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On the Radio: The 1963 "Live" Guard Sessions

On the Radio: The 1963 "Live" Guard Sessions by Sarah Vaughan buy album

Sarah Vaughan

Label: Acrobat Music
Released: 2009
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Track Listing

Introduction and Go With The National Guard; Day In, Day Out; Advert & Talk; Midnight; But Not For Me; Muskrat Ramble; Conversation and Introduction; Don't Get Around Much Anymore; The More I See You; On Green Dolphin Street; At The Woodchopper's Ball; Just One Of Those Things; Don't Go With Strangers; I'll Be Seeing You; Four Brothers; Mo-Lasses; I Cried For You; Poor Butterfly; The Preacher.

Personnel

Sarah Vaughan
Sarah Vaughan

voice / vocals

Additional Personnel / Information

Sarah Vaughan: vocals. (Note that the following is a list of the Swinging Herd, but there is no information about who played at these radio sessions.) Woody Herman: clarinet, alto sax, vocals; Bill Chase, Dave Gale, Ziggy Harrell, Gerry Lamy, Paul Fontaine, Billy Hunt, Danny Nolan: trumpet; Eddie Morgan, Phil Wilson, Jack Gale, Bob Rudolph, Henry Southall, Kenny Wenzel: trombone; Sal Nistico, Gordon Brisker, Larry Cavelli, Bobby Jones, Carmen Leggio, Bill Perkins, Jack Stevens: tenor sax; Gene Allen, Frank Hittner, Nick Brignola: baritone sax; Nat Pierce: piano; Chuck Andrus: bass; Jack Hanna: drums.


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