Sarah Vaughan

After Hours

Musiciens/Orchestre: 
Sarah Vaughan (vocals), George Duvivier (bass), Mundell Lowe (guitar)
Son: 
Stéréo
Grammage: 
180
LPs: 
1
Set Box: 
0
34.50 €
RPM: 
33
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
Description: 
Remastering by Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London. This Roulette Records' 1961 Birdland Series LP of Sarah Vaughan's After Hours was the first ever album by "Sassy" to feature just her voice with bass (George Duvivier) and guitar (Mundell Lowe) in a program of mostly ballads, with Miss Vaughan crooning quietly in a rarely used style. Her voice is at its peak on these intimate, relaxed, almost spontaneous sessions. A true jazz classic of considerable beauty, with George and Mundell perfectly complementing "the Divine Sarah" as she runs through a set of carefully chosen (yet unrehearsed) favorites, all songs one might've heard her perform in a smoky club well After Hours. Just one gorgeous track after another here. On "Wonder Why" Vaughan plumbs the depths of her vocal range. "Easy to Love" features an outstanding walking bass line. They swing it so well, Sarah is moved to finger-snap. Her exquisite enunciation and vocal sliding are most noticeable on a mellow cover of Duke Ellington's "Sophisticated Lady". The LP's most energetic song, "Great Day" again spotlights George's amazing bass work. A mere fragment, it fades out much too soon. On an impressive "Sentimental Mood," Sassy utilizes sharp, flat and quarter tones, and a few notes perhaps never heard before. The facáde of aloofness that shields a broken heart in "Vanity" makes for a melancholy, yet apropos, set closer.
Extrait YouTube: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFBw1UHn6Ek
Titres des morceaux: 
Side A :
1. My Favorite Things
2. Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye
3. Wonder Why
4. Easy To Love
5. Sophisticated Lady
Side B :
1. Great Day
2. Ill Wind
3. If Love Is Good To Me
4. In A Sentimental Mood
5.Vanity
Livré sous 15 jours

After Hours With Sarah Vaughan

Son: 
Mono
Grammage: 
180
LPs: 
1
Set Box: 
0
34.50 €
RPM: 
33
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
Description: 
Sarah Vaughan signed for Columbia in 1949 & her chart successes continued with the charting of "Black Coffee" in the summer of 1949. During her tenure at Columbia through 1953, Vaughan was steered almost exclusively to commercial pop ballads, a number of which had chart success. No matter what she's singing you can't help but notice her amazing control and range. She's able to float effortlessly from the lowest end of the scale to the highest without effort. Her singing is as much second nature as breathing is to most of us. Listen to Vaughan wrap her voice around a word and you begin to understand what is meant by the term phrasing. You also realize why you don't hear the term used very often anymore as very few modern singers have this ability. It refers to a singer's ability to associate the lyrics of a song with the music. However, it means more than just being able to carry a tune. It's how you sing the words and music together. To be fair the music of today doesn't really lend itself to that style of singing either. However hearing a singer of the quality of Vaughan you begin to regret its passing. I'm sure there are jazz singers around who have the ability, but we don't hear them on a regular basis. Of course it's this ability which allowed her to be equally comfortable with any style of music she wished to sing. On this LP we hear her sail through a series of smoothly orchestrated pop tunes. Even the version of Gershwin's "Summertime" is given the uptempo treatment. This might have been a collection of rather commercial standards, but she gives them a soulfulness that raises them above the level of just another pop song. She might not be as emotionally raw as Billie Holliday, but that doesn't stop her from being able to imbue even the simplest of songs with the heart necessary to make them soar.
Extrait YouTube: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtAnwf9Y_3E
Titres des morceaux: 
Side A :
1. After Hours
2. Street of Dreams
3. You Taught Me To Love Again
4. You're Mine, You
5. My Reverie
6. Summertime
Side B :
1. Black Coffee
2. Thinking of You
3. I Cried For You
4. Perdido
5. Deep Purple
6. Just Friends
Livré sous 15 jours

Sarah Vaughan Sings George Gershwin

Son: 
Mono
Grammage: 
180
LPs: 
2
Set Box: 
0
69.50 €
RPM: 
33
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
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DISPONIBILITÉ : 31/03/2018 (sous réserve Verve Records)
Description: 
One for the ages, Sarah Vaughan's impeccable pop-jazz vocals absolutely soar over Hal Mooney's dynamic arrangements on this essential 1957 release, bringing new life to timeless George Gershwin standards like "Someone To Watch Over Me", "I've Got a Crush On You", "A Foggy Day", "Summertime", "The Man I Love", and many more. In celebration of its 60th anniversary, the immortal Sarah Vaughan Sings George Gershwin is being reissued on double vinyl in its original mono mix.
Titres des morceaux: 
Side A :
1. Isn't It A Pity ?
2. Of Thee I Sing
3. I'll Build A Stairway To Paradise
4. Someone to Watch Over Me
5. Bidin' My Time
6. The Man I Love
Side B :
1. How Long Has This Been Going On ?
2. My One and Only (What Am I Gonna Do ?)
3. Lorelei
4. I've Got A Crush On You
5. Summertime
Side C :
1. Aren't You Kinda Glad We Did ?
2. They All Laughed
3. Looking For A Boy
4. He Loves and She Loves
5. My Man's Gone Now
Side D :
1. I Won't Say I Will But I Won't Say I Won't
2. A Foggy Day
3. Let's Call the Whole Thing Off
4. Things Are Looking Up
5. Do It Again
6. Love Walked In
Pré-Commande

Snowbound

Musiciens/Orchestre: 
Sarah Vaughan (vocals), Orchestra conducted by Don Costa
Son: 
Stéréo
Grammage: 
180
LPs: 
1
Set Box: 
0
34.50 €
RPM: 
33
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
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DISPONIBILITÉ : 30/11/2011 (sous réserve Speakers Corner)
Description: 
Enveloppé dans les cordes apaisantes de l'arrangeur Don Costa, Sarah Vaughan a enregistré sans surprise une collection de ballades de rêve intitulée « Snowbound ». Malgré l'atmosphère paisible et un rythme promeneur, Vaughan ne traite guère la matière comme un jeu d'enfant pour sa voix, sur l'ensemble de ces 11 chansons elle recherche et trouve différentes manières de présenter ses standards usés par le temps. La chanson titre d'ouverture est l'une des plus chaudes, et l’une des plus romantiques sur ce LP, Vaughan cherche dans les profondeurs de son alto et perfectionne son chantonnant vibrato. Elle sélectionne également un air obscur de Gershwin « Blah, Blah, Blah », naturellement négligé, mais amusant quand même et vers la fin, transforme des ballades confortables dans une mini suite de matière abandonnée : « I Fall in Love Too Easily », « Glad To Be Unhappy », et « Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most ». « Snowbound » est un des joyaux de Sarah Vaughan oublié pendant des années !
Titres des morceaux: 
1. Snowbound
2. I Hadn't Anyone 'Til You
3. What's Good About Goodbye
4. Stella By Starlight
5. Look To Your Heart
6. Oh You Crazy Moon
7. Blah, Blah, Blah
8. I Remember You
9. I Fall In Love Too Easily
10. Glad To Be Unhappy
11. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
Livré sous 15 jours

You're Mine You (clarity vinyl)

Musiciens/Orchestre: 
Sarah Vaughan (vocals), Quincy Jones And His Orchestra
Son: 
Stéréo
Grammage: 
200
LPs: 
4
Set Box: 
0
499.50 €
RPM: 
45
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
Informations complémentaires: 
UNUSED, FACTORY SEALED
Description: 
Another breathtaking set of recordings by the "Sassy" one, this 1962 release, originally from the Roulette label boasts a dozen lush and lilting romantic tunes arranged by Quincy Jones. Featuring a mix of full band, strings and writing for additional brass and woodwinds, each chart compliments Vaughan's vocal moods. Her interpretation of songs from Sondheim-Bernstein, Lerner-Loewe, Rodgers-Hart plus other standard ballads is enhanced by the superb recording captured by producer Teddy Reig and crew. Definitely one that audiophiles and jazz fans alike will play over and over.
Extrait YouTube: 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHlc8T1uLYQ
Titres des morceaux: 
Side A :
1. You're Mine You
2. The Best Is Yet To Come
3. Witchcraft
Side B :
1. So Long
2. Second Time Around
3. I Could Write A Book
Side C :
1. Maria
2. Baubles, Bangles and Beads
3. In Other Words
Side D :
1. Moonglow
2. Invitation
3. On Green Dolphin Street
Livré sous 7 jours

The Divine One

Musiciens/Orchestre: 
Sarah Vaughan (vocals), Jimmy Jones (piano), Harry ‘’Sweets’’ Edison (trumpet, vocals)
Son: 
Stéréo
Grammage: 
180
LPs: 
1
Set Box: 
0
34.50 €
RPM: 
33
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
Description: 
Enregistré juste après avoir rejoint le label Roulette en 1960, Sarah Vaughan avec « The Divine One », s’est retrouvée dans une conjoncture bien définie en fonction de son talent. Arrangé par Jimmy Jones, qui se trouve également au piano, le cadre était un petit groupe qui inclus une seule voix forte pour accentuer la sienne et pas moins d'une autre voix forte et claire du trompettiste Harry ‘’Sweets’’ Edison (l'accompagnement parfait pour Sarah Vaughan) . L’album « The Divine One » est surtout une collection de ballades, et il comprend quelques nouvelles chansons de bons choix à son répertoire comme « Have You Met Miss Jones ? » (aka Old Jones), « When Your Lover Has Gone », « Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams » et « Jump for Joy ». Son interprétation de « Ain’t No Use » que Big Maybelle avait d'abord enregistré, fût également un excellent choix. Roulette allait bientôt pousser Vaughan dans de nombreuses directions différentes, publiant plus d'une douzaine de disques en seulement quelques années, mais cet enregistrement composé d’un petit groupe est un véritable joyau.
Titres des morceaux: 
Side One :
1. Have You Met Miss Jones ?
2. Ain't No Use
3. Everytime I See You
4. You Stepped Out Of A Dream
5. Gloomy Sunday
6. What Do You See In Her
Side Two :
1. Jump For Joy
2. When Your Lover Has Gone
3. I'm Gonna Laugh You Out Of My Life
4. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
5. Somebody Else's Dream
6. Trouble Is A Man
Livré sous 15 jours

The Lonely Hours - 45 RPM Clarity Vinyl

Musiciens/Orchestre: 
Sarah Vaughan (vocals), Benny Carter (arranger, conductor)
Son: 
Stéréo
Grammage: 
200
LPs: 
4
Set Box: 
Set Box
499.50 €
RPM: 
45
Edition limitée: 
Edition limitée
Fin de série: 
0
Sélection AAD: 
0
Informations complémentaires: 
UNUSED, FACTORY SEALED
Description: 
Après un grand nombre d'albums prestigieux pour le label Mercury, Sassy a signé avec Roulette en 1960 et est revenue rapidement à son niveau antérieur. Sachant toujours s'entourer d'arrangeurs et de professionnels de premier plan, c'est avec le talentueux et polyvalent Benny Carter qu'elle enregistre en 1963 les sessions qui constituent « The Lonely Hours ». Les habiles compositions de Benny, notamment sur la reprise de « Solitude » d'Ellington renforcent les sentiments de mélancolie, d'isolement, de peines de coeur et d’amours brisés, tandis que le phrasé et l'interprétation caractéristiques de Sarah Vaughan parachèvent l'ambiance. Une bonne douzaine de formidables sélections comprenant Lonely Hours, I'll Never Be The Same, If I Had You, Friendless, You're Driving Me Crazy, Always On My Mind, Look For Me, I'll Be Around, What'll I Do?, These Foolish Things Remind Me Of You, The Man I Love et So Long-My Love. Produit par Teddy Reig, pour la première fois, vous trouverez ces fabuleux enregistrements en 45 tours, sous forme d'un merveilleux coffret de quatre disques sur vinyle Classic Records Clarity SV-P II 200g.
Titres des morceaux: 
Side One :
1. Lonely Hours
2. I'll Never Be The Same
3. If I Had You
Side Two :
1. Friendless
2. You're Driving Me Crazy
3. Always On My Mind
Side Three :
1. Look For Me, I'll Be Around
2. What'll I Do?
3. Solitude
Side Four :
1. These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You)
2. The Man I Love
3. So Long, My Love
Livré sous 7 jours