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Written-By – Marvin
- Arranged By, Producer – Hank Marvin
'A' label Demonstration Record - Not for sale.
Nice Work If You Can Get It is a 1983 studio album by Ella Fitzgerald and André Previn, with accompaniment from the double bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen. This was Fitzgerald's only album recorded with Previn, and represented her first album of single composer material since her 1981 album Ella Abraça Jobim. Very rare A-side, written, arranged and produced by Hank Marvin. Текст песни: The man who only lives for making money Lives a life that isnt necessarily sunny Likewise the man who works for fame Theres no 1999 16 Songs. Try it Vocal Jazz. Ella Fitzgerald , André Previn. Nice Work If You Can Get It - 52-й студийный альбом американской джазовой певицы. Альбом стал последним посвящением певицы творчеству братьев Джорджа и Айры Гершвинов, до этого Фицджеральд уже обращалась к их наследию в таких своих записях, как Ella Sings Gershwin, Ella Fitzgerald Sings the George and Ira Gershwin Songbook и Porgy and Bess. Saxophonist Mark Lopeman personifies the class and style that once defined jazz. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name . Yanow, Scott. The album cover is a caricature of Fitzgerald and the Gershwin brothers by the American cartoonist Al Hirschfeld the album notes were written by Benny Green. A Foggy Day 6:10 Nice Work If You Can Get It 5:14 But Not for Me 3:54 Let's Call the Whole Thing Off 2:46 How Long Has This Been Going On 5:01 Who Cares . Featuring a book by Joe DiPietro Memphis , Nice Work if You Can Get It was inspired by the nonsensical musical-comedy plots concocted by Guy Bolton and P. Wodehouse the man who gave us Jeeves. This show - mostly set in a Long Island mansion, where trespassing bootleggers have stashed their crates of gin - borrows liberally from Oh, Kay, their 1926 hit starring Gertrude Lawrence