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Sarah Vaughan - After Hours At The London House mp3 Performer: Sarah Vaughan
Album: After Hours At The London House
Country: UK
Released: 1959
Style: Vocal
Label: Mercury
Genre: Jazz / Pop
Catalog #: MMC 14001, MG 20383
Size MP3: 2391 mb.
Rating: 4.0/5
Votes: 215
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono




Tracklist


1Thanks For The Memory
Written-By – Robin, Rainger
6:45
2I'll String Along With You
Written-By – Dubin, Warren
5:10
3All Of You
Written-By – Porter
4:05
4Like Someone In Love
Written-By – Burke-Van Heusen
3:04
5Speak Low
Written-By – Weill, Nash
4:45
6You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To
Written-By – Porter
3:55
7Three Little Words
Written-By – Kalmar, Ruby
3:40
8Detour Ahead
Written-By – Ellis, Frigo, Carter
5:13


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MG 20383Sarah Vaughan After Hours At The London House ‎(LP, Album, Mono)MercuryMG 20383US1958
RJ-5012Sarah Vaughan After Hours At The London House ‎(LP, Album, Mono)MercuryRJ-5012JapanUnknown
MG 20383Sarah Vaughan After Hours At The London House ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)MercuryMG 20383USUnknown
SJS-1267Sarah Vaughan After Hours At The London House ‎(LP, Album, RE)Jazztone SJS-1267EuropeUnknown
SR 60020Sarah Vaughan After Hours At The London House ‎(LP, Album)MercurySR 60020US1958


Credits


  • BassRichard Davis
  • DrumsRoy Haynes
  • EngineerMalcolm Chisholm
  • PianoRonnell Bright
  • Tenor SaxophoneFrank Wess
  • TromboneHenry Coker
  • TrumpetThad Jones, Wendell Culley


Notes


Recorded March 7th, 1958 at The London House, Chicago.


Companies


  • Recorded At – London House, Chicago


Album


After Hours at the London House - Sarah Vaughan. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. After Hours is a 1961 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. This was Vaughan's first album with just guitar and double bass accompaniment, it was followed by 1963's Sarah 2 in a similar vein. The program mostly sticks to ballads, with a couple of is a quiet and intimate affair, with Vaughan more subtle than she sometimes. Seven months after Mercury recorded Sarah Vaughan in a live setting for the surprisingly successful At Mr. Kelly's, the label planned another date with the microphones for the night of March 7, 1958. This time, however, instead of setting up at Mr. Kelly's although she was booked for three shows that night, the producers invited a small group of friends and well-wishers to another Chicago club, London House, for an after-hours session. Songs in album Sarah Vaughan - After Hours At The London House 1959. Sarah Vaughan - Like Someone In Love. Sarah Vaughan - Detour Ahead. Sarah Vaughan - Three Little Words. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Album 1958 8 Songs. Thanks for the Memory Live at the London House, Chicago, 1958. 8 Songs, 38 Minutes. Released: Mar 7, 1958. A Verve Label Group Release 1958 UMG Recordings, Inc. More By Sarah Vaughan. After Hours at the London House. After Hours at the London House is a 1959 live album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan, recorded at The London House, Chicago. Like Someone in Love Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen 3:37. Detour Ahead Lou Carter, Herb Ellis, John Frigo 5:28. Three Little Words Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby 3:40. I'll String Along with You Al Dubin, Harry Warren 5:15. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To Cole Porter 4:00. Sarah Vaughan. Detour Ahead, 05:28. I'll String Along with You, 05:15. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To, 04:00. Speak Low, 04:51. All of You, 04:15. Thanks for the Memory, 06:58. Like Someone in Love 3:37 2. Detour Ahead 5:28 3. Three Little Words 3:40 4. I'll String Along With You 5:15 5. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To 4:00 6. Speak Low 4:51 7. All of You 4:15 8. Thanks for the Memory 6:58. Total Time: 38:07. In 1957 Ms. Vaughan recorded an album at Chicago's Mr Kelly's. It has been regarded as one of Vaughan's best live performances. After Hours at the London House is the follow-up to that album. The London House was a popular night club at the corner of Wacker and Michagn Ave in Chicago. Now a Burger King alas, Oscar Peterson recorded a live album there also. Vaughan's London House date was recorded the same night after she did two shows at Mr Kelly's. She clearly is tired that is very clear at the end of the CD but there is a very cool la


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