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Sarah Vaughan - 80th Birthday Celebration, 54 Classic Crown And Pablo Recordings (CD)

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  1. This four-disc box set from legendary jazz vocalist Sarah Vaughan includes eight of her best recordings in their entireties: Hot Jazz (), Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown (), The Divine Sarah Sings (), In the Land of Hi-Fi (), Swingin' Easy (), Sarah Vaughan Sings George Gershwin, Vol. 1 (), Sarah Vaughan & Billy Eckstine: The Irving Berlin Songbook (), and Close 8/
  2. Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi CD has much to recommend it (per other reviews). Track 1 unfortunately gives the listener an inaccurate impression of the pleasure (20 additional songs) to come. Per the nicely-illustrated page booklet that accompanies (page 18): "Note: Disc noise is inherent on this material/5(23).
  3. America jazz singer Sarah Vaughan (–) recorded extensively throughout her career, and most recordings remain in the catalogs as reissues. The following is a selected list of albums in chronological order by date of release.
  4. Oct 14,  · Sarah Vaughan: Four Classic Albums. By. Derek Ansell - 14 October Facebook. Twitter. Email. Four sturdy Sarah sessions here, originally from different labels and squeezed neatly on to two CDs. The session with Clifford Brown dates from and finds the singer in upbeat, swinging and scatting mood with strong contributions from Paul.
  5. This set features the great Sarah Vaughan in a typically spontaneous Norman Granz production for Pablo with pianist Oscar Peterson, guitarist Joe Pass, bassist Ray Brown, and drummer Louie Bellson. Sassy sounds wonderful stretching out on such songs as "Midnight Sun," "More Than You Know," "Teach Me Tonight," and "Body and Soul," among others/5(16).
  6. Label: Pablo today - • Format: 6x, Vinyl LP Box Set Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues • Sarah Vaughan - The Pablo Years (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(7).
  7. Sarah Vaughan: 'The Quintessence' August 1, • When Sarah Vaughan was a rising jazz star in her 20s, she recorded The Quintessence. The collection features solos by Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie.

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