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Sarah Vaughan at Mister Kelly's (Live 1957)


Download links and information about Sarah Vaughan at Mister Kelly's (Live 1957) by Sarah Vaughan. This album was released in 1957 and it belongs to Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:13:01 minutes.

Artist: Sarah Vaughan
Release date: 1957
Genre: Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:13:01
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No. Title Length
1. September in the Rain 3:34
2. Willow Weep for Me 5:18
3. Just One of Those Things 3:12
4. Be Anything (Darling Be Mine) 4:49
5. Thou Swell 2:42
6. Stairway to the Stars 5:05
7. Honeysuckle Rose 3:37
8. Just a Gigolo 4:16
9. How High the Moon 2:59
10. Dream 4:43
11. I'm Gonna Sit Right Down (And Write Myself a Letter) 3:13
12. It's Got to Be Love 2:31
13. Alone 5:16
14. If This Isn't Love 2:24
15. Embraceable You 2:46
16. Lucky in Love 2:10
17. Dancing in the Dark 3:36
18. Poor Butterfly 4:44
19. Sometimes I'm Happy 1:59
20. I Cover the Waterfront 4:07



During the mid-'50s, Sarah Vaughan spent most of her time recording songbook standards backed by a large orchestra in florid arrangements, with only the occasional breath of fresh air like her masterpiece, 1954's Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown. Four years after that milestone, another landed with the live album At Mister Kelly's. Recorded quite early in the days of the live LP, the album captured Vaughan at her best and most relaxed, stretching out on a set of late-night torch songs and ballads. With a trio including Jimmy Jones on piano, Roy Haynes on drums, and Richard Davis on bass, Vaughan is simply captivating, easily disproving the notion that, to be entertaining, singers needed inventive arrangements and multiple voices (instrumental or otherwise) behind them. Her unerring sense of rhythm carries her through every song on this set, whether the occasion calls for playfulness and wit ("Thou Swell," "Honeysuckle Rose") or a world-wise melancholia ("Willow Weep for Me"). Her accompanists are a valuable anchor, with Haynes' drumming just as precise as Sassy's vocals and Jones' piano solos adding additional vitality. [A reissue with bonus tracks effectively doubled the length of the original program.]