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Name:Sarah Vaughan Live 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival Jazzmp3 320h33tschon55

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01 - Live At The 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival.mp3 (Size: 101.85 MB) (Files: 14)

 01 - Live At The 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival.mp3

1.38 MB

 02 - I Remember You.mp3

11.45 MB

 03 - The Lamp Is Low.mp3

4.13 MB

 04 - 'Round Midnight.mp3

12.40 MB

 05 - There Will Never Be Another You.mp3

3.81 MB

 06 - And I Love Him.mp3

10.39 MB

 07 - Scattin' The Blues.mp3

11.48 MB

 08 - Tenderly.mp3

6.83 MB

 09 - All-Stars Introduction.mp3

2.99 MB

 10 - A Monterey Jam.mp3

33.41 MB

 11 - A Monterey Jam (Encore).mp3

3.57 MB

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Sarah Vaughan - 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival
Label - Monterey Jazz Festival Records/ Concord
Year - 1971, release - 2007
Size - 96,1 mb
Total time - 44:31
Bitrate: 320 kbps

This previously unreleased live album features Sarah Vaughan in vocals, Billy Mays playing piano, Bob Magnusson groovin' the

bass and Jimmy Cobbs on drums. Also features The Monterey Jazz Festival All-Stars ( #10 and 11 ): Bill Harris—trombone; Roy

Eldridge—trumpet; Clark Terry—trumpet, vocals ( #10 only ); Eddie ”Lockjaw” Davis, Zoot Sims-tenor saxophones; Benny

Carter—alto saxophone; Mundell Lowe—guitar; John Lewis—piano; Louie Bellson—drums. Produced by Jimmy Lyons, this

album was recorded live at the Monterey Jazz Festival on September 19, 1971.

Sarah Vaughan was approximately three decades into her career when she stepped onto the stage at the Monterey Jazz Festival

in September 1971 and still at the top of her game. Her voice swoops, sways and swings; it's a veritable roller coaster of pitch,

tone and tempo, and Vaughan is in complete control of her instrument at all times. The voice is weightier than it was during her

early days, but having recently taken a few years off from recording it was primed and ready for the remarkable push Vaughan

was prepared to give it. Backed by the very capable trio of Bill Mays on piano (Vaughan introduces him as Willie Mays), Bob

Magnusson on bass and Jimmy Cobb on drums, Vaughan wastes no time showing why she always appears on the short list of

jazz's greatest singers: On "I Remember You" she takes command of the rhythm and bends it to her will; it's impossible not to

fall within her spell instantaneously. Vaughan must know she's on a roll because midway through the song she lets out a

"Whoo!" that one might expect to hear from an audience member rather than the singer herself. "There Will Never Be Another

You," taken at a breakneck pace, gives the band ample opportunity to blow, and Vaughan stays just far enough ahead to lead the

way -- at times it sounds as if she will leave them in the dust, but she never does; chaos is averted and something wholly

exhausting but satisfying emerges. She follows that up with a gender-altered revisit to the Beatles' "And I Love Her" (retitled here

"And I Love Him" for obvious reasons) that transforms it into a loosey-goosey blues that gives the singer enough breathing

room to toy with the lyric in ways Paul McCartney could not have imagined. For the last two tracks, Vaughan is joined by a true

all-star cast of horn players ( Roy Eldridge, Clark Terry, Benny Carter, Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Bill Harris and Zoot Sims ), plus

Louie Bellson on drums, Mundell Lowe on guitar and John Lewis on piano. Vaughan's role during the ensuing jam is primarily as

scatter, but it's hard to imagine that any listener is going to complain that she takes a back seat after having experienced such a

top-notch performance. ~ Jeff Tamarkin, All Music Guide

Sarah Vaughan - 1971 Monterey Jazz Festival Track list
01 Introduction 0:36 Performed by: Norman Granz
02 I Remember You Mercer, Schertzinger 5:00
03 The Lamp Is Low DeRose, Parish, Ravel, Shefter 1:48
04 'Round Midnight Hanighen, Monk, Williams 5:25
05 There Will Never Be Another You Gordon, Warren 1:39
06 And I Love Him Lennon, McCartney 4:32
07 Scattin' the Blues 5:00
08 Tenderly Gross, Lawrence 2:58
09 All Stars (Introduction) 1:18
10 A Monterey Jam 14:35 Vaughan, Jazz At the Philharmonic All-Stars
11 A Monterey Jam [Encore]

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