Sarah Vaughan

Palermo, Sicily

1 August 1988

Sarah Vaughan - vocals
George Gaffney - piano
Andy Simpkins - bass
Harold Jones - drums

01. Crowd chatter 0:40
02. Fascinatin' Rhythm (George Gershwin & Ira Gershwin) 3:21
03. I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good) (Duke Ellington & Paul Francis Webster) 6:11
04. Introduction of musicians 1:16
05. In A Mellotone (Duke Ellington & Milt Gabler) 3:37
06. Easy Living (Ralph Rainger & Leo Robin) 6:12
07. Just Friends (John Klenner & Sam M. Lewis) 2:57
08. So Many Stars (Sergio Mendes, Alan Bergman & Marilyn Bergman) 6:21
09. East of the Sun (And West of the Moon) (Brooks Bowman) 3:04
10. Track10 4:18
11. On A Clear Day (You Can See Forever) (Burton Lane & Alan Jay Lerner) 1:39 cuts out
12. To Say Goodbye (Pra Dizer Adeus) (Edu Lobo, Torquato Neto & Lani Hall) 5:03 cuts in
13. From This Moment On (Cole Porter) 2:35 cuts out
14. The Shadow of Your Smile (Johnny Mandel & Paul Francis Webster) 3:45 cuts in
15. Send In the Clowns (Stephen Sondheim) 5:44 cuts out
16. Tenderly (Walter Gross & Jack Lawrence) 4:28 cuts in
17. Summertime (George Gershwin & Ira Gershwin) a capella 2:40 cuts in
18. Trio outro 1:27 cuts out

Total Time: 65:25

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Thanks to Giorgio Forti for this recording.

Trouble in Sicily
American jazz singer Sarah Vaughan was robbed of her handbag by youths who smashed the rear window of her car, police reported. Vaughan was en route back to her hotel from a concert south of Catania, Sicily, when her Mercedes stopped Monday night for a red light in a Palermo suburb. The singer was quoted as saying two youths on a motor scooter smashed the window with an iron bar and stole her bag.
WED 08/03/1988 HOUSTON CHRONICLE, Section A, Page 2, 2 STAR Edition