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.
Sarah Vaughan, Ernie Wilkins and His Orchestra. Count Basie/Sarah Vaughan.
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After Hours With Sarah Vaughan. After Hours With Sarah Vaughan Tracklist. 1. After Hours Lyrics.
This album has an average beat per minute of 97 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist After Hours With Sarah Vaughan. Album starts at 135BPM, ends at 85BPM (-50), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Sarah Vaughan. Récital à Paris, 1985. Sarah Vaughan featuring Clifford Brown. Orchestra Arranged and Conducted by Michel Legrand.
After Hours is a 1961 studio album by American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan.
The album received fulsome praise in the original LP sleeve-notes by distinguished jazz critic Nat Hentoff: "There is Sarah's striking sense of design. The basic framework of each song is carefully structured and personalised, and that makes her frequently stunning improvisations. all the more absorbing. Vaughan is clearly in ebullient mood throughout as is shown from her easy banter with the audience and that she plays the piano on one track. There is a wordless version of Willow Weep For Me as, as she confesses, she had completely forgotten the lyrics.
Sometimes Vaughan sounds overly mannered and seems to give little weight to the words she is singing, but her wide range and impeccable musicianship carry the day. Highlights include "Perdido," "Mean to Me," and "You Go to My Head," and the set is understandably recommended more for Sarah Vaughan fans than Count Basie collectors.