. Tabby The Cat

17. Gotta Be Gettin'

18. Wish You Were Waitin' For Me

19. And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine

20. Are You Livin' Old Man?

21. I Want A Grown-Up Man

22. Travellin' Man

Disc 3

1. Them There Eyes

2. Memories Of You

3. How Come

4. I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me

5. Ain't Misbehavin'

6. Penthouse Serenade

7. Lonesome Road

8. I Can't Give You Anything But Love

9. Rosetta

10. Opus No.1

11. (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling In The Moonlight

12. Boogie Blues

13. Chickery Chick

14. In The Middle Of May

15. Tea For Two

16. Harriet

17. Ace In The Hole

18. Sometimes I'm Happy

19. What Is This Thing Called Love

20. Hi Ho Trailus Boot Whip

22. It's Different When It Happens To You

Disc 4

1. How High The Moon

2. I Ain't Gettin' Any Younger

3. Malaguena

4. Key Largo

5. Malaguena

6. What Is This Thing Called Love

7. September In The Rain

8. Jamaica Moon

9. Don't Kick It Around

10. So Much Of Nothing To Do

11. Poor Simple Simon

12. Blues For Bojangles

13. Your Eyes Are Bigger Than Your Heart

14. Tennessee Waltz

15. Yea Boo

16. Something I Dreamed Last Night

17. If I Could Steal You From Somebody Else

18. You Took Advantage Of Me

19. Once There Lived A Fool

20. I Apologise

21. Black Moonlight

22. Lovesick Blues

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Track List: Anita O'Day's Finest Hour

1. Honeysuckle Rose

2. Little Girl Blue

3. Let Me Off Uptown

4. An Occasional Man

5. Four Brothers

6. Tea For Two

7. Boogie Blues

8. God Bless The Child

9. What Is This Thing Called Love?

10. The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men

11. The Way You Look Tonight

12. When Sunny Gets Blue

13. Peel Me A Grape

14. Sing, Sing, Sing

15. Them There Eyes

16. Anita's Blues

17. Sweet Georgia Brown

18. The Party's Over

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Track List: Jazz Round Midnight

1. Angel Eyes

2. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

3. We'll Be Together Again

4. I Cover The Waterfront

5. If The Moon Turns Green

6. Early Autumn

7. I'm Not Lonely

8. A Lover Is Blue

9. Tenderly

10. I'm Not Supposed To Be Blue Blues

11. You Came A Long Way From St. Louis

13. Man With A Horn

14. I Can't Get Started

15. You Don't Know What Love Is

16. Crazy He Calls Me

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Track List: Anita O'Day

1. That Old Feeling

2. Boogie Blues

3. Angel Eyes

5. (Ah, The Apple Trees) When The World Was Young

6. Ten Cents A Dance

7. Easy Come, Easy Go

8. No Soap, No Hope Blues

9. Just In Time

10. Old Devil Moon

11. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

12. Them There Eyes

13. If The Moon Turns Green

14. Johnny One Note

15. Waiter, Make Mine Blues

16. What Is This Thing Called Love

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Track List: Incomparable!

1. It Could Happen To You

2. Blue Champagne

3. Avalon

4. Old Devil Moon

5. The Party's Over

6. Why Shouldn't I

7. Easy Living

8. Can't We Be Friends

9. Slaughter On 10th Avenue

10. If I Love Again

11. Speak Low

12. Indian Summer

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Track List: All The Sad Young Men

1. Boogie Blues

2. You Came A Long Way From Saint Louis

3. I Want To Sing A Song

4. A Woman Alone With The Blues

5. The Ballad Of All The Sad Young Men

6. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me

7. One More Mile

8. Nightbird

9. Upstate

10. Senor Blues

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Track List: Anita O'Day Swings Cole Porter With Billy May

1. Just One Of Those Things

2. Love For Sale

3. You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To

4. Easy To Love

5. I Get A Kick Out Of You

6. All Of You

7. Get Out Of Town

8. I've Got You Under My Skin

9. Night And Day

10. It's Delovely

11. I Love You

12. What Is This Thing Called Love

13. You're The Top

14. My Heart Belongs To Daddy

15. Why Shouldn't I

16. From this Moment On

17. Love For Sale

18. Just One Of Those Things

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Track List: Anita O'Day At Mister Kelly's

1. But Not For Me

2. My Love For You

3. Varsity Drag

4. It Never Entered My Mind

5. Tea For Two

6. Everytime I'm With You

7. Have You Met Miss Jones

8. The Wildest Gal In Town

9. Star Eyes

10. Loneliness Is A Well

11. The Song Is You

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Track List: Pick Yourself Up

1. Don't Be That Way

2. Let's Face The Music And Dance

3. I Never Had A Chance

4. Stompin' At The Savoy

5. Pick Yourself Up

6. Stars Fell On Alabama

7. Sweet Georgia Brown

8. I Won't Dance

9. Man With A Horn

10. I Used To Be Color Blind

11. There's A Lull In My Life

12. Let's Begin

13. I'm With You

14. The Rock 'n' Roll Waltz

15. The Getaway And The Chase

17. We Laughed At Love

18. I'm Not Lonely

19. Let's Face The Music And Dance (Alternate Take)

20. Ivy

21. Stars Fell On Alabama (Alternate Take)

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Track List: Anita Sings The Most

1. S'wonderful / They Can't Take That Away From Me

2. Tenderly

3. Old Devil Moon

4. Love Me Or Leave Me

5. We'll Be Together Again

6. Stella By Starlight

7. Taking A Chance On Love

8. Them There Eyes

9. I've Got The World On A String

10. You Turned The Tables On Me

11. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered

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Track List: Anita O'Day And Billy May Swing Rogers And Hart

1. Johnny One Note

2. Little Girl Blue

3. Falling In Love With Love

4. Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered

5. I Could Write A Book

6. Have You Met Miss Jones?

7. Lover

8. It Never Entered My Mind

9. Ten Cents A Dance

10. I've Got Five Dollars

11. To Keep My Love Alive

12. Spring Is Here

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I absolutely love Anita O'Day. I rank her right at the top with Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn and Carmen McRae. And the woman could scat with the best of them like EllaFitzgera l d , Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughn and Mel Torme.
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Anita O'Day, pure Genius!
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psrentals4u
In the mid-90's, I visited Palm Springs, CA to see Anita O'Day, and boy did I see her! The show was put on by Gary Marshall of Hollywood Squares fame. I stayed at the Villa's,, an old garden hotel. In the 30's and 40's it was a beauty spa retreat...Es t e Lauder, Max Factor or one of the best of those. As it was, a lady came out of her room which was next to mine and began to do arm and leg exercises. We chatted a bit before I realized that she was Anita O'Day. She was very nice and fun!
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Have loved Anita since I first heard her in 1955 and once owned 26 of her vinyl albums.
Thanks Pandora.
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How can I like Bo.Braze comment? That was beautiful
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bo.braze
When I was stationed in England from '54 to 58, I used to go to the 55 Club and listen to the Anita Day reel to reel tapes among others like Ella, Dinah, etc. They were my connection to reality, sanity and loneliness being so far from home. She is tremendous and one of the greats.

Bo Braze
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One of the best Jazz Singers that I fell in LOVE with after taking a Jazz Music class in college...of which I dreaded, but now say thank you.
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Wonderful Singer.
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What can one say? It's Anita.
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Newly discovered (for me). What a great voice and arrangements . Glad I've found another amazing talent that IMHO ranks right up there with Shirley Horn, Peggy Lee, et al.
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Great music from a great music era......
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A far cry from the screaming and lyrically bankrupt sounds heard today on the popular voice competitions . I am so glad I lived in the era of the greats. Hey, and I can still hear them, thanks to Pandora!
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cjsantoyo72
Who cares, a great song , Anita sings this with great style!
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What can one say???? Perfect!!!!
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I fell in love with anita 20 years ago . She and Oscar peterson
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This is my kind of music love it
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shammonds8
A great, great songstress. I have always loved her;
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emery973
Wow, a real singer with real feeling in that amazing voice. Hurray for Pandora. We had too many years with Plastic voices in plastic bodies. Love real talent not processed through mixers and regurgitator s . That goes for Ella, the Divine Sarrah, Dinah Washington and all the other great voices.
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While living in Hemet, California I had the pleasure of meeting Anity, we redesigned several rings for her stage appearances during her comeback. It was a thrill for me since I had been a swing era fan and loved to listen to her. Her stories while with the Krupa band were just fun listening to. Loved this women.
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stephen.meye r s 1
Lovell anity. Have the krupa and. Billy may cd's. Pandora has given me more of the great. Anita
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I discovered her through the Verve: Remix sessions. Tenderly. I tear up whenever I hear it. LOVE YOU BABE ! ! !
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Great job Pandora - thanks for my continuing musical education! I had heard of Anita, but don't recall listening to her - great vocals and phrasing.
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Anita O'Day and June Christie, my two favorites of that era...
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jimloisrob
LIVE in Rochester, N.Y. in 1959. Met her and loved her. My top gal musician ever. Jim McS
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macnval
I discovered her through the PBS show. I can't believe my parents never told me about Anita! I consider my fortunate to have seen Cab Calloway perform before he died, but it's my loss that I didn't see this woman while she was still performing.
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i grew up and developed a love for jazz...and discovered a teenage crush for Anita's singing!
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So Brilliant.
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jkjons8
Thanks to Pandora.com, I'm discovering Anita. I love her voice!
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I grew up hearing Ella, Sarah, Nancy and yes Anita singing with all the big bands. My Dad loved Gene Krupa, Benny Goodman, Harry James, etc. I don't think I appreciated all that talent until I got older. I am so glad we have recordings of all those wonderful talents.
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The bottom line...she could swing with the best of them!! I love her sound and I'm glad there is so much music to remember her by. And she will be remembered!! !
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If you wish you had seen this marvelous woman in concert live, don't feel so bad. I did. Although I was brought up on jazz and saw her live in New Jersey at the fabled Red Hill Inn, I was just too damned young to appreciate her. She made demure the negative quality it deserved to be.
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Recently watched a documentary on Anita and man, she was no joke. Everything she did she did full force. It's sad that she's gone but thankfully we have her music.
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Anita is the BOMB
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in reply to "Jay Petersen" saying: 'The first time I heard her sing, I thought "this woman is drunk!' Well, you were probably not far off base there as I read more about her struggles with booze and pot for example. Seems Gene Krupa had some issues w/Weed as well. However, I love Anita, she is not only a beautiful lady, she can sing like no one's business. I wish I could have caught some of her early stuff live. what an amazing person.
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caldwell877
I love Anita. Despite the be-bop, the tricks , hip and scat, all cool, but what really comes through for me is her deep deep feeling . Only Billie moves me as much. And what bull about a vibratoless voice? By definition sound is a column of air vibrating.
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The first time I heard her sing, I thought "this woman is drunk!" Now, I enjoy her crazy tempos ("Night and Day" being one example) and flair for messing with rhythm. Her pitch is not the most reliable, so if you insist on that, you'll have trouble with her, I think. One of my favorite moments in any recording is the fadeout on "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" where she matches the timbre of the horn instruments. Awesome!
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The greatest pure jazz singer
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I would say the only thing that hurt her popularity was her addictions or maybe her unadulterate d honesty....
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gprete
More like all of their heroine, Billie Holiday. She works so hard to try to play down her similarities to Billie and to keep her own style. All the greats were "students" of Billie. And then they took it to new levels of style, never straying too far off the basics of jazz. Although each added to the female jazz voicing with pure sound like Sarah; voicing and syncopation like Carmen; pure voicing and jazz styling like Ella. Blossom was a stylist in her own sub-genre. Nancy was a wonderful mix of
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Has a sound a lot like Ella. Yeeeeeeeeeaa a h h .
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a great talent roy s
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jake.sj
This is one of Anita's best.
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ackerbex3
You get the immediate impression that here is a woman who LOVES THE MUSIC... whatever other junk went on in her life, she had the chops & the style - in spades.
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I was on a Jazz themed honeymoon cruise in 1986. We were just getting into our cabin the first afternooon, hadn't even closed the door; when a highly exasperated older woman in flamboyant dress comes bursting in asking "Do you have any outlets? I'm right next door and there are NO extra outlets in my room.I can't believe this...and Im the STAR!" Yep..it was Anita O'Day! What a character; and what a talent!
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swings with the best
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erbjulie
I just saw a documentary about Anita's life last night. Wow, was she something else!
A tough gal with a TON of talent as a jazz vocalist.
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jabbb1
To me Anita is the most underated of the great female singers. She is right there with Ella, Billie and Sarah. She swings with the best of them!!!
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oldster weighing in on lovely anita. i come from the progressive era. ( tho i love many kinds of jazz ) i got to every live show that would let in a gal who wasnt 21 yet, and so i saw a LOT of howard rumseys light house. anita was one of my favorites not just for her great voice and interpretati o n s , but i saw her hard living image as one id like to have too.
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Another one of my faves, in the Top 5... Yes... The Newport Jazz clips are great, her Billy May colaboration , doing Cole Porter is just a lot of fun. Definately a class act, even beyond on the personal crap.
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