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It's a Man's World


Download links and information about It's a Man's World by Sarah Vaughan. This album was released in 1967 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:16 minutes.

Artist: Sarah Vaughan
Release date: 1967
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 10
Duration: 37:16
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No. Title Length
1. Alfie 3:33
2. The Man That Got Away (From "A Star Is Born") 4:28
3. Trouble Is a Man 3:43
4. Happiness Is Just a Thing Called Joe 3:50
5. For Every Man There's a Woman 3:23
6. I Got a Man Crazy for Me (He's Funny That Way) 3:31
7. My Man (Mon Homme) 3:52
8. I'm Just Wild about Harry 2:39
9. Jim 3:42
10. Danny Boy 4:35



Sarah Vaughan is heard in a series of ballads that are often heard in a jazz setting, but the somewhat heavy-handed arrangements by Hal Mooney, Bob James (long before smooth jazz existed as a genre), and Bob Freedman lean more toward easy listening, with frequently stiff rhythm accompaniment and often overbearing strings. The singer's lovely voice, which is in great form, is full of the adventurous spirit, as is the sole improviser on the date, stretching the boundaries of ten strong compositions, including oldies like "Danny Boy" and "I'm Just Wild About Harry," to pop songs of the day such as the huge hit "Alfie." There are also several gems by songwriters who were still active at the time, including Alec Wilder's "Trouble Is a Man," as well as a trio of timeless standards by Harold Arlen. The sound on this 24-bit limited-edition CD reissue, which is available only until May 2005, is impeccable, with a perfect mix between the singer and the orchestra, so anyone who enjoys Sarah Vaughan's vocals should pick up this CD.