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'The Lost Berlin Tapes' documents the first lady of song at the height of her popularity, and makes JAZZIZ 'The Week in Jazz'

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Ella Fitzgerald, The Berlin Lost Tapes on Verve, a previously unheard live recording of Ella Fitzgerald in Berlin from 1962, in the midst of her most extensive European tour, two years after the release of her iconic Mack the Knife LP. Unearthed from the private collection of Verve founder Norman Granz, The Lost Berlin Tapes is a document of the First Lady of Song at the height of her popularity, performing hits and lesser-known gems with a trio led by pianist Paul Smith.

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