Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi album flac
Title: Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi
Style: Ballad, Vocal
MP3 album: 1802 mb
FLAC album: 1722 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Blues
In the Land of Hi-Fi is a 1955 studio album by the American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. It was recorded on October 26 and 27 1955, in New York City. Over the Rainbow" (Harold Arlen, Yip Harburg) – 3:30. Soon" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 2:37. Cherokee" (Ray Noble) – 2:32. I'll Never Smile Again" (Ruth Lowe) – 2:35. Don't Be on the Outside" (George Kelly, Mayme Watts, Sidney Wyche) – 3:01. How High the Moon" (Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis) – 2:36.
Even though Sarah Vaughan recorded for Columbia between 1949 and 1952, only two LPs were culled from the many tracks she produced during this period: the ly After Hours, and Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi, a more jazz-oriented collection featuring a young Miles Davis and tenor player Budd Johnson, among others. These are among Vaughan's finest recordings, and the stellar accompaniment is reminiscent of the Teddy Wilson's small groups backing Billie Holiday on her Columbia recordings of the '30s
Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi. 1. East of the Sun (West of the Moon). 2. Nice Work If You Can Get It. Sarah Vaughan. 3. Come Rain or Come Shine.
The instrumentalists comprised Billy Taylor Sr. bass, clarinet Tony Scott, drums . Heard, guitars Freddie Green and Mundell Lowe, piano Jimmy Jones, on tenor saxophone Budd Johnson, trombone Bennie Green, and trumpet Miles Davis. The 8 songs were later incorporated into 1955's Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi. East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) - Brooks Bowman.
Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi is a 12 track compilation album by Sarah Vaughan released in 1955 and recorded from December 21, 1949 through December 1952. In 1950, a debut 10" LP entitled Sarah Vaughan was released with eight songs that would later be used on Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi. In 1955, those eight songs, along with four others, were released on the 12" LP Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi.
Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown (1954). In the Land of Hi-Fi (1955). Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi. Other album appearances. 2:00 AM Paradise Cafe.
Sarah Vaughan - 1997 - In Hi-Fi – Mean To Me (alternate take). Sarah Vaughan – Ain t Misbehavin (1955 - Sarah Vaughan i. :51. Sarah Vaughan – Mean to Me. These are among Vaughan's finest recordings, and the stellar accompaniment is reminiscent of the Teddy Wilson's small groups backing Billie Holiday on her Columbia recordings of the '30s
|A1||Come Rain Or Come Shine|
|A2||Mean To Me|
|B1||It Might As Well Be Spring|
|B2||Can't Get Out Of This Mood|