Tracklist Sorted by: Running order Running order Most popular. Buy Loading. More Love this track. Play album Buy Loading. Scrobble Stats? What is scrobbling? Artist images 43 more. Jazz critic Leonard Feather called her "the most important singer to emerge from the bop era. Similar Artists Play all. Trending Tracks 1. Features Exploring the local sounds and scenes at Noise Pop Fest. Albums of the latest and loved, and the ones to look out for discover By okspud1 15 Feb am.
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Admittedly, Sassy does get a tad too happy on some songs first half of "Lover Man", for instance , jeopardizing the performance, but that's a marginal occurance on this double CD jazz extravaganza, a must have for all serious jazz collectors. This top class jazz is also quite accessible to wider audiences; try this and you'll forget there ever was a Norah Jones, Diana Krall or even a serious performer such as Cassandra Wilson.
Hearing to believe, even it would say more, it's only necessary to listen this excellent record with a little attention for detecting we are in front of one of the best JAZZ singers ever and in front of a fascinating recording, completely relaxed. Saying this, I think it's sufficient and besides this great registration is considered perhaps one of her best live sessions of the ' s if not the best Only of these live sessions we could find one recording better than this "Sassy Swings the Tivoli" the earliest "At Mister Kelly's" session.
About "Tivoli" I am going to refer to some few songs because are standards very well-known ever, Vaughan is quite expressive in tunes as "Misty", "Sometimes I'm Happy", "Tenderly", "Poor Butterfly" and " "I Cried For You", but the remainder of the record and its interpretation is absolutely brilliant. In this occasion he is joined by her rhythm section of the period, pianist Kirk Stuart, bassist Charles Williams and drummer George Hughes instead of the habitual orchestras and that they do a session delight, the fact is that most of her best records have been done with small groups rather than orchestras, despite the grandiloquence of her voice.
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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products. English Choose a language for shopping. Vaughan ended her longstanding and career-defining tenure at Mercury with this fine set from King favorite "Everyday I Have the Blues," which, while impressively delivered, demonstrates why her forte was not the dirty lowdown side of the musical coin.
Vaughan , however, does shine on a blues-tinged version of Irving Berlin 's swinger "All Alone," showing she certainly could convey a dusky mood in the right setting. As usual, Vaughan rides in style throughout, compliments of some fine arrangements by Thad Jones, J. Johnson, Manny Albam, and a young Bob James. An often overlooked but essential session from that most divine of jazz chanteuses.