Sarah Vaughan: The Duke Ellington Songbook Volume 1 CD Track Listing

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Sarah Vaughan The Duke Ellington Songbook Volume 1 (1979)
c 1979 Pablo/Pablo Today/Fantasy Records\n\nJoe Pass - Guitar \nBucky Pizzarelli - Guitar \nJimmy Rowles - Piano \nGrady Tate - Drums \nMike Wofford - Piano \nNorman Granz - Producer, Artwork, Design, Layout Design \nBilly Byers - Strings, Arranger, Conductor, Harp, Horn, Vibraphone \nFrank Foster - Sax (Tenor) \nJ.J. Johnson - Trombone \nJ. Alan Johnson - Trombone, Soloist \nWaymon Reed - Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Soloist \nDennis Sands - Remixing \nSarah Vaughan - Vocals \nZoot Sims - Sax (Tenor), Soloist \nAndy Simkins - Bass \nAndy Simpkins - Bass \nBob Simpson - Engineer \nVal Valentin - Engineer \nFrank Wess - Flute, Sax (Tenor) \nJoe Tarantino - Remastering, Digital Remastering \nSheldon Marks - Artwork, Design, Layout Design \nPhil Stern - Photography, Cover Photo \nTamaki Beck - Mastering
This jazz cd contains 10 tracks and runs 41min 38sec.
Freedb: 9209c00a


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  1. Sarah Vaughan - In A Sentimental Mood (04:25)
    AMG Review\n\nSarah Vaughan interprets ten Duke Ellington-associated songs on the first of two sets; Song Book Two was recorded at the same two sessions as this CD reissue. Vaughan is accompanied by a variety of jazz all-stars including trumpeter Waymon R
  2. Sarah Vaughan - I'm Just A Lucky So And So (04:32)
    Sarah Vaughan \nAKA real name: Sarah Lois Vaughan\n \nBorn Mar 27, 1924 in Newark, NJ \nDied Apr 3, 1990 in Los Angeles, CA \n\nPossessor of one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century, Sarah Vaughan ranked with Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holid
  3. Sarah Vaughan - Solitude (04:29)
  4. Sarah Vaughan - I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart (03:36)
  5. Sarah Vaughan - I Didn't Know About You (04:12)
  6. Sarah Vaughan - All Too Soon (03:51)
  7. Sarah Vaughan - Lush Life (04:32)
  8. Sarah Vaughan - In A Mellow Tone (03:22)
  9. Sarah Vaughan - Sophisticated Lady (03:32)
  10. Sarah Vaughan - Day Dream (05:01)

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