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Sarah Vaughan featuring Clifford Brown

Track listing

01    "Lullaby of Birdland" (George Shearing, George David Weiss) ΓÇô 4:02
02    "April in Paris" (Vernon Duke, E.Y. "Yip" Harburg) ΓÇô 6:23
03    "He's My Guy" (Gene de Paul, Don Raye) ΓÇô 4:14
04    "Jim" (Caesar Petrillo, Edward Ross, Nelson Shawn) ΓÇô 5:53
05    "You're Not the Kind" (Will Hudson, Irving Mills) ΓÇô 4:46
06    "Embraceable You" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) ΓÇô 4:49
07    "I'm Glad There Is You" (Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Mertz) ΓÇô 5:11
08    "September Song" (Maxwell Anderson, Kurt Weill) ΓÇô 5:45
19    "It's Crazy" (Dorothy Fields, Richard Rodgers) ΓÇô 4:58
10    "Lullaby of Birdland" (partial alternative take) (Shearing, Weiss) ΓÇô 3:59
11    "Lover Man" (Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, James Sherman) ΓÇô 3:19
12    "Shulie a Bop" (George Treadwell, Sarah Vaughan) ΓÇô 2:45
13    "Polka Dots and Moonbeams" (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen) ΓÇô 2:38
14    "Body and Soul" (Frank Eyton, Johnny Green, Edward Heyman, Robert Sour) ΓÇô 2:54
15    "They Can't Take That Away from Me" (Gershwin, Gershwin) ΓÇô 2:42
16    "You Hit the Spot" (Mack Gordon, Harry Revel) ΓÇô 3:02
17    "If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)" (Eddy Howard, Dick Jurgens) ΓÇô 2:34

Studio album (originally titled Sarah Vaughan) by Sarah Vaughan
Genre: Vocal jazz
Label: EmArcy
Producer: Bob Shad

Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown, also known as Sarah Vaughan, is a 1954 jazz album featuring Grammy Award winning singer Sarah Vaughan and influential trumpeter Clifford Brown, released on the EmArcy label. It was the only collaboration between the pair, and though originally eponymous was re-issued under a new title to emphasize the appearance of the popular trumpeter. Well received, though not without some criticism, the album was Vaughan's own favorite among her works through 1980. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1999.
The album has been re-released on CD and LP many times, with its original nine-track listing and with an additional track. In 2005, the album was reissued under the title Complete Recordings with Clifford Brown by Lone Hill Records with 18 tracks.

Critical reception
Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown was overwhelmingly a critical success. In Bebop: The Best Musicians and Recordings, jazz commentator Scott Yanow notes simply of the album that "[e]verything works", making of it an "essential acquisition". Ink Blot Magazine, characterizing this as one of Vaughan's "jazziest" albums, describes it also as one of her greatest. In its review, All Music states that "Vaughan is arguably in the best voice of her career here" and praises Brown for "displaying his incredible bop virtuosity", indicating that "[i]n whichever incarnation it's reissued, Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown is one of the most important jazz-meets-vocal sessions ever recorded". The Blackwell Guide to Recorded Jazz, also praising Brown's "brilliant" trumpeting, delves into Vaughan's vocal stylings in detail, encouraging listeners of the album to note how "sometimes she stretches out a song so deliberately and so reconfigures its melody, that the lyrics lose sense, linguistic phrasing having been replaced by musical phrasing". Blackwell author Barry Dean Kernfeld opines that "[i]t is perhaps this pure devotion to the exploration of sound that has made her such a favourite of jazz listeners". In Jazz: A Critic's Guide to the 100 Most Important Recordings, New York Times jazz commentator Ben Ratliff placed the album as among Vaughan's best, indicating that the recording session seemed among those blessed sessions where "even middle-level musicians can sound like gods". The Penguin Guide to Jazz selected this album as part of its suggested "Core Collection," stating "it is very difficult to find any flaw in what should be recognized as one of the great jazz vocal records," and awarded it "crown" status.
But even while praising the album, some critics found elements of fault. Ratliff expresses distaste for the album's "shizy moments, when...[Vaughan] rockets between hoity-toity...and so blues-singer earthy, in certain low-register moments, that she approaches vulgarity". Kernfeld suggests that Herbie Mann is a weak element amongst the otherwise strong ensemble, "completely overmatched".

Personnel

Performance
    Sarah Vaughan ΓÇô vocals
    Clifford Brown ΓÇô trumpet
    Paul Quinichette ΓÇô tenor saxophone
    Herbie Mann ΓÇô flute
    Jimmy Jones ΓÇô piano
    Joe Benjamin ΓÇô bass
    Roy Haynes ΓÇô drums, snare drum
    Ernie Wilkins ΓÇô conductor
    John Malachi - piano (on Shulie a Bop)

Production
    Robert Appleton ΓÇô reissue design
    Michael Bourne ΓÇô liner notes
    William Claxton ΓÇô photography
    Ken Druker ΓÇô executive producer
    Ellen Fitton ΓÇô reissue mastering
    Peter Keepnews ΓÇô notes editing
    Hollis King ΓÇô reissue art director
    Bryan Koniarz ΓÇô reissue producer
    Kiyoshi "Boxman" Koyama ΓÇô research
    Herman Leonard ΓÇô reissue photography
    Paul Ramey ΓÇô CD preparation
    Richard Seidel ΓÇô CD preparation
    Bob Shad ΓÇô producer
    Mark Smith ΓÇô reissue production assistance
    Sherniece Smith ΓÇô art coordinator
    Kiyoshi Tokiwa ΓÇô remixing, research
    Michael Ullman ΓÇô liner notes
    Ernie Wilkins ΓÇô arranger
		
01 Lullaby Of Birdland.mp3 10.154 MB
02 April In Paris.mp3 15.792 MB
03 He's My Guy.mp3 10.642 MB
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