Top Sarah Vaughan Albums
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Eight Classic Albums (Sarah Vaughan)
Eight Classic Albums (Sarah Vaughan)
[2012]
The Great American Songbook
The Great American Songbook
[2012]
Sarah Vaughan Fifty Favourites
Sarah Vaughan Fifty Favourites
[2010]
Pop Best Hits
Pop Best Hits
[2009]
What a Difference a Day Made
What a Difference a Day Made
[2008]
Sarah Vaughan: Live At the 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival
Sarah Vaughan: Live At the 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival
[2007]
Sophisticated Lady
Sophisticated Lady
[2007]
Music for Lovers
Music for Lovers
[2006]
Sarah Plus Two
Sarah Plus Two
[2006]
An Introduction to Sarah Vaughan
An Introduction to Sarah Vaughan
[2006]
Copacabana
Copacabana
[2006]
Incomparable
Incomparable
[2006]
Sarah Vaughan Sings for Lovers
Sarah Vaughan Sings for Lovers
[2006]
Songs of the Beatles
Songs of the Beatles
[2005]
Jazz Cafe Presents Sarah Vaughan
Jazz Cafe Presents Sarah Vaughan
[2005]
Anthology
Anthology
[2005]
Love Songs
Love Songs
[2004]
The Diva Series: Sarah Vaughan
The Diva Series: Sarah Vaughan
[2003]
The Essential Sarah Vaughan
The Essential Sarah Vaughan
[2003]
Sarah for Lovers
Sarah for Lovers
[2003]
The Definitive Sarah Vaughan
The Definitive Sarah Vaughan
[2002]
Lover Man
Lover Man
[2001]
Ken Burns Jazz: Sarah Vaughan
Ken Burns Jazz: Sarah Vaughan
[2000]
Sarah Vaughan's Finest Hour
Sarah Vaughan's Finest Hour
[2000]
Desert Island Disks: Sarah Vaughan
Desert Island Disks: Sarah Vaughan
[2000]
Quiet Now - Dreamsville
Quiet Now - Dreamsville
[2000]
Send In the Clowns
Send In the Clowns
[2000]
Jazz Profile: Sarah Vaughan
Jazz Profile: Sarah Vaughan
[1998]
Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi
Sarah Vaughan In Hi-Fi
[1997]
Ultimate Sarah Vaughan
Ultimate Sarah Vaughan
[1997]
Jazz Masters 42: Sarah Vaughan - The Jazz Sides
Jazz Masters 42: Sarah Vaughan - The Jazz Sides
[1995]
Sarah Vaughan Sings Broadway - Great Songs from Hit Shows
Sarah Vaughan Sings Broadway - Great Songs from Hit Shows
[1995]
I Love Brazil!
I Love Brazil!
[1994]
Verve Jazz Masters 18: Sarah Vaughan
Verve Jazz Masters 18: Sarah Vaughan
[1994]
16 Most Requested Songs
16 Most Requested Songs
[1993]
The Essential Sarah Vaughan - The Great Songs
The Essential Sarah Vaughan - The Great Songs
[1992]
Sarah Vaughan at Mister Kelly's (Live 1957)
Sarah Vaughan at Mister Kelly's (Live 1957)
[1991]
A Time In My Life
A Time In My Life
[1991]
Sarah Vaughan with Michael LeGrand
Sarah Vaughan with Michael LeGrand
[1991]
Live In Japan Vol 2
Live In Japan Vol 2
[1991]
Jazz 'Round Midnight: Sarah Vaughan
Jazz 'Round Midnight: Sarah Vaughan
[1990]
After Hours
After Hours
[1989]
The Divine Sarah Vaughan: The Columbia Years 1949-1953
The Divine Sarah Vaughan: The Columbia Years 1949-1953
[1988]
Compact Jazz: Sarah Vaughan
Compact Jazz: Sarah Vaughan
[1987]
Brazilian Romance
Brazilian Romance
[1987]
The Complete Sarah Vaughan On Mercury, Vol.3 (Box Set)
The Complete Sarah Vaughan On Mercury, Vol.3 (Box Set)
[1986]
The Rodgers & Hart Songbook
The Rodgers & Hart Songbook
[1985]
Crazy and Mixed Up
Crazy and Mixed Up
[1982]
Duke Ellington Songbook, Vol. 1
Duke Ellington Songbook, Vol. 1
[1980]
Feelin' Good
Feelin' Good
[1972]
It's a Man's World
It's a Man's World
[1967]
Sassy Swings Again
Sassy Swings Again
[1967]
The New Scene
The New Scene
[1966]
Sarah Vaughan Sings the Mancini Songbook
Sarah Vaughan Sings the Mancini Songbook
[1965]
Vaughan With Voices
Vaughan With Voices
[1964]
With Clifford Brown
With Clifford Brown
[1961]
Sarah Vaughan's Golden Hits
Sarah Vaughan's Golden Hits
[1961]
After Hours At the London House
After Hours At the London House
[1959]
Swingin' Easy
Swingin' Easy
[1957]
In the Land of Hi-Fi
In the Land of Hi-Fi
[1956]
Gloomy Sunday
Gloomy Sunday
[1946]
A Lover's Concerto lyricsTenderly lyricsBroken Hearted Melody lyricsTrouble Is A Man lyricsOver The Rainbow lyricsMake Yourself Comfortable lyricsSeptember Song lyricsLinger Awhile lyricsBe Anything But Darling Be Mine lyricsEmbraceable You lyricsIn A Sentimental Mood lyricsClose To You lyricsYou Stepped Out Of A Dream lyricsI'm Glad There Is You lyricsIt Might As Well Be Spring lyricsBlackbird lyricsIf You Could See Me Now lyricsA Taste Of Honey lyricsApril In Paris lyricsThat Old Black Magic lyricsCheek To Cheek lyricsI Want You (she's So Heavy) lyricsHow Important Can It Be lyricsIt Never Entered My Mind lyricsGet Back lyricsThe Nearness Of You lyricsIf I Were A Bell lyricsDreamy lyricsTeach Me Tonight lyricsBewitched lyricsI'm Scared lyricsBody And Soul lyricsNobody Else But Me lyricsMy Man (Mon Homme) lyricsWhile You Are Gone lyricsPoor Butterfly lyricsEternally lyricsGoodnight Sweetheart lyricsBlack Coffee lyricsLove Me Or Leave Me lyricsJim lyricsSophisticated Lady lyricsShake Down The Stars lyricsIf This Isn't Love lyricsWhat Is This Thing Called Love lyricsYou'd Be So Nice To Come Home To lyricsStairway To The Stars lyricsAutumn In New York lyricsFly Me To The Moon lyricsPennies From Heaven lyricsSend In The Clowns lyricsFever lyricsBaubles Bangles And Beads lyricsOn Green Dolphin Street lyricsDo Away With April lyricsMy Coloring Book lyricsI Remember You lyricsThe Very Thought Of You lyricsHoneysuckle Rose lyricsI'm Just A Lucky So And So lyrics(i Love You) And Don't You Forget It lyricsCherokee lyricsTea For Two lyricsHere There And Everywhere lyricsJust In Time lyricsCharade lyricsLove Dance lyricsIf You Went Away lyricsPolka Dots And Moonbeams (Swingin' Easy - 1957) lyricsIt Shouldn't Happen To A Dream (In The Land Of Hi Fi - 1955) lyricsSometimes I'm Happy (In The Land Of Hi Fi - 1955) lyricsInterlude (Hot Jazz - 1953) lyricsSigning Off (Hot Jazz - 1953) lyricsIf I Knew Then (What I Know Now) [Swingin' Easy - 1957] lyricsI'd Rather Have A Memory Than A Dream (Hot Jazz - 1953) lyrics
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Related Information for Sarah VaughanSarah Lois Vaughan (nicknamed “Sassy” and “The Divine One”) (March 27, 1924, Newark, New Jersey – April 3, 1990, Los Angeles, California) was an American jazz singer, described as “possessor of one of the most wondrous voices of the 20th century”. Jazz critic Leonard Feather called her “the most important singer to emerge from the bop era.” Ella Fitzgerald called her the world’s “greatest singing talent. read more