Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)
Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)

Sarah Vaughan - Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi (2LP, Mono)

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Sarah Vaughan - vocals [click here to see more vinyl featuring Sarah Vaughan]

Recorded 21st December 1949 : The Nearness Of You – take 5 (master), take 1(alt.)

Billy Butterfield, Taft Jordan : trumpet / Will Bradley : trombone / Toots Mondello, Hymie Schertzer : alto saxophone / Artie Drelinger, George Kelly : tenor saxophone / Stan Webb : baritone saxophone / Jimmy Jones, Al Caiola : guitar / Eddie Safranski : bass / Cozy Cole : drums.

Recorded 18th May 1950 : Ain’t Misbehavin’ – take 2 (master), take 1 (alt.)/ Goodnight My Love – take 5 (master), take 3 (alt.) / Can’t Get Out Of this Mood – take 6(master), take 4 (alt.)/ It Might As Well Be Spring – take 4 (master), take 1 (alt.)

Miles Davis - trumpet [click here to see more vinyl featuring Miles Davis] 

Benny Green : trombone / Budd Johnson : tenor saxophone / Tony Scott : clarinet / Jimmy Jones : piano / Freddie Green : guitar / Jr. Billy “Pickels” Taylor : bass / J C Heard : drums. Budd Johnson, Benny Green & Freddie Green do not play on “It Might As Well Be Spring”

Recorded 19th May 1950 : Mean To Me – take 2(master), take 1(alt)/ Come Rain Or Come Shine – take 1(master), take 4(alt)/ Nice Work If You Can Get It – take 4(master)/ East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) – take 5(master), take 3(alt)

Miles Davis - trumpet [click here to see more vinyl featuring Miles Davis]

Benny Green : trombone / Budd Johnson : tenor saxophone / Tony Scott : clarinet / Jimmy Jones : piano / Mundell Lowe : electric guitar / Jr. Billy “Pickels” Taylor : bass / J C Heard : drums

Recorded 30th December 1952 : It’s All In The Mind

P.Cincillo, Red Solomon, J. Milazzo, Jimmy Maxwell : trumpets/ Will Bradley, Al G., Jack Sattersfield : trombone/ Jim Abto, Russ Bazer, Harold Feldman, Bernie Kaufman, Bill Vercazi : saxophones/ Lou Stein : piano/ Art Ryerson : guitar/ Frank Carroll : bass/ Terry Snyder : drums

Recorded 19th September 1951 : Pinky – unknown personnel

Recorded 5th January 1952 : “Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year” and “Ooh, What ‘Cha Doin’ To Me” - unknown personnel

 

2 LPs, Gatefold sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Mono

Studio

Record Press : Pallas

Label : Pure Pleasure

Original Label : Columbia

Remastered by Ray Staff

Originally released in 1955

Reissued in Oct 2006


Tracks:

Side A :

1. East of the Sun
2. Nice Work If You Can Get It
3. Pinky
4. The Nearness of You
5. Come Rain or Come Shine
6. Mean To Me

Side B :

1. It Might As Well Be Spring
2
. Can't Get Out of This Mood
3. Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year
4. Ooh, What-cha Doin' To Me
5. Goodnight My Love
6. Ain't Misbehavin'
 

Side C :

1. It's All In the Mind
2. The Nearness of You (alternate take)
3. Ain't Misbehavin (alternate take)
4. Goodnight My Love (alternate take)
5. Can't Get Out of This Mood (alternate take)

Side D :

1. It Might As Well Be Spring (alternate take)
2. Mean To Me (alternate take)
3. Come Rain or Come Shine (alternate take)
4. East of the Sun (alternate take)



Reviews:

« 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 guitar-bass-vocal-only 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. Here the still youthful Vaughan applies her technical mastery to jazz classics like "East of the Sun," "Come Rain or Come Shine," and "The Nearness of You," complete with startlingly elastic phrasing and sheer loveliness of voice. » AllMusic Review by Rovi Staff



Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4.86 / 5 

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