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An Introduction To Sarah Vaughan

Sarah Vaughan

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1
East of the Sun (And West of the Moon)
Sarah Vaughan
2:52
2
Loverman (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
Sarah Vaughan
3:16
3
Mean to Me
Sarah Vaughan
2:37
4
Everything I Have Is Yours
Sarah Vaughan
2:49
5
The More I See You
Sarah Vaughan
3:12
6
Green Dolphin Street
Sarah Vaughan
2:59
7
But for Me
Sarah Vaughan
2:00
8
Day in Day Out
Sarah Vaughan
2:06
9
Misty
Sarah Vaughan
3:23
10
Careless
Sarah Vaughan
2:10
11
Stormy Weather
Sarah Vaughan
2:18
12
Tenderly
Sarah Vaughan
2:31
13
I'll Be Seeing You
Sarah Vaughan
3:42
14
Summertime
Sarah Vaughan
2:49
15
All of Me
Sarah Vaughan
2:12
16
Just One of Those Things
Sarah Vaughan
2:20
Total Playing Time    43:16
Sarah Vaughan, one of the most influential American jazz singers, showcases her incredibly talented vocals on her album "An Introduction to Sarah Vaughan." Featured on this album is Vaughan's well known tune "I'll Be Seeing you." Vaughan's virtuosic talent shines throughout this album and provides audiences with an introduction into her life as a female jazz singer.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fuel Records Studio Masters

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