8 thoughts on “ Aint No Use - Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Label: Roulette - SR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Cool Jazz, Vocal, Easy Listening Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(9).
  2. I was introduced to Sarah's rendition of "Ain't No Use" as a teen through the original "Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz" which contained this song and "Dancing in the Dark" as the selections for Sarah Vaughan. After that introduction to Sarah Vaughan, the album "The Divine One" was one of the first Sarah Vaughan albums I bought, and after about thirty years it remains my favorite. It took over a /5(14).
  3. Feb 03,  · referencing The Divine One, LP, Album, RE, ST. Query the date as there is a 'K T' 'tax code' embossed on the label on our copy which puts it around possibly early ! Lo and behold-KT on your pictured copy so is VERY unlikely to be /5(53).
  4. Mar 26,  · The Divine One, an Album by Sarah Vaughan. Released in on Roulette (catalog no. SR; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz/5(1).
  5. One great left-field choice is "Ain't No Use," the R&B song taken as a slow torch song that Big Maybelle had first recorded (Nina Simone didn't record it until several years later). Roulette would soon push Vaughan in many different directions -- releasing over a dozen LPs in just a few short years -- but this small-group date is a gem.
  6. Sarah Vaughan - The Divine The Columbia Years () Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Have You Met Miss Jones? A2: Ain't No Use: A3 No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: sarah vaughan the divine one.
  7. One great left-field choice is "Ain't No Use," the R&B song taken as a slow torch song that Big Maybelle had first recorded (Nina Simonedidn't record it until several years later). Roulette would soon push Vaughan in many different directions -- releasing over a dozen LPs in just a few short years -- but this small-group date is a gem.. by John.
  8. SARAH VAUGHAN Vinyl Records and CDs Sarah Vaughan first amazed Bop musicians and the public when she was a teenager singing with Billie Eckstine's big band. She earned the nickname "Sassy" for her salty tongue, but Vaughan quickly became known as the "Divine One.

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