Sarah Vaughan - After Hours With Sarah Vaughan - Full Album - Vintage Music Songs After Hours 00:00:00,00 Street Of Dreams 00:02:48,20 You Taught Me To Love.
After Hours is a 1961 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. This was Vaughan's first album with just guitar and double bass accompaniment, it was followed by 1963's Sarah + 2 in a similar vein. Studio album by. Sarah Vaughan.
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After Hours With Sarah Vaughan. After Hours With Sarah Vaughan Tracklist. 1. After Hours Lyrics.
From 1961-1962, Sarah Vaughan recorded two albums while accompanied by just guitar and bass. Her 1962 outing for the obscure Reactivation label (with guitarist Barney Kessel and bassist Joe Comfort) is hard to find, as is her earlier set with guitarist Mundell Lowe and bassist George Duvivier. Surprisingly, Lowe only has one solo, so the emphasis throughout is exclusively on Vaughan's magnificent voice.
This album has an average beat per minute of 97 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist After Hours With Sarah Vaughan. BPM Profile After Hours With Sarah Vaughan. Album starts at 135BPM, ends at 85BPM (-50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Sarah Vaughan. Récital à Paris, 1985. Sarah Vaughan featuring Clifford Brown. Orchestra Arranged and Conducted by Michel Legrand.
Sarah Vaughan, Ernie Wilkins and His Orchestra.
Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown. After Hours (1961 Sarah Vaughan album). List of Dawson's Creek episodes. After Hours (Glenn Frey album). After Hours (Thad Jones album). Sarah Vaughan's father, Asbury "Jake" Vaughan, was a carpenter by trade and played guitar and piano. Her mother, Ada Vaughan, was a laundress and sang in the church choir. Jake and Ada Vaughan had migrated to Newark from Virginia during the First World War. Sarah was their only biological child, although in the 1960s they adopted Donna, the child of a woman who traveled on the road with Sarah Vaughan. The Vaughans lived in a house on Brunswick Street, in Newark, New Jersey, for Sarah's entire childhood
|A2||Street Of Dreams|
|A3||You Taught Me To Love Again|
|A4||You're Mine, You|
|B2||Thinking Of You|
|B3||I Cried For You|
NotesRed/black "6-eye" center labels with the Lp logo printed in white on bottom center
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A center label): x"Lp" 35197
- Matrix / Runout (Side B center label): x"Lp" 35198
|CL 660||Sarah Vaughan||After Hours With Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 660||US||1955|
|CL 660||Sarah Vaughan||After Hours With Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 660||Canada||1955|
|CL 660, CL660||Sarah Vaughan||After Hours With Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, 180)||Pure Pleasure Records, Columbia Records||CL 660, CL660||UK||2017|
|JCL 660||Sarah Vaughan||After Hours (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Columbia Special Products||JCL 660||US||1973|
|JCL 660||Sarah Vaughan||After Hours With Sarah Vaughan (LP, Album, RP)||Columbia Special Products||JCL 660||US||1973|