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Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi


Download links and information about Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi by Sarah Vaughan. This album was released in 1950 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:03:53 minutes.

Artist: Sarah Vaughan
Release date: 1950
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:03:53
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No. Title Length
1. East of the Sun (West of the Moon) 3:06
2. Nice Work If You Can Get It 2:34
3. Come Rain or Come Shine 3:23
4. Mean to Me 2:52
5. It Might As Well Be Spring 3:10
6. Can't Get Out of This Mood 2:48
7. Goodnight My Love 3:26
8. Ain't Misbehavin' 2:58
9. Pinky 2:41
10. The Nearness of You 3:18
11. Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year 2:40
12. Ooh, What'cha Doin' to Me 1:54
13. It's All In Your Mind 3:20
14. The Nearness of You (Alternate Take) 3:09
15. Ain't Misbehavin' (Alternate Take) 2:59
16. Goodnight My Love (Alternate Take) 3:44
17. Can't Get Out of This Mood (Alternate Take) 2:49
18. It Might As Well Be Spring (Alternate Take) 3:26
19. Mean to Me (Alternate Take) 2:49
20. Come Rain or Come Shine (Alternate Take) 3:32
21. East of the Sun (West of the Moon) (alternate Take) 3:09
22. Pause Track 0:06



Most of Sarah Vaughan's Columbia recordings were on the commercial side, but not the memorable selections on this wonderful CD reissue. She recorded eight selections in 1950 with an octet that included trumpeter Miles Davis, trombonist Benny Green, the remarkably cool clarinetist Tony Scott and tenorman Budd Johnson. This CD adds alternate takes to seven of the numbers, increasing the discography of both Sassy and Miles. This version of "Ain't Misbehavin'" is a true classic (with memorable eight-bar solos by each of the four horns); "Mean to Me" and "Nice Work If You Can Get It" are gems, and the other performances are not far behind. In addition, Vaughan sings two versions of "The Nearness of You" in 1949; there is also a previously unknown recording of "It's All In the Mind," and three orchestra numbers from 1951 and 1953 wrap up the outstanding reissue. Sassy has rarely sounded better. Highly recommended.