The Record Collection

Sarah Vaughan: Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi (1949-53)

Columbia CL 745
Columbia/Legacy CK 65117 (1997)

Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi

Track list:

01 – East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon)
02 – Nice Work If You Can Get It
03 – Come Rain Or Come Shine
04 – Mean To Me
05 – It Might As Well Be Spring
06 – Can’t Get Out Of This Mood
07 – Goodnight My Love
08 – Ain’t Misbehavin’
09 – Pinky
10 – The Nearness Of You
11 – Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year
12 – Ooh, What-Cha Doin’ To Me
+bonus tracks (not on original LP)
13 – It’s All In Your Mind
14 – The Nearness Of You (alt tk)
15 – Ain’t Misbehavin’ (alt tk)
16 – Goodnight My Love (alt tk)
17 – Can’t Get Out Of This Mood (alt tk)
18 – It Might As Well Be Spring (alt tk)
19 – Mean To Me (alt tk)
20 – Come Rain Or Come Shine (alt tk)
21 – East Of The Sun (West Of The Moon) (alt tk)
22 – Pause Track

Personnel:

Sarah Vaughan – vocals;
alto sax – Hymie Schertzer;
tenor sax – Artie Drelinger, George Kelly, Budd Johnson (#1-4,6-8,15-17,19-21; soloist: #3,4,6,8,15,17,19,20);
baritone sax – Stan Webb;
sax – Russ Bazer, Harold Feldman;
trumpet – Billy Butterfield, Taft Jordan, Miles Davis (#1-8,15-21; soloist: #2,4,8,15,19), Jimmy Maxwell, J. Milazzo, Red Solomon;
trombone – Will Bradley, Bennie Green (#1-4,6-8,15-17,19-21; soloist: #6,8,15,17), Jack Sattersfield;
clarinet – Tony Scott (#1-8,15-21; soloist: #6,8,15,17);
piano – Jimmy Jones (#1-8,10,14-21), Lou Stein;
guitar – Jimmy Jones, Al Cailoa, Freddie Green (#6-8,15-17), Mundell Lowe (#1-4,19-21; soloist: #3,20), Art Ryerson;
bass – Eddie Safranski, Billy Taylor, Jr. (#1-8,15-21), Frank Carroll;
drums – Cozy Cole, J.C. Heard (#1-8,15-21), Terry Snyder.

#10: recorded Columbia Studios, New York City; December 21, 1949,
#5,6,7,8: recorded Apollo Theatre, New York City; May 18, 1950.
#1,2,3,4: recorded 729 Seventh Avenue, New York City; May 19, 1950.
#9: recorded New York City; September 19,1951.
11,12: recorded New York City; January 5, 1953
#13 recorded with a largely unidentified studio orchestra, including a prominent alto sax.

Originally released 1955.

#13-21 are previously-unreleased bonus tracks

Re-mastered by: Phil Schaap
Re-issue Producer: Phil Schaap

Liner Notes: Dick Katz

Sarah v

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New York City, December 21, 1949

Conductor/Arranger: Joe Lippman
Trumpet: Billy Butterfield, Taft Jordan
Trombone: Will Bradley
Reeds: Toots Mondello, Hymie Schertzer (alto), Art Drellinger, George Kelly (tenor), Stan Webb (baritone)
Piano: Jimmy Jones
Bass: Eddie Safranski
Drums: William “Cozy” Coles
Guitar: Al Caiola

You’re Mine, You (arr. Tadd Dameron)
I’m Crazy to Love You
Summertime
The Nearness of You

[…]

Apollo Theatre, New York City, May 18, 1950

George Treadwell and His All-Stars
Trumpet: Miles Davis
Tenor: Budd Johnson
Trombone: Benny Green
Clarinet: Tony Scott
Piano: Jimmy Jones
Bass: Billy Taylor, Jr.
Drums: J. C. Heard
Guitar: Freddie Green

Ain’t Misbehavin’
Goodnight, My Love
Can’t Get out of This Mood
It Might as Well Be Spring

[…]

729 Seventh Avenue, New York City, May 19, 1950

George Treadwell and His All-Stars
Trumpet: Miles Davis
Tenor: Budd Johnson
Trombone: Benny Green
Clarinet: Tony Scott
Piano: Jimmy Jones
Bass: Billy Taylor, Jr.
Drums: J. C. Heard
Guitar: Mundell Lowe

Mean to Me
Come Rain or Come Shine
Nice Work If You Can Get It
East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)

[…]

New York City, September 19, 1951

Conductor/Arranger: Percy Faith
Piano: Stan Freeman
Bass: Frank Carroll
Drums/Vibraphone: Phil Kraus
Guitar: Art Ryerson
CBS Studio Orchestra

Pinky
Just a Moment More
I Ran All the Way Home
A Miracle Happened

[…]

New York City, January 5, 1953

Arranger/Conductor: Percy Faith
CBS Studio Orchestra
Piano: Louis Stein
Bass: Frank Carroll
Drums: Terry Snyder
Guitar: Art Ryerson

Linger Awhile
Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year
A Blues Serenade
Oo Whatcha Doin’ to Me?

~Michael Minn [michaelminn.com/vaughan/]
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