Dreamy is a 1960 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. This was Vaughan's first album for Roulette Records Harry "Sweets" Edison contributes some soft melodic trumpet but the focus is very much on the singer. This is nice music that deserves to be reissued. Dreamy" (Sydney Shaw, Erroll Garner) - 2:56.
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.
Writers Harry Warren & Mack Gordon. More Sarah Vaughan albums. Sarah Vaughan featuring Clifford Brown.
Sarah Vaughan - Black Coffee - (Remastered) (03:16, 320Kb/s). Sarah Vaughan - Perdido (Remastered) (02:31, 320Kb/s). On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Best Of Sarah Vaughan (2003).
Possessor of one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century, Sarah Vaughan ranked with Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday in the very top echelon of female jazz singers. She often gave the impression that with her wide range, perfectly controlled vibrato, and wide expressive abilities, she could do anything she wanted with her voice. Other than a few months with John Kirby from 1945-46, Sarah Vaughan spent the remainder of her career as a solo star. Although she looked a bit awkward in 1945 (her first husband George Treadwell would greatly assist her with her appearance), there was no denying her incredible voice. She made several early sessions for Continental: a December 31, 1944 date highlighted by her vocal version of "A Night in Tunisia," which was called "Interlude," and a May 25, 1945 session for that label that had Gillespie and Parker as sidemen.
The Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Competition provides a platform for outstanding jazz singers to launch a career within the music business – learn more! . On a Wednesday night in 1942, Newark teenager Sarah Vaughan went to the Apollo Theater to compete in an amateur singing contest. Instead, Vaughan’s win launched a career that would transform America’s original art form and an icon who elevated the craft of jazz vocal music and garnered the respect and adoration of millions.
|A1||How High The Moon|
|A2||The Man I Love|
|A4||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes|
|A6||Lullaby Of Birdland|
|B1||My Funny Valentine|
|B3||I Can't Give You Anything But Love|
|B4||All Of Me|
|B5||Fly Me To The Moon|
|B6||What Is This Thing Called Love|
|C1||The Boy From Ipanema|
|C5||A Lover's Concerto|
|C6||What Now My Love|
|D2||The Shadow Of Your Smile|
|D4||Tea For Two|
|D5||Take The "A" Train|
|D6||(I Left My Heart) In San Francisco|
- Manufactured By – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
Notesother japan issue
|SM-9035～6||Sarah Vaughan||All About Sarah Vaughan (2xLP, Comp)||Mercury||SM-9035～6||Japan||Unknown|