℗ 1965 Society Records
Duration 30m 11s
Record Label Society Records
Catalogue No. 43NB5143SO
Release Date August 19, 1965
Genre Jazz
 

Sarah Vaughan Sings

Sarah Vaughan

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1.1
Button up Your Overcoat
Sarah Vaughan
2:32
1.2
I Can Make You Love Me
Sarah Vaughan
3:02
1.3
Once in a While
Sarah Vaughan
3:10
1.4
I've Got a Crush on You
Sarah Vaughan
3:05
1.5
I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance
Sarah Vaughan
2:49
1.6
I'm Glad There is You
Sarah Vaughan
3:05
1.7
Nature Boy
Sarah Vaughan
3:00
1.8
It's You or No One
Sarah Vaughan
3:14
1.9
It's Magic
Sarah Vaughan
3:18
1.10
The Lord's Prayer
Sarah Vaughan
2:56
Duration    30m 11s
Legendary jazz Chanteuse Sarah Vaughan is present in stunning modern clarity on this high-fidelity digital transfer of her classic Sarah Vaughan Sings ... with the Hollywood Allstars! The offering features several of Vaughan's most beloved mainstays from the American Songbook of jazz, backed by the inimitable sounds of the Hollywood Allstars.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Society Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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