If there is one record that it is frequently played at my apartment, it is Porgy & Bess, the 1957 collaboration between Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong. Their recording of Gershwin's "Summertime" is arguably the best jazz vocal rendition of the song. With a vocal range spanning three octaves, she has one of the most distinctive voices in music. And as the weather gets a little colder, I find myself listening to Fitzgerald during evenings spent at home. Her voice is reminiscent of old Hollywood glamour, making it the perfect accompaniment for holiday parties and winter celebrations.