Sarah Vaughan - Dreamy mp3 flac
Sarah Vaughan - vocal Dreamy (Sarah Vaughan album). The Definitive Collection - 75 Original Recordings.
Complete your Sarah Vaughan collection. A CD Format version of this release can be found in it's entirety in the compilation Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan Vo. (Eight Classic Albums).
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Dreamy (Sarah Vaughan album), 1960. Dreamy", a jazz song by Erroll Garner, covered by Sarah Vaughan and Shirley Horn. Dreamy", a song by Henry Mancini, for The Return of the Pink Panther. Dreamy", a song by Tracey Thorn for her 1982 album A Distant Shore. Dreamy" (Once Upon a Time), an episode of the American fairy tale/drama television series Once Upon a Time. Sarah Vaughan (1950 album). Sarah Vaughan (1954 album). In the Land of Hi-Fi.
Dreamy (Sarah Vaughan album). 1960 studio album by Sarah Vaughan. Dreamy This was Vaughan's first album for Roulette Records.
Dreamy is a 1960 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. This was Vaughan's first album for Roulette Records Harry "Sweets" Edison contributes.
The emphasis is on ballads on this Roulette LP, with the great singer Sarah Vaughan backed by a string section arranged and conducted by her regular pianist Jimmy Jones (although on this set Ronnell Bright actually does the piano playing). Trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison contributes some soft, melodic trumpet but the focus is very much on the singer during such numbers as "The More I See You," "Star Eyes," "My Ideal," and "Crazy He Calls M.
Sarah Lois Vaughan (March 27, 1924 – April 3, 1990) was an American jazz singer, described by music critic Scott Yanow as having "one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century. Nicknamed "Sassy", "The Divine One" and "Sailor" (for her salty speech), Sarah Vaughan was a Grammy Award winner. The National Endowment for the Arts bestowed upon her its "highest honor in jazz", the NEA Jazz Masters Award, in 1989. Sarah Vaughan's father, Asbury "Jake" Vaughan, was a carpenter by trade and played guitar and piano.
|A2||Hands Across The Table||2:52|
|A3||The More I See You||3:05|
|A4||I'll Be Seeing You||2:51|
|B2||Why Was I Born||2:29|
|B4||Crazy He Calls Me||3:05|
|B6||Moon Over Miami||2:29|
- Record Company – The World Record Club Limited
NotesGreen stroboscopic labels, so earliest 1965
|R 52046||Sarah Vaughan||Dreamy (LP, Album, Mono)||Roulette||R 52046||US||1960|
|SR 59051||Sarah Vaughan||Dreamy (LP, Album, RE)||Roulette||SR 59051||US||Unknown|
|SF-9034, SF 9034||Sarah Vaughan||Dreamy (LP, Album)||Forum , Forum||SF-9034, SF 9034||US||1960|
|PLAY 094||Sarah Vaughan||Dreamy (CD, Album)||Play 24-7||PLAY 094||Europe||2011|
|ES 12007||Sarah Vaughan||Dreamy (LP, Album, RE)||EMUS||ES 12007||US||1960|