Annie Ross (born 1930) is a jazz singer and actress, best known as a member of the trio Lambert, Hendricks & Ross.
Ross is one of the early practitioners of a singing style known as vocalese, which involves the setting of original lyrics to an instrumental jazz solo. Her 1952 treatment of saxophonist Wardell Gray's "Twisted" is a classic example of vocalese. "Twisted" is perhaps her most famous song.
|1||Play on spotify||Twisted||5,340 listeners|
|2||Play on spotify||It Don't Mean a Thing||3,181 listeners|
|3||Play on spotify||Farmer's Market||2,602 listeners|
|4||Play on spotify||Let Me Entertain You||1,678 listeners|
|5||Play on spotify||Together||1,639 listeners|
|6||Play on spotify||Only You (And You Alone) (Bonus Track)||1,585 listeners|
|7||Play on spotify||All of You||1,527 listeners|
|8||Play on spotify||Some People||1,493 listeners|
|9||Play on spotify||All I Need Is a Boy||1,423 listeners|
|10||Play on spotify||Everything's Coming up Roses||1,389 listeners|