In the Land of Hi-Fi is a 1955 studio album by the American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. “In the Land of Hi-Fi is one of Sarah Vaughan’s best jazz dates for EmArcy. Accompanied by an [More]
Sarah Vaughan with Michel Legrand is a 1972 studio album by Sarah Vaughan, arranged by Michel Legrand. “A meeting that worked better than anyone might expect. Vaughan was still her dynamic, charismatic vocal self, while [More]
At Mister Kelly’s is a 1957 live album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, recorded at Mister Kelly’s jazz club in Chicago. “During the mid-’50s, Sarah Vaughan spent most of her time recording songbook standards [More]
Songs of the Beatles is a 1981 album by Sarah Vaughan of songs by The Beatles. The album contains songs written and originally performed by The Beatles with contemporaneous pop and jazz arrangements. On “Something” [More]
“These quite rare tracks show Sarah Vaughan in her prime (and still quite attractive, if I might add a small opinion), scatting and mellow-singing with her trio, as well as a not so bad (but [More]
Count Basie & Sarah Vaughan is a 1961 album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, accompanied by the Count Basie Orchestra, with arrangements by Frank Foster, Thad Jones and Ernie Wilkins. The original LP was part [More]
“These Things I Offer You For A Lifetime” (Bennie Benjamin / George Weiss / Morty Nevins). A heart that longs for you, Two arms that will be true, These things I offer you for a [More]
Sassy Swings the Tivoli is a 1963 live album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan and her trio, produced by Quincy Jones. The performances were recorded in the concert hall of the Tivoli Gardens, Copenhagen [More]
Dreamy is a 1960 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. This was Vaughan’s first album for Roulette Records. AllMuѕіс Rеvіеw bу Scott Yanow: Thе еmрhаѕіѕ is on bаllаdѕ оn this Roulette LP, wіth the [More]
I Love Brazil! is a 1977 studio album by Sarah Vaughan, accompanied by prominent Brazilian musicians Milton Nascimento, Dori Caymmi and Antônio Carlos Jobim. This was Vaughan’s first album of bossa nova/MPB, it was followed by [More]