Born: May 19, 1929 | Died: May 29, 1992
Mavis Rivers has been described by many of her peers as one of the world’s great female jazz singers, and she attracted an international following among jazz purists. Frank Sinatra is said to have described her as the ‘purest voice’ in jazz, comparing her to Ella Fitzgerald. Her New Zealand recordings are little known to the outside world, but they form an important part of the history of recorded music in this country. Although she spent much of her life in the United States, Rivers holds a special place in the hearts of many New Zealanders, who warmly remember her as this country’s finest jazz singer....
Source: Shane Rivers
It's A Good DayCapitol Records
We Remember Mildred BaileyCapitol Records
Mavis Rivers Meets Shorty RogersCapitol Records
Footsteps Of A Fool / Slightly Out Of Tune (Desafinado)Capitol Records
The Simple LifeCapitol Records
Hooray For LoveCapitol Records
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