Polka Dots And Moonbeams - Sarah Vaughan - Divine: The Jazz Albums, 1954-1958 (CD)

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  1. With her husky and sensual voice she was one of the great jazz singers. Here she's only accompanied by a small combo. Lover Man and Body and Soul were made famous by Billie Holiday, but Sarah Vaughan gives them a tender touch. In Shulie a Bop she demonstrates her scat singing. Gershwin's They Can't Take That Away from Me has the right swing and humor. On "off key" she actually sings off key.
  2. Barcode: 5 > Barcode (Scanned): ; Other Versions (2 of 2) View All Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year.
  3. Sarah Vaughan. Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, – April 3, ) was an American jazz singer, described by Scott Yanow as having "one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century." Update this biography» Complete biography of Sarah Vaughan».
  4. Sarah Vaughan - Divine The Jazz Albums (4CD) TRACKLIST Disc One: 1. Lover Man () 2. Shulie A Bop () 3. Polka Dots And Moonbeams ().
  5. Divine: The Jazz Albums Sarah Vaughan. 72 songs (4 hours and 24 minutes) Released on March 19, My Songs; Unlimited; Disc 1. 1. Lover Man Sarah Vaughan: 2. Shulie A Bop Sarah Vaughan: 3. Polka Dots And Moonbeams Sarah Vaughan: 4. Body And Soul Sarah Vaughan: 5. They Can't Take That Away From Me Sarah.
  6. Possessing one of the finest singing voices of the 20th century, Sarah Vaughan was already an established solo star when she signed with Mercury Records in , and between then and , she recorded pop material on the label's main imprint and jazz material on the subsidiary EmArcy Records, although there was some overlap between the two.8/
  7. Divine: The Jazz Albums - , a Compilation of songs by Sarah Vaughan. Released in on Verve (catalog no. B; CD). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Jazz. Featured peformers: Harry Weinger (producer), Kevin Reeves (mastering).
  8. Sarah Vaughan, sometimes incorrectly referred to as Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown, is a 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. Well received, though not without some criticism, the album was Vaughan's own favorite among her works through

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