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''Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 {{jazz}} album featuring vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best jazz albums ever recorded.

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''Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 {{jazz}} album featuring by vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best jazz albums ever recorded.


''Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 collaborative {{jazz}} album with vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best jazz albums ever recorded.

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''Sarah Vaughan with Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 collaborative {{jazz}} album with featuring vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best jazz albums ever recorded.


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'''Tracklist'''

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The CD version adds the following tracks:

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The CD version adds the following tracks:
[[AC:CD bonus tracks]]



'''Personnel'''

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!! ''Lullaby of Tropeland''

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!! ''Lullaby !!"Lullaby of Tropeland''Tropeland:"



* FictionalCountry: Birdland in "Lullaby Of Birdland".

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* FictionalCountry: Birdland in "Lullaby Of of Birdland".



* ThePowerOfLove: "Lullaby Or Birdland", "He's My Guy", "Embraceable You" and "It's Crazy".

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* ThePowerOfLove: "Lullaby Or of Birdland", "He's My Guy", "Embraceable You" and "It's Crazy".



* UnrequitedLove: "You're Not The Kind".

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* UnrequitedLove: "You're Not The the Kind".


''Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 CrossOver album with vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} albums ever recorded.

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''Sarah Vaughan With with Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 CrossOver collaborative {{jazz}} album with vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} jazz albums ever recorded.



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!! ''Lullaby Of of Tropeland''


''Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 CrossOver album with Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} albums ever recorded.

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''Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown'' is a 1954 CrossOver album with vocalist Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} albums ever recorded.



# "Lullaby Of Birdland" (4:06)
# "April In Paris" (6:26)

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# "Lullaby Of of Birdland" (4:06)
# "April In in Paris" (6:26)



# "You're Not The Kind" (4:48)

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# "You're Not The the Kind" (4:48)



# "Lullaby Of Birdland" (partial alternative take) (3:58)

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# "Lullaby Of of Birdland" (partial alternative take) (3:58)



# "Shulie A Bop" (2:41)
# "Polka Dots And Moonbeams" (2:35)

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# "Shulie A a Bop" (2:41)
# "Polka Dots And and Moonbeams" (2:35)



# "They Can't Take That Away From Me" (2:43)
# "You Hit The Spot" (3:02)

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# "They Can't Take That Away From from Me" (2:43)
# "You Hit The the Spot" (3:02)


'''Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown''' is a 1954 CrossOver album with Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} albums ever recorded.

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'''Sarah ''Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown''' Brown'' is a 1954 CrossOver album with Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} albums ever recorded.

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'''Sarah Vaughan With Clifford Brown''' is a 1954 CrossOver album with Music/SarahVaughan and jazz trumpeter Clifford Brown. It was a critical success at the time and is still seen as one of the best {{Jazz}} albums ever recorded.

Vaughan considered it her personal favorite and in 1999 it was inducted into the Grammy Hall Of Fame.

'''Tracklist'''

[[AC:Side One]]
# "Lullaby Of Birdland" (4:06)
# "April In Paris" (6:26)
# "He's My Guy" (4:17)
# "Jim" (5:56)

[[AC:Side Two]]
# "You're Not The Kind" (4:48)
# "Embraceable You" (4:54)
# "I'm Glad There Is You" (5:14)
# "September Song" (5:50)
# "It's Crazy" (5:01)

The CD version adds the following tracks:

# "Lullaby Of Birdland" (partial alternative take) (3:58)
# "Lover Man" (3:18)
# "Shulie A Bop" (2:41)
# "Polka Dots And Moonbeams" (2:35)
# "Body & Soul" (3:14)
# "They Can't Take That Away From Me" (2:43)
# "You Hit The Spot" (3:02)
# "If I Knew Then (What I Know Now)" (2:30)

'''Personnel'''
* Music/SarahVaughan: vocals
* Clifford Brown: trumpet
* Paul Quinichette: tenor saxophone
* Herbie Mann: flute
* Jimmy Jones: piano
* Joe Benjamin: bass
* Roy Haynes: drums
* Ernie Wilkins: conductor
* John Malachi: piano

!! ''Lullaby Of Tropeland''
* AlliterativeTitle: "'''S'''eptember '''S'''ong".
* AntiLoveSong: "Jim", where Vaughan sings about a lover of whom she knows will leave her one day, but she will "carry the torch for Jim."
* {{Crossover}}: Between Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown.
* CoverAlbum: All tracks are covers.
* TheCoverChangesTheGender: "Embraceable You", made famous by Music/NatKingCole changes the "come to papa, come to papa" line to "come to mama, come to mama".
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The black-and-white cover.
* FaceOnTheCover: Sarah Vaughan and Clifford Brown, though he is only seen partially.
* FictionalCountry: Birdland in "Lullaby Of Birdland".
* OneManSong: "Jim".
* ThePowerOfLove: "Lullaby Or Birdland", "He's My Guy", "Embraceable You" and "It's Crazy".
* {{Scatting}}: She scats during "Lullaby Of Birdland".
* SelfTitledAlbum: Both artists are mentioned in the title.
* TheSomethingSong: "September Song", from Music/KurtWeill's ''Theatre/KnickerbockerHoliday''.
* UnrequitedLove: "You're Not The Kind".
--> ''For you're not the kind of a boy for a girl like me''
--> ''Cause I'm just a song and a dance, you're a symphony''
--> ''You say that you never would doubt me''
--> ''Well, I'm tellin' you, you'd be much better off with out me''
--> '''Cause I'm just the kind of a girl (boy) who would never play fair''
--> ''And you're just the kind of a boy (girl) who would always be square''
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