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Moonglow - Sarah Vaughan - 20 Jazz Classics (CD)

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8 comments on Moonglow - Sarah Vaughan - 20 Jazz Classics (CD)

  1. This four-disc box set from legendary jazz vocalist Sarah Vaughan includes eight of her best recordings in their entireties: Hot Jazz (), Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown (), The Divine Sarah Sings (), In the Land of Hi-Fi (), Swingin' Easy (), Sarah Vaughan Sings George Gershwin, Vol. 1 (), Sarah Vaughan & Billy Eckstine: The Irving Berlin Songbook (), and Close.
  2. This compilation contains 20 tracks recorded during Vaughan's tenure at Roulette, thirteen of them for the label and seven of them from a session she recorded in or with her trio and clarinetist Woody Herman, subsequently released by the VJC flexomercorligasireserlihati.xyzinfo: $
  3. Label: Music For Pleasure - CDMFP ,EMI Jazz - • Format: CD Compilation, Remastered, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Stage & Screen • Sarah Vaughan - 20 Jazz Classics (, CD) | Discogs.
  4. Buy Youre Mine You+The Explosive Side of CD from Sarah Vaughan for $ and pay no postage. Listen now for free. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at your service. free shipping.
  5. Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi CD has much to recommend it (per other reviews). Track 1 unfortunately gives the listener an inaccurate impression of the pleasure (20 additional songs) to come. Per the nicely-illustrated page booklet that accompanies (page 18): "Note: Disc noise is inherent on this material/5(23).
  6. Teira Lockhart Church was a finalist in the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition. A jazz and contemporary singer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, she has been honored by the Los Angeles Spotlight Awards (first place, ), the Reno Jazz Festival, the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts’ YoungArts.
  7. As he liked the melody and arrangement of ‘Moonglow’, he recorded the theme in The disc didn’t get into the hit charts, but other four recordings did the following year, one of them, Benny Goodman’s orchestra’s, reached the first position.
  8. Sarah Vaughan was for me, as a high schooler, the beginning and the end of jazz singing. And it was her "Live at Mr. Kelly's" album that alerted me to her command as a vocalist who went beyond "scat" to re-creating melodies, extemporaneous yet whole, usually beginning with the 2nd chorus, when she improvised like an great jazz instrumentalist/5(19).

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