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Sarah Vaughan – The Jazz Masters 86 (1997)

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Sarah Vaughan – The Jazz Masters 86 (1997)

1.Nice Work If You Can Get It
2.The More I See You 
3.As Long As He Needs You 
4.But Not For Me 
5.What Kind Of Fool Am I 
6.Stormy Weather 
7.I Cried For You 
8.What Is This Thing Called Love 
9.It Might As Well Be Spring
10.Ain't Misbehavin' 
11.Goodnight My Love 
13.Green Dolphin Street 
14.Just One Of Those Things 
15.I'll Be Seeing You
16.Poor Butterfly


Sarah Vaughan was born March 27, 1924 in Newark, NJ, and died April 3, 1990, in Los Angeles of lung cancer. Her parents were Asbury, a carpenter, and Ada, a laundress. She began studying music when she was seven, taking eight years of piano lessons and two years of organ. As a child she sang in the choir at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Newark and played piano and organ in high school productions at Arts High School. She entered an amateur contest at the Apollo Theater in New York's Harlem area, singing "Body and Soul", and won the $10 prize and a week's engagement at the Apollo. From 1944 to 1945, she sang with Billy Eckstine and in 1947 she married her manager, trumpeter George Treadwell. Her later husbands included pro football player Clyde Atkins and trumpeter Waymon Reed. She received many awards, including an Emmy in 1981 for a tribute to George Gershwin and a Grammy in 1983. ---imdb.com

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