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Sarah Vaughan - 1944-1946 Full Album

Sarah Vaughan - 1944-1946 Full Album Performer: Sarah Vaughan
Title: 1944-1946
Style: Bop, Vocal
Category: Jazz
Date of release: 1997
Country: France
Label: Classics
Catalog number: CLASSICS 958
Size MP3: 2409 mb
Size FLAC: 2104 mb
Rating: 4.7


1Georgie Auld And His OrchestraYou're Blasé
Alto Saxophone – Sam ZittmanBass – Joe PillicanePiano – Harvey LeonardTrombone – Gus Dixon, Johnny MandelTrumpet – George Schwartz, Neal Hefti, Sonny Rich
2Sarah VaughanI Could Make You Love Me2:44
3Billy Eckstine And His OrchestraI'll Wait And Pray
Alto Saxophone – Bill Frazier, John Jackson Bass – Tommy PorterDrums – Art BlakeyGuitar – Connie WainwrightPiano – John MalachiTenor Saxophone – Dexter Gordon, Gene AmmonsTrombone – Alfred "Chippy" Outcalt, Gerald Valentine , Howard Scott , Taswell BairdTrumpet – Gail Brockman, Marion "Boonie" Hazel, Shorty McConnell
4Sarah VaughanMy Kinda Love2:37
5Sarah VaughanLover Man
Drums – Sid CatlettPiano – Al Haig
6Georgie Auld And His OrchestraA Hundred Years Of Today
Alto Saxophone – Lou PrisbyBass – Ed CunninghamGuitar – Barry GalbraithPiano – Roy KralTrombone – Rude De Luca, Tracy AllenTrumpet – Al Aaron, Art House, Danny Blue
7Sarah Vaughan With Dizzy Gillespie And His OrchestraInterlude (Night In Tunisia)2:28
8Sarah Vaughan With Dizzy Gillespie And His OrchestraSigning Off2:37
9Sarah VaughanI'd Rather Have A Memory Than A Dream2:40
10Sarah Vaughan With Dizzy Gillespie And His OrchestraEast Of The Sun2:50
11Sarah VaughanWhat More Can A Woman Do?3:00
12Sarah Vaughan With Dicky Wells' Big SevenWe're Through
Baritone Saxophone – Cecil ScottBass – Al McKibbonDrums – Jimmy CrawfordTenor Saxophone – Budd JohnsonTrombone – Dicky WellsTrumpet – George Treadwell
13Tony Scott And His Down Beat Club SeptetAll Too Soon
Bass – Gene RameyClarinet – Tony Scott Drums – Ed NicholsonTenor Saxophone – Ben WebsterTrombone – Trummy YoungTrumpet – B. Bopstein
14Sarah Vaughan With Dizzy Gillespie And His OrchestraNo Smoke Blues2:25
15Sarah Vaughan With Tadd Dameron And His OrchestraI Can Make You Love Me3:01
16Sarah VaughanI'm Scared2:32
17Sarah VaughanMean To Me2:39
18Sarah Vaughan With Tadd Dameron And His OrchestraIf You Could See Me Now2:48
19Sarah Vaughan With Stuff Smith And His TrioTime And Again
Drums – Pete GloverPiano – Freddy JeffersonViolin – Stuff Smith
20Sarah VaughanIt Might As Well Be Spring2:58
21Sarah Vaughan With Tadd Dameron And His OrchestraYou're Not The Kind2:45
22Sarah VaughanYou Go To My Head3:00


  • Alto SaxophoneCharlie Parker (tracks: 6 to 9), Gene Zanoni (tracks: 17, 22), Leroy Harris (tracks: 18 to 21), Russell Procope (tracks: 11 to 14)
  • Baritone SaxophoneLeo Parker (tracks: 1, 18 to 21)
  • BassCurley Russell (tracks: 6 to 9), Jack Lesberg (tracks: 2 to 5), John Kirby (tracks: 11 to 14), Ted Sturgis (tracks: 18 to 21)
  • ClarinetAaron Sachs (tracks: 2 to 5), Hank Ross (tracks: 18 to 21)
  • DrumsArt Mardigan (tracks: 17, 22), Bill Beason (tracks: 11 to 14), Kenny Clarke (tracks: 18 to 21), Max Roach (tracks: 7 to 9), Morey Feld (tracks: 2 to 5)
  • GuitarBill De Arango (tracks: 7 to 9), Chuck Wayne (tracks: 2 to 5)
  • PianoBilly Kyle (tracks: 11 to 14), Bud Powell (tracks: 18 to 21), Jimmy Jones (tracks: 15, 16), Leonard Feather (tracks: 2 to 5), Tadd Dameron (tracks: 7 to 9)
  • Soprano SaxophoneGeorgie Auld (tracks: 17, 22)
  • Tenor SaxophoneAl Cohn (tracks: 17, 22), Flip Phillips (tracks: 7 to 9), Georgie Auld (tracks: 2, 17), Irv Roth (tracks: 17, 22)
  • TromboneMike Datz (tracks: 17, 22)
  • TrumpetAl Porcino (tracks: 17, 22), Clarence Brereton (tracks: 11 to 14), Dizzy Gillespie (tracks: 1 to 6), Freddy Webster (tracks: 18 to 21), John Birks (tracks: 7 to 9)
  • VocalsSarah Vaughan


Recorded in New York.

Misspelt 'The Chronogical Classics' on the front.


Sarah Vaughan. It's also one of the very best Sarah Vaughan retrospectives ever made available to the public. Vaughan positively glows in front of every ensemble lucky enough to back her, as she performs in an almost bewildering series of outstanding recordings on the De Luxe, Continental, Guild, Crown, Gotham, . and Musicraft labels. Sarah Lois Vaughan March 27, 1924 April 3, 1990 was an American jazz singer. Nicknamed Sassy and The Divine One, she won four Grammy Awards, including the Lifetime Achievement Award. She was given an NEA Jazz Masters Award in 1989. Critic Scott Yanow wrote that she had one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century. Vaughan's father, Asbury Jake Vaughan, was a carpenter by trade and played guitar and piano. Her mother, Ada Vaughan, was a laundress who sang in the church choir. Total Time: 62:00. This function is only available to JMA Collabs. About this release. Compilation album by Sarah Vaughan. I'll Wait And Pray. Signing Off. Interlude Night In Tunisia. Listen free to Sarah Vaughan The Chronological: 1944-1946. Sarah Vaughan - The Chronological Classics: Sarah Vaughan 1944-1946 Album. Artist: Sarah Vaughan. Album: The Chronological Classics: Sarah Vaughan 1944-1946. 11 Tracks. songs table. Linger AwhileThe Great Sarah Vaughan. The Complete Sarah Vaughan on Mercury, Vol. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery. Disc IDs 0. Cover Art 0. Sarah Vaughan 1945-05-25 track 7. writer: Tadd Dameron track 16. Anne Green track 16. Will Hudson track 20. Irving Mills track 20. Album Compilation. Packaging: Jewel Case. Status: Official. Language: English. Group Compilation. Songs in album Sarah Vaughan - The Chronological Classics 1946 - 1947 1988. Sarah Vaughan - I've Got A Crush On You. Sarah Vaughan - I'm Through With Love. Sarah Vaughan - Everything I Have Is Yours. Sarah Vaughan - Body And Soul. Sarah Vaughan - Penthouse Serenade When We're Alone. Sarah Vaughan - Don't Worry 'Bout Me. Sarah Vaughan - Time After Time. Sarah Vaugha