SARAH VAUGHAN

SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL

SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL
SARAH VAUGHAN - LIVE AT LAREN 1975 - DOUBLE VINYL

DOUBLE VINYLE

SARAH VAUGHAN

LIVE AT LAREN 1975

68,00€

RECORD 1

  1. The Man I Love
  2. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
  3. Watch What Happens
  4. 'Round Midnight
  5. The Lamp Is Low
  6. "Introduction" Body Heat
  7. Everything Must Change
  8. On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

RECORD 2

  1. Lover Man
  2. Sarah's Blues
  3. What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life
  4. There Will Never Be Another You
  5. Medley: It's Magic, My Reverie, Body and Soul, Moonlight in Vermont
  6. Tenderly
First publication of this unreleased concert. August 5, 1975: Sarah Vaughan is chosen to open the famous Jazz Festival in Laren, a small village near Amsterdam. She slips in among her musicians, including Bob Magnusson, Jimmy Cobb, Miles Davis's drummer, and Carl Schroeder, her pianist who has accompanied her for more than 20 years. At 51, not only does the "Divine" use the full range of her voice to sail from the roughest bass to the most scintillating highs, but she smiles, grasps the slightest emotion, seeks communion with each spectator as if he or she were unique, as if she were singing only for him.

Record 1

  • The Man I Love
  • I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)
  • Watch What Happens
  • 'Round Midnight
  • The Lamp Is Low
  • “Introduction” Body Heat
  • Everything Must Change
  • On a Clear Day (You Can See Forever)

  • Record 2

  • Lover Man
  • Sarah's Blues
  • What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life
  • There Will Never Be Another You
  • Medley: It's Magic, My Reverie, Body and Soul, Moonlight in Vermont
  • Tenderly

    • Sarah Vaughan, Vocals
    • Carl Schroeder, Piano
    • Bob Magnusson, Bass
    • Jimmy Cobb, Drums

    Recorded at Singer Concert Hall, Laren, Netherlands, 5.VIII.1975
    STEREO ℗ 1975 VARA
    Remastered by ℗ & © 2016 FONDAMENTA
    Made and printed in Germany


    Remastered from the original analog tapes
    Lacquer-cuts: André Perriat
    180g 2-vinyl album
    2nd Edition



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    DOUBLE VINYLE

    SARAH VAUGHAN

    LIVE AT LAREN 1975

    SARAH VAUGHAN

    LIVE AT LAREN JAZZ FESTIVAL 1975

    The story of this discovery

    “This discovery has a special place for us since it is the first tape of a previously unreleased concert that we have found! It was Piet Tullenaar, a researcher who had been working in the Dutch archives for several decades who managed to identify this tape exceptional. We were in the studio, amazed by Sarah's voice. Everything Must Change brought us a few tears that we were all trying to hide..."

    Frédéric D'ORIA-NICOLAS
    Musical treasure seeker

    Jazz Magazine

    "CHOC. Sassy, ​​at 51, is at the top of his art. Sublime both in her most mind-blowing vocal acrobatics and in her ballads, thus offering us incomparable versions of "Lover Man" and "'Round Midnight". "The Divine" is in a state of grace."

    "It sure is a nice felling to know that people will remember you after you're gone, that you'll manage to be a little bit of history"

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