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Sarah Vaughan - Sweet, Sultry And Swinging album

Sarah Vaughan - Sweet, Sultry And Swinging album Performer: Sarah Vaughan
Title: Sweet, Sultry And Swinging
Style: Bop, Cool Jazz
Country: US
Size MP3: 1158 mb
Size FLAC: 1175 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: VOC ADX FLAC APE MPC MP1 ASF

More albums from Sarah Vaughan: Sarah Vaughan Sings George Gershwin by Sarah Vaughan. Linger Awhile by Sarah Vaughan. Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi by Sarah Vaughan. Images by Sarah Vaughan. In The Land Of Hi-Fi by Sarah Vaughan. Great Songs From Hit Shows by Sarah Vaughan. The Divine Sarah Sings by Sarah Vaughan.

Swingin' Easy is a 1957 studio album by the American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. On the second chorus of "All of Me" Vaughan bops in "a quite extraordinary fashion, covering more than two octaves" (from the sleeve notes). Pennies from Heaven" is taken slower than is usual and Vaughan creates a brand new melody the second time around, a kind of descant improvising on the original tune.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "Sweet and Swinging" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Sweet and Swinging Album. Missing lyrics by Chris Connor?

A1 East Of The Sun A2 What More Can A Woman Do A3 No Smoke Blues A4 I'd Rather Have A Memory Than A Dream B1 Mean To Me B2 Love Was Just An Interlude B3 Tribute To Sarah B4 Signing Off.

Discover all Sarah Vaughan's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Setembro (Brazilian Wedding Song) (1989) by Quincy Jones, Sarah Vaughan, Take 6 and Herbie Hancock feat. Gerald Albright, George Benson and George Duke. is a cover of. Setembro (1, Movimento) by Ivan Lins (1980).

Few female jazz singers matched the hard-swinging and equally hard-living Anita O'Day for sheer exuberance and talent in all areas of jazz vocals. Her improvising, wide dynamic tone, and innate sense of rhythm made her more than just another big-band canary. Anita O'Day (October 18, 1919 - November 23, 2006) was an American jazz singer

Sarah Vaughan's third studio album for Mainstream Records sits somewhere between the lush orchestrations of the Michel Legrand "Sarah Vaughan" album and the pop-jazz stylings of "Send In The Clowns" and "A Time In My Life". Feelin' Good" includes both contemporary pop songs and classics with rich orchestrations coming from three groups of arrangers. I dismissed it on a quick listen, but revisited it when I noticed that it was missing from the Shad Shack, and several tracks have grown on me since. At this stage of her career Vaughan is something of a vocal dramatist, and here refines the dynamic range that Legrand's orchestrations had afforded her on the previous album. To my mind, she hits the mark in spectacular fashion on about half of this album. and sounds like a drag queen channelling Shirley Bassey on the other half.

Tracklist

A1 East Of The Sun
A2 What More Can A Woman Do
A3 No Smoke Blues
A4 I'd Rather Have A Memory Than A Dream
B1 Mean To Me
B2 Love Was Just An Interlude
B3 Tribute To Sarah
B4 Signing Off

Credits

  • Design – Sam Suliman
  • Producer – Billie Dove Dobson

Notes

"Electronically Processed" Stereo on front cover

"A product of Premier Albums" on label and back cover (see photos)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
M-73 Sarah Vaughan Sweet, Sultry And Swinging ‎(LP, Mono, DG) Spin-O-Rama M-73 US Unknown
S-73 Sarah Vaughan Sweet, Sultry And Swinging ‎(LP) Spin-O-Rama S-73 US Unknown
S-73 Sarah Vaughan Sweet, Sultry And Swinging ‎(LP, Album) Spin-O-Rama S-73 US 1962
S-73 Sarah Vaughan Sweet, Sultry And Swinging ‎(LP, Album) Spin-O-Rama S-73 US 1962
M-73 Sarah Vaughan Sweet, Sultry And Swinging ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Spin-O-Rama M-73 US 1962