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* ListSong: "My Favorite Things" is a list of... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin well, you know]].

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* ListSong: "My Favorite Things" is a list of... of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin well, you know]].the obvious]].



''It's all like a dream to call you mine.''

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''It's all like a dream to call you mine.''


'''''After Hours''''' is a 1961 album by American {{jazz}} vocalist Music/SarahVaughan. The album was released in 1961, while Vaughan was under contract to Roulette Records. ''After Hours'' is notable for its bare-bones arrangements. Vaughan, guitarist Mundell Lowe and standup bassist George Duvivier are the only musicians on the album.

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'''''After Hours'''''
''After Hours''
is a 1961 album by American {{jazz}} vocalist Music/SarahVaughan. The album was released in 1961, while Vaughan was under contract to Roulette Records. ''After Hours'' is notable for its bare-bones arrangements. Vaughan, guitarist Mundell Lowe and standup bassist George Duvivier are the only musicians on the album.

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# "Through the Years" - 3:093:09

!! Ev'ry time we trope goodbye:
* AlliterativeTitle: "'''W'''onder '''W'''hy"
* BeneathTheMask: "Vanity"
-->''They call it vanity because I'd rather be''\\
''All by myself instead of laughing with the crowd''\\
''If I don't care to be part of their gaiety''\\
''They often say to me, "Don't be so proud"''\\
''But how are they to know''\\
''I'm looking high and low''\\
''For love that used to be my own''\\
''I never even glance''\\
''When offered new romance''\\
''I can't because I'm yours alone.''
* CoverVersion: A given, since this is a standards album. "My Favorite Things" is from ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'', for one.
* FaceFramedInShadow: The spotlight on the cover leaves a good part of Sassy's face in shadow.
* FaceOnTheCover: A dramatically lit Sassy singing into the microphone.
* GospelMusic: "Great Day" has elements of this, and the lyrics mention the angel Gabriel.
* GrayRainOfDepression: "Ill Wind".
-->''Go ill wind, go away, skies are oh, so gray''\\
''Around my neighborhood and that's no good.''
* ListSong: "My Favorite Things" is a list of... [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin well, you know]].
* {{Minimalism}}: As mentioned above, this is jazz reduced to only voice and two instruments.
* MotherNature: Gets a mention on "If Love Is Good to Me"
* OneWomanSong: "Sophisticated Lady"
* OneWordTitle: "Vanity"
* PepTalkSong: "Great Day".
-->''When you’re down and out''\\
''Lift up your head and shout''\\
''There’s gonna be a great day.''
* SomethingAboutARose: "In a Sentimental Mood".
-->''Rose petals seem to fall''\\
''It's all like a dream to call you mine.''

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'''''After Hours''''' is a 1961 album by American {{jazz}} vocalist Music/SarahVaughan. The album was released in 1961, while Vaughan was under contract to Roulette Records. ''After Hours'' is notable for its bare-bones arrangements. Vaughan, guitarist Mundell Lowe and standup bassist George Duvivier are the only musicians on the album.

In 2001 Creator/{{NPR}} included ''After Hours'' in their Basic Jazz Record Library.

!!Tracklist
# "My Favorite Things" - 2:46
# "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" - 2:26
# "Wonder Why" - 4:21
# "You'd Be So Easy to Love" - 2:12
# "Sophisticated Lady" - 3:52
# "Great Day" - 2:18
# "Ill Wind" - 3:13
# "If Love Is Good to Me" - 2:12
# "In a Sentimental Mood" - 4:06
# "Vanity" - 4:19
# "Through the Years" - 3:09

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