|1||April In Paris||6:20|
|2||Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)||3:15|
|3||I Won't Say I Will But I Won't Say I Won't||3:23|
|4||I'm Glad There Is You (In This World Of Ordinary People)||5:08|
|5||Prelude To A Kiss||2:44|
|8||(I'm Afraid) The Masquerade Is Over||3:27|
|9||It's Easy To Remember||2:44|
|10||But Not For Me||3:25|
|11||Darn That Dream||3:50|
|12||I'll Never Smile Again||2:33|
|13||Smoke Gets In Your Eyes||3:58|
|15||Over The Rainbow||2:39|
|510 086 -2||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan (CD, Comp)||Verve Records, Gitanes Jazz, Polygram Jazz||510 086 -2||Europe||1990|
|848 004-2||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan (CD, Comp)||Gitanes Jazz, Verve Records||848 004-2||France||1990|
|314 512 379-2||Sarah Vaughan||Jazz 'Round Midnight (CD, Comp)||Verve Records||314 512 379-2||US||1992|
|510 086-4||Sarah Vaughan||Jazz 'Round Midnight (Cass, Comp, Dol)||Verve Records||510 086-4||Canada||1990|
|314 512 379-2||Sarah Vaughan||Jazz 'Round Midnight (CD, Comp, Club)||Verve Records||314 512 379-2||US||1989|
|A1||Lullaby Of Birdland||3:58|
|A2||April In Paris||6:17|
|A3||He's My Guy||4:11|
|B1||You're Not The Kind||4:41|
|B3||I'm Glad There Is You||5:07|
|MG-36004||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Mono)||EmArcy||MG-36004||US||1954|
|UCJU-9074||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Mono, Ltd, RE, RM, 200)||EmArcy||UCJU-9074||Japan||2007|
|814 641-2||Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown||Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown - Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown (CD, Album, RE, RM)||EmArcy||814 641-2||Europe||Unknown|
|SFX-7332||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Mono)||EmArcy Jazz||SFX-7332||Japan||1974|
|195J-5, MG-36004||Sarah Vaughan||Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||EmArcy, EmArcy||195J-5, MG-36004||Japan||Unknown|
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.
Sarah Vaughan, Jazz Pearls 3. Sarah Vaughan, Clifford Brown, Billy Eckstine. Sarah Vaughan, Jazz Pearls 2. Sarah Vaughan, Clifford Brown, Cannonball Adderley, Billy Eckstine. Sarah Vaughan, Jazz Pearls. Sarah Vaughan, Cannonball Adderley, Billy Eckstine, Clifford Brown. The Incomparable Sarah Vaughan. What More Can a Woman Do.
Sarah Vaughan, sometimes incorrectly referred to as Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown, is a 1954 jazz album featuring Grammy Award winning singer Sarah Vaughan and influential trumpeter Clifford Brown, released on the EmArcy label. It was the only collaboration between the pair. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
What are the best albums by Sarah Vaughan? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Listen to Sarah Vaughan on YouTube. Sarah Vaughan - Misty (Live from Sweden) Mercury Records 1964. Sarah Vaughan - Greatest Hits (Full Album - THE BEST OF JAZZ). Sarah Vaughan - The Man I Love. Sarah Vaughan best albums.
BPM Profile Sarah Vaughan. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Sarah Vaughan. Récital à Paris, 1985. Sarah Vaughan featuring Clifford Brown. Orchestra Arranged and Conducted by Michel Legrand.
Sarah Lois Vaughan (nicknamed "Sassy" and "The Divine One") (March 27, 1924, Newark, New Jersey – April 3, 1990, Los Angeles, California) was an American jazz singer, described as "possessor of one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century". Jazz critic Leonard Feather called her "the most important singer to emerge from the bop er.
The instrumentalists comprised Billy Taylor Sr. bass, clarinet Tony Scott, drums . Heard, guitars Freddie Green and Mundell Lowe, piano Jimmy Jones, on tenor saxophone Budd Johnson, trombone Bennie Green, and trumpet Miles Davis. The 8 songs were later incorporated into 1955's Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi.