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8 thoughts to “ Edna - Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Swings (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The Complete Sarah Vaughan on Mercury, Vol. 2: Sings Great American Songs () [Vinyl] LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Sarah Vaughan Format: Vinyl/5(5).
  2. item 4 Sarah Vaughan Sassy Swings Again LP Vinyl Record Mercury Mono USA 3 - Sarah Vaughan Sassy Swings Again LP Vinyl Record Mercury Mono USA. $ Free shipping. item 5 Sarah Vaughan: Sassy Swings The Tivoli 4 - Sarah Vaughan: Sassy Swings The Tivoli. $ +$ shipping.
  3. A really rich album by Sarah Vaughan – recorded in Paris in , with orchestrations by Quincy Jones – and large group backing that includes some great tenor work by Zoot Sims! The session's one of Vaughan's most cohesive albums of the period, and although it's got "violins" in the title, it's not too drippy or sleepy, thanks to Quincy – who keeps the whole thing.
  4. Label: Mercury - SFX • Series: Jazz Vocal Collection • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz • Style: Vocal, Bop, Easy Listening Sarah Vaughan - Sassy Swings The Tivoli (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. This is the ultimate recording of Sarah "Sassy" Vaughan. Live and in the full bloom of her life, obviously in Love and fully aware of her feels, skills and drives. With this incredibly naturally-develloped voice that slides up and down like an elegant snake and plays with her musicians and audience in every way, she is in full controle/5(18).
  6. Sarah Vaughan - Sassy Swings The Tivoli: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey: A2: Misty: A3: What Is This Thing Called Love: A4: Lover Man: A5 No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: sarah vaughan.
  7. Sarah Vaughan takes on the work of Duke Ellington – almost presented here in a style that's similar to some of the Songbook albums on Verve from the 50s! Billy Byers handles most of the arrangements here – especially on the larger group numbers – but some tracks are also in a LP, Vinyl record album.
  8. Sarah really swings on this album, with tremendous backing from the full-bodied Ernie Williams orchestra. As with her album "with Clifford Brown," this showcases Ms. Vaughan's dramatic swoops, bends, and incredible phrasing, but there are no unnecessary dramatics. Her voice is supple, very confident, and she evokes just the right emotions.5/5(10).

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