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Sarah Vaughan The Divine One recounts the stellar singer's career, from her beginnings at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey, to her debut at the Apollo Theater and
her pre-eminence in nightclubs, concert halls and jazz festivals around the world. Packed with insightful interviews many with Sarah herself and live performances spanning her
entire career, this is a very special portrait of a woman who was professionally unparalleled. Performances of: The Shadow Of Your Smile; I've Got A Crush On You;
Once In A While; Someone To Watch Over Me; Misty; Send In The Clowns;
Somewhere Over The Rainbow and many more.
This riveting hour shows just how Sarah evolved, visually and vocally; it will leave the viewer with a mixture of joy that this wondrous memento exists and sorrow at the loss of which it reminds us. --Los Angeles Times
The Masters of American Music: Sarah Vaughan was magnificent!! It is an unsung feature of remarkable vocalists performing live ~ such a treasure!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paula
I purchased my copy of this DVD as a part of a 5-DVD set titled Masters of American Music (which I highly recommend. Read morePublished on April 27, 2012 by Mike Tarrani
This program has been kicked around and re-released on several labels in several formats with very different artwork. This is the latest. Read morePublished on September 13, 2011 by R. D. Grimes
Leonard Feather said the five greatest female jazz singers were Sarah, Billie Holiday, Carmen MacRae, Ella Fitzgerald and Anita O'Day. I agree. Read morePublished on July 9, 2010 by Jack in W.Va.
Watching Sarah Vaughan sing makes me feel very sad for today's batch of manufactured young Pop Starlets and the sheer impossibility of them being able to sing anything close to the... Read morePublished on April 15, 2010 by A. Kimmell
Great intro into the life and art of one of the greatest vocal artists of jazz...
If there were a bit more jazz and a bit less life I would be even more pleased (and the... Read more
This DVD of Sarah Vaughan provides a good overview of "The Divine One's" life and music. To be honest, it does leave you wishing it were longer, but there are some impressive... Read morePublished on November 11, 2006 by Danniray99
This DVD retains the life of Sarah in the presence of audiences worldwide. Notice how smooth she appears and how graceful she is as she performs. Read morePublished on October 19, 2003 by Angie B.
Good, solid overview of Sass' professional life, with just enough personal info to give you a sense of who she was as a person and to put her artistry in context. Read morePublished on April 19, 2003