Sarah Vaughan - Recorded Live mp3 downloadPerformer: Sarah Vaughan
Title: Recorded Live
Style: Standards,Traditional Pop,Vocal Jazz
Date of recording: 1957 - 1963
Size MP3 version: 1751 mb
Size FLAC version: 1994 mb
Size WMA version: 1442 mb
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Sarah Vaughan - Recorded Live mp3 download
Mainstream Records Recorded live at Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 24th September, 1973 Tracklist: A1 A Foggy Day (G. Gershwin, I. Gershwin) A2 Poor.
Live in Japan (Sarah Vaughan album). Live in Japan is a 1973 live album by the American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, recorded at the Nakano Sun Plaza Hall in Tokyo, Japan. The two volumes were released separately. A double compact disc set was issued in 1993. In 2007, the United States Library of Congress honored the album by adding it to the National Recording Registry.
Sarah Vaughan, Various Artists, Sarah Vaughan. All That Jazz, Vol. 109: Lips Flips - Dizzy Gillespie and Friends Live. Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Sarah Vaughan, Dizzy Gillespie, Dizzy Gillespie Big Band, Don Byas, Charlie Christian. 2018 Remastered 2018. The Early Years 1944-48.
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This 1954 studio date, a self-titled album recorded for Emarcy, was later reissued as Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown to denote the involvement of one of the top trumpeters of the day. Vaughan sings nine intimate standards with a band including Brown on trumpet, Herbie Mann on flute, and Paul Quinichette on tenor, each of which have plenty of space for solos (most of the songs are close to the five-minute mark).
Performance recorded live at Mister Kelly's, Chicago, IL. Tracks 1 - 12 August 6, 1957 Track 13 August 7, 1957 Tracks 14 - 20 August 8, 1957. Codice a barre e altri identificatori. Matrix, Runout: 832 791-2 02 . Price Code (Boxed): POL 900.
To Me (2002 Remastered Version) - Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan 7. The Gentleman Is A Dope (2002 Remastered Version) - Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan 8. You Go To My Head (2002 Remastered Version) - Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan 9. Until I Met You (2002 Remastered Version) - Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan 10. You Turned The Tables On Me (2002 Remastered Version) - Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan 11.
LIVE: Sarah Vaughan - 1958 - After Hours At The London House Sarah Vaughan - 1963 - Sassy Swings The Tivoli (2CD) Sarah Vaughan - 1963 - Sassy Swings The Tivoli (LP) Sarah Vaughan - 1973 - Live In Japan (2 CD) Sarah Vaughan - 1975 - With The Jimmy Rowles Quintet Sarah Vaughan - 1982 - Gershwin Live Sarah Vaughan And Her Trio - 1957 - At Mister Kelly's. If I could possibly prevail upon you, I really would like the 2CD Duke Ellington set from the 70s, and if it isn't too big an ask the 1974 Send in The Clowns album. You are a real star, but of course I realise that I could be asking far too much here.
Vaughan recorded Live in Japan, a live album in Tokyo with her trio in September 1973. During her sessions with Legrand, Bob Shad presented "Send in the Clowns", a Stephen Sondheim song from the Broadway musical A Little Night Music, to Vaughan for consideration. The song would become her signature, replacing the chestnut "Tenderly" that had been with her from the beginning of her solo career. Vaughan's final complete album was Brazilian Romance, produced and composed by Sérgio Mendes and recorded primarily in the early part of 1987 in New York and Detroit. In 1988, Vaughan contributed vocals to an album of Christmas carols recorded by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir with the Utah Symphony Orchestra and sold in Hallmark Cards stores. In 1989, Quincy Jones' album Back on the Block featured Vaughan in a brief scatting duet with Ella Fitzgerald.
|2||September in the Rain Harry Warren||Sarah Vaughan|
|3||Just One of Those Things Cole Porter||Sarah Vaughan|
|4||Be Anything But Be Mine||Sarah Vaughan|
|5||Thou Swell||Sarah Vaughan|
|6||Stairway to the Stars||Sarah Vaughan|
|7||How High the Moon||Sarah Vaughan|
|9||Like Someone in Love||Sarah Vaughan|
|10||Speak Low||Sarah Vaughan|
|11||Three Little Words||Sarah Vaughan|
|12||I'll String Along with You||Sarah Vaughan|
|13||All of You (Beginning) Cole Porter||Sarah Vaughan|
|14||All of You (Conclusion) Cole Porter||Sarah Vaughan|
|15||Thanks for the Memory||Sarah Vaughan|
|16||I Feel Pretty||Sarah Vaughan|
|18||What Is This Thing Called Love Cole Porter||Sarah Vaughan|
|19||Lover Man||Sarah Vaughan|
|20||Sometimes I'm Happy||Sarah Vaughan|
|21||Sassy's Blues||Sarah Vaughan|
|22||Polka Dots and Moonbeams||Sarah Vaughan|
|23||I Cried for You||Sarah Vaughan|
CreditsCole Porter - Composer
Sarah Vaughan - Primary Artist, Vocals
Harry Warren - Composer