Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One - AudioSoundMusic
Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One - AudioSoundMusic
Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One - AudioSoundMusic
Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One - AudioSoundMusic

Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One

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

Harry “Sweets” Edison –trumpet [click here to see more vinyl featuring Harry Sweets Edison]

Plus others unknown


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Pallas

Label : Pure Pleasure Records

Original Label : Roulette

Recorded October 1960

Produced by Jimmy Jones

Remastered by Ray Staff at Air Mastering, Lyndhurst Hall, London

Originally released in 1961

Reissued in November 2014



Side A:

  1. Have You Met Miss Jones?
  2. Ain't No Use
  3. Everytime I See You
  4. You Stepped Out Of A Dream
  5. Gloomy Sunday
  6. What Do You See In Her

Side B:

  1. Jump For Joy
  2. When Your Lover Has Gone
  3. I'm Gonna Laugh You Out Of My Life
  4. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
  5. Somebody Else's Dream
  6. Trouble Is A Man


Reviews :

"Recorded just after Sarah Vaughan joined the Roulette label in 1960, The Divine One found her in exactly the right circumstances to suit her excellent talents. Arranged by Jimmy Jones, who also sits in on piano, the setting was a small group that included one strong voice to accentuate hers -- and no less a strong and clear voice than trumpeter Harry "Sweets" Edison (the perfect accompaniment for Vaughan). The Divine One is mostly a ballads collection, and it includes a few songs that were new to her repertoire -- good choices like "Have You Met Miss Jones?" (aka "Old Jones"), "When Your Lover Has Gone," "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams," and "Jump for Joy." One great left-field choice is "Ain't No Use," the R&B song taken as a slow torch song that Big Maybelle had first recorded (Nina Simone didn't record it until several years later). Roulette would soon push Vaughan in many different directions -- releasing over a dozen LPs in just a few short years -- but this small-group date is a gem." AllMusic Review by John Bush


Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4,35 / 5

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