Adelaïde Hall

Adelaïde Hall (née à New York le 20 octobre 1904 et morte à Londres le 7 novembre 1993) était une chanteuse de jazz américaine.

Elle reste célèbre par sa prestation dans Créole Love Call de Duke Ellington.

Elle est accompagnée par Art Tatum en 1932 (This Time It's Love).

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Enregistrements :

  • Créole Love Call (avec Ellington, 1927)
  • Blues I Love To Sing (avec Ellington, 1927)
  • Baby I Must Have That Man (1933)
  • Say You're Mine (1936)
  • I'm In The Mood For Love Solitude (1936)
  • I Can't Give You Anything But Love (1938)

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