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9 thoughts on “ I Cried For You - Sarah Vaughan - After Hours (CD, Album)

  1. Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi () After Hours () Sassy () After Hours with Sarah Vaughan is a compilation album by Sarah Vaughan released in on the Columbia Records label. She worked for Columbia from to and the album picks up some of her choice recordings for the label.
  2. Excellent five CD set containing a quintet of albums from the Jazz great packaged in mini LP sleeves and housed in a slipcase. Includes the albums Dreamy (), The Divine One (), Count Basie/Sarah Vaughan (), After Hours () and You're Mine You ()/5(7).
  3. After Hours Lyrics: After hours, while the whole town is sleeping / I find my heart keeping a rendezvous / With the ghost of you / After hours, haunting all the old places / I ask the same faces / For.
  4. "I Cried for You" is a pop and jazz standard with music written by Gus Arnheim and Abe Lyman, with lyrics by Arthur unenathprefgireporpersdarskomounma.co was introduced by Abe Lyman and His Orchestra in The recording by Benny Krueger and His Orchestra the same year peaked at number 2 for two weeks and remained in the charts for ten weeks at large. Also in another interpretation of the song by the Columbians.
  5. After earlier appearing as a track CD to re-issue the Mercury vinyl LP SR, this re-issue added 6 "bonus" tracks (13 to 18) as consumers began demanding more for their buck what with the likes of Ace of London and Bear Family of Germany appearing on the scene with their track volumes and copious liner notes/discographies/5(34).
  6. Count Basie/Sarah Vaughan is a album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, accompanied by the Count Basie Orchestra, with arrangements by Frank Foster, Thad Jones and Ernie Wilkins. According to James Gavin's liner notes to the CD release, .
  7. Jan 18,  · referencing After Hours With Sarah Vaughan, LP, Album, Mono, CL This release should be classified as a compilation, because it gathers together recordings Sarah Vaughan made for Columbia between , all of which were previously released on 78s/5().
  8. I just downloaded a Sarah Vaughan album from eMusic entitled "After Hours" - it is not the same album as the album named "After Hours" that is listed in the discography. I searched for this version, and found enough references to this album to verify that it was a real album, but not enough information to feel confident posting an update.
  9. Sarah Vaughan - Collection music CD album at CD Universe, Brand new collection from the legendary diva, known as 'Sassy', with one of the finest and sexiest female.

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