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. The album was praised in the original LP sleeve-notes by jazz critic Nat Hentoff: "There is Sarah's striking sense of design.
predominately colored red, black, & white 'Live' at Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan.
Live' at Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan.
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Sarah Vaughan - I Could Write A Book. Sarah Vaughan - Bye Bye Blackbird. Sarah Vaughan - On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever). Sarah Vaughan - I Remember You. (play). Sarah Vaughan - Rainy Days And Mondays. Sarah Vaughan - 'Round Midnight.
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan (1954). Songs in album Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan (1954).
Sarah Vaughan's father, Asbury "Jake" Vaughan, was a carpenter by trade and played guitar and piano. Her mother, Ada Vaughan, was a laundress and sang in the church choir. Jake and Ada Vaughan had migrated to Newark from Virginia during the First World War. Sarah was their only biological child, although in the 1960s they adopted Donna, the child of a woman who traveled on the road with Sarah Vaughan. The Vaughans lived in a house on Brunswick Street, in Newark, New Jersey, for Sarah's entire childhood . Linger Awhile: Live at Newport and More released: 1999. The Chronological Classics: Sarah Vaughan 1946-1947 released: 1998. Jazz Profile: Sarah Vaughan released: 1998.
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Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, 1924 – April 3, 1990) was an American jazz singer. Nicknamed "Sassy" and "The Divine One", she won four Grammy Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award. She was given an NEA Jazz Masters Award in 1989. Critic Scott Yanow wrote that she had "one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century". Vaughan's father, Asbury "Jake" Vaughan, was a carpenter by trade and played guitar and piano. Her mother, Ada Vaughan, was a laundress who sang in the church choir
|A1||I Cried For You||1:45|
|A4||I Remember You||5:23|
|B1||There Is No Greater Love||4:05|
|B2||Rainy Days And Mondays||6:18|
|B3||On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever)||1:48|
- Bass – John Gianelli
- Design [Cover] – Jim O'Connell
- Drums – Jimmy Cobb
- Mixed By [Mixing Director] – Momosuke Tada
- Photography By [Cover] – Akiyoshi Miyashita
- Piano – Carl Schroeder
- Producer – Bob Shad
- Producer [Assistant] – Yuji Saitoh
- Vocals – Sarah Vaughan
Notes'Live' at Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan.
The track order shown here is very different from what is listed on the back jacket and the center labels. The order shown is based on listening to the tracks and assigning titles. The track order printed on the jacket is: Rainy Days and Mondays; I Cried For You; On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever); I Remember You; Tonight, Tonight; Tenderly; There Is No Greater Love; Summertime; The Blues.
|MRL 419||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan In Concert (LP)||Mainstream Records||MRL 419||Germany||1975|
|L35743||Sarah Vaughan||More Sarah Vaughan From Japan Live (LP)||Mainstream Records||L35743||Australia||1975|
|MRL 419, 6.22430 AO, 6.22 430||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan In Concert (LP)||Mainstream Records, Mainstream Records, Mainstream Records||MRL 419, 6.22430 AO, 6.22 430||Germany||1975|
|20EL5003||Sarah Vaughan||More Sarah Vaughan From Japan Live (LP, Album)||Mainstream Records||20EL5003||Japan||1975|
|MRL 419||Sarah Vaughan||More Sarah Vaughan From Japan Live (LP, Album)||Mainstream Records||MRL 419||US||1975|