This Is Jazz, Vol. 20

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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
Sarah Vaughan's catalog is as vast as they come. Chronicling a career that spanned the early bebop days to the late '80s, Vaughan's output ranged from early big band gems and combo sides to songbook albums and Latin forays. Along with banner releases on EmArcy, Mercury, and Roulette from the mid-'50s through most of the '60s, she also recorded a number of solid sides for Columbia. This Sony sampler contains a good chunk of those songs from 1949-1953, including classic performances of "Black Coffee," "Can't Get Out of This Mood," and "East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)." Unfortunately, the disc also features much later material from such albums as her 1987 collaboration...
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All Music Guide - Stephen Cook
Sarah Vaughan's catalog is as vast as they come. Chronicling a career that spanned the early bebop days to the late '80s, Vaughan's output ranged from early big band gems and combo sides to songbook albums and Latin forays. Along with banner releases on EmArcy, Mercury, and Roulette from the mid-'50s through most of the '60s, she also recorded a number of solid sides for Columbia. This Sony sampler contains a good chunk of those songs from 1949-1953, including classic performances of "Black Coffee," "Can't Get Out of This Mood," and "East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)." Unfortunately, the disc also features much later material from such albums as her 1987 collaboration with Brazilian guitarist Milton Nasciemento. And while their renderings of "So Many Stars" and Nasciemento's "Nothing Will Be as It Was" are fine, the radical shift in mood from the early songs is a bit much. In lieu of considering this a good first-disc option then, newcomers should instead opt for either Columbia's 16 Most Requested Songs or any of the many Verve collections of Vaughan's EmArcy and Mercury sides.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/24/1996
  • Label: Sony
  • UPC: 074646497425
  • Catalog Number: 64974

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Sarah Vaughan Primary Artist, Vocals
Tony Scott Clarinet
Will Bradley Trombone
Dori Caymmi Guitar
Miles Davis Trumpet
George Duke Keyboards
Freddie Green Guitar
Budd Johnson Tenor Saxophone
Mundell Lowe Guitar
Billy Butterfield Trumpet
Cozy Cole Drums
Bob Haggart Bass
Taft Jordan Trumpet
George Kelly Saxophone
Buddy Morrow Trombone
Al Caiola Guitar
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra fender rhodes
Marilyn Baker Viola
Eddie Safranski Bass
Jimmy Abato Saxophone
Verlye Mills Harp
Maurice Brown Cello
Frederick Buldrini Violin
Kenneth Burward-Hoy Viola
Frank Carroll Bass
Sid Cooper Saxophone
Larry Corbett Cello
Paulinho Da Costa Percussion
Harold Feldman Saxophone
George Gaffney Piano
Irving Geller Violin
Joseph Goodman Violin
Bennie Green Trombone
Gordon Griffin Trumpet
J.C. Heard Drums
Todd Hemmenway Cello
R. Hill Violin
Dann Huff Guitar
Jean Hugo Violin
Isadore Zir Viola
Alphonso Johnson Bass
Harold Jones Drums
Jimmy Jones Piano
Leo Kruczek Strings
Jack Lesberg Bass
Norman Leyden Conductor
Gordon Marron Strings Violin
Jimmy Maxwell Trumpet
Nuncio "Toots" Mondello Saxophone
Tony Mottola Guitar
Gareth "Garry" Nuttycombe Viola
Wilbert Nuttycombe Violin
Samuel Rand Strings
Jay Rosen Violin
Hymie Schertzer Saxophone
Norris "Bunny" Shawker Drums
Sylvan Shulman Violin
Andy Simpkins Bass
Terry Snyder Drums
Dave Spitz Cello
Carlos Vega Percussion, Drums
Hershel Wise Viola
Jack Zayde Strings
Arthur Zadinsky Violin
Shari Zippert Violin
Marilyn Graham Violin
Irving Horowitz Saxophone
Gayle Levant Harp
Ronald Folson Violin
Ralph Hersh Strings
Felix Orlewitz Strings
Herman Schertzer Saxophone
Barry Socher Violin
Melvin "Red" Solomon Trumpet
Stanley Webb Saxophone
Andrew Ferretti Trumpet
Bill Hybel Violin
Suzie Katayama Cello
John d'Agostino Trombone
Bernard Kaufman Saxophone
Howard Kay Violin
William Pritchard Trombone
Henry Ross Saxophone
Robert Sanov Violin
Jack Satterfield Trombone
Zelly Smirnoff Violin
Wolfe Taninbaum Saxophone
Harry Terrill Saxophone
William Versaci Saxophone
Joe Lipman Conductor
Billy Taylor Sr. Bass
Muni Morrow Trombone
R. Banzoc Saxophone
Al Kloves Saxophone
Connie Krupka Violin
Jimmy Odriche Saxophone
Henry Rowland Piano
Art Drellinger Saxophone
George Rizzi Strings
Henry Roos Saxophone
Technical Credits
Sergio Mendes Composer
Milton Nascimento Composer
Dori Caymmi Arranger
Tadd Dameron Contributor
Miles Davis Contributor
Alan Bergman Composer
Marilyn Bergman Composer
Sonny Burke Composer
Hugo Winterhalter Arranger
Norman Leyden Arranger
Ernie Watts Contributor
Paul Francis Webster Composer
George Treadwell Contributor
Joe Lipman Arranger
Ronaldo Bastos Composer
Rene Vincent Composer
Michael Thomas Contributor
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