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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 2010 CD release of "Three Classic Albums" on Discogs.

  2. 8. The albums discography of American jazz artist Sarah Vaughan contains 48 studio albums, ten live albums, 35 compilation albums, two extended plays, five box sets and eight album appearances. Her debut studio album was issued in 1950 and was followed by her second self-titled studio recording was released on EmArcy Records in 1954.

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    • Sarah Vaughan
    • Swingin’ Easy
    • No Count Sarah
    • The Divine One
    • After Hours
    • Sassy Swings The Tivoli
    • Sassy Swings Again
    • Live in Japan
    • How Long Has This Been Going on?
    • Send in The Clowns

    Originally from Newark, New Jersey, Vaughan was raised singing in church before she developed a love for performing. Early on, she could be found singing and playing piano in clubs, underage. Even though she went to a performing arts high school, she dropped out of school when it started to interfere with her performing opportunities. In 1942, at a...

    Probably one of the most well known Sarah Vaughan albums, Swingin’ Easy was recorded a few years before it’s release with one trio (featuring John Malachi on piano, Joe Benjamin on bass and Roy Haynes on drums), while the rest recorded with Jimmy Jones, piano, Richard Davis, bass, and Haynes again on drums. While Vaughan recorded with a multitude o...

    Through the 1950’s Vaughan toured almost constantly with a few notable dates like the Newport Jazz Festival in Summer 1954 and Carnegie Hall later that year with the likes of Billie Holiday, Charlie Parker, Lester Young and the Modern Jazz Quartet. Mercury Recordsspent these years turning Sarah Vaughan into a pop star of the day and, while her pop ...

    In 1958, Sarah Vaughan filed for divorce against George Treadwell and, despite years of success, the money between them added up to only $16,000, which they divided up equally and went their separate ways romantically and professionally. This may have led up to a change of label, as Vaughan signed with Roulette Records – a small label owned by one ...

    As well as many large ensemble recordings for Roulette (including the next one, another Basie-less recording with his orchestra), Vaughan also recorded some small group albums like After Hours with Mundell Lowe on guitar and George Duvivier on double bass. The notable features here are mostly ballads – Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye, Duke Ellington’s So...

    When Vaughan’s contract with Roulette ended in 1962, she returned to the much safer terrain of Mercury and stayed with them until 1967. To open her recommencement, she was invited by Quincy Jones to perform four dates in Copenhagen at the Tivoli Gardens. Jones produced the album that featured Vaughan’s own trio. This album is considered one of the ...

    The next few years on Mercury sent Vaughan back into the pop hits realm, as she released albums like Vaughan With Voices, featuring the Svend-Saaby Danish Choir and ¡Viva! Vaughan. Both were produced by Quincy Jones. Her final album with Mercury was produced by Hal Mooney, who had worked for the label for years and had previously written arrangemen...

    From the end of 1967, Sarah Vaughan went unsigned until 1971, at which point she briefly signed with Mainstream Records and released 4 studio albums and 2 live albums. She met yet another new man but, for once, this one treated her well. Marshall Fisher had no experience managing, but he was fair and became known for writing her love letters. Live ...

    Sarah Vaughan had developed a love for Brazil and South America after touring there several times. So, wondering what to do next with her career, she decided to try her hand at producing her own album of bossa nova music, featuring some prominent Brazilian musicians like Dorival Caymmi and Antonio Carlos Jobim. In 1977, she signed with Pablo Record...

    Vaughan never married Marshall Fisher, but their professional and personal relationship ended in 1977 and she was then married to Waymon Reed (another trumpet player) until 1981. Around this time, she recorded one last album with the Count Basie Orchestra (still no Basie!). After previously making an album called Send In the Clowns (1974) and detes...

  3. Three Classic Albums by Sarah Vaughan released in 2011. Find album reviews, track lists, credits, awards and more at AllMusic.

  4. 3 Classic Albums: Amazon.de: Musik-CDs & Vinyl. Zum Hauptinhalt wechseln.de. Lieferung an Kassel 34117 Standort ...