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Anita's notes - Jazz poster style with Programme messaging.

Anita O'Day - Jazz Masters 49 - Music CD Verve 1995

Anita O'Day Discography at Discogs

Anita O'Day Discography at Discogs

Anita O'Day -- The Lady in Red, Let Me Off Uptown (with Roy Eldridge on trumpet and the Gene Krupa on drums) I believe I might still have this on an album I bought in 1956, when I was eighteen.

She made a successful transition from jazz music to bebop and paved the way for many female vocalists. Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea. Specifically: Ashes scattered in the Pacific Ocean at Santa Monica, California

Anita O'Day

Jazz singer Anita O'Day wearing a sucer hat while performing at the 1958 Newport Jazz Festival. Throughout this era hats got smaller; eventually they were put aside for bigger hairstyles.

Anita o'Day

Anita O'Day was an amazing jazz vocalist with incomparable lyric interpretation. In 1941 she joined the Gene Krupa band and recored her first big hit, "Let Me Off Uptown," a novelty duet with Roy Eldridge.

Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer

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