Live at Laren Jazz Festival - 1975
Meet one of jazz music's most enchanting voices. Sarah Vaughan, brought back to life for one night only. A previously unreleased live concert, remastered for the very first time. The "Divine" like you've never heard her before: playful, provocative, seductive. An intimate moment of rare emotional power.
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At 51, not only had she mastered the full range of her own vocal abilities, from throaty lows to sparkling highs – she'd also sustained the same warmth and dexterity as when she was 20. That night, she captured even the slightest emotion, seeking communion with each person in the audience as though they were unique. As though she had singled them out, and was singing to no one else. A pause. A long sigh. She must have pulled a funny face, musing “It’s so hot in here!”. Peals of laughter in the club.
The newspapers praised her unanimously: “Despite the tropical heat in the Singer Concert Hall, Sarah Vaughan did not skimp on her performance. She regaled her audience with her peerless jazz interpretations and ballads. It was hard to imagine anything the Divine couldn't do. This was Sarah Vaughan at her absolute best.
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