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1963 Live Guard Sessions
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Album: 1963 Live Guard Sessions
# Song Title   Time
1)    Introduction
2)    Day In, Day Out
3)    Advert & Talk
4)    Midnight Sun
5)    But Not for Me
6)    Muskrat Ramble
7)    Introduction
8)    Don't Get Around Much Anymore
9)    More I See You, The
10)    On Green Dolphin Street
11)    Woodchopper's Ball
12)    Just One of Those Things
13)    Don't Go to Strangers
14)    I'll Be Seeing You
15)    Four Brothers
16)    Mo-Lasses
17)    I Cried for You
18)    Poor Butterfly
19)    Preacher, The
 

Album: 1963 Live Guard Sessions
# Song Title   Time
1)    Introduction
2)    Day In, Day Out
3)    Advert & Talk
4)    Midnight Sun
5)    But Not for Me
6)    Muskrat Ramble
7)    Introduction
8)    Don't Get Around Much Anymore
9)    More I See You, The
10)    On Green Dolphin Street
11)    Woodchopper's Ball
12)    Just One of Those Things
13)    Don't Go to Strangers
14)    I'll Be Seeing You
15)    Four Brothers
16)    Mo-Lasses
17)    I Cried for You
18)    Poor Butterfly
19)    Preacher, The
 
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  • Personnel: Sarah Vaughan (vocals); Woody Herman (vocals, clarinet); Larry Cavelli, Gordon Brisker, Bobby Lee Jones, Sal Nistico, Bill Perkins, Bobby Jones (tenor saxophone); Frank Hittner, Gene Allen (baritone saxophone); Dave Gale, Ziggy Harrell, Paul Fontaine, Gerald Lamy, Bill Chase (trumpet); Phil Watson, Henry Southall, Eddie Morgan , Jack Gale (trombone); Nat Pierce (piano); Jake Hanna (drums).
  • This radio program featuring both Sarah Vaughan and Woody Herman (heard both individually and together) is one of a series of shows made by the U.S. government to promote recruiting for various branches of the armed forces during the 1960s. Vaughan is in top form throughout, delivering a swinging "Day In, Day Out," a superb rendition of "On Green Dolphin Street" (with Herman's clarinet in the background), as well as her popular rendition of "Poor Butterfly." Herman is with his full band, likely the same musicians he used on other 1963 record dates; he has several instrumental features, including a loping treatment of "The Midnight Sun," a swinging setting of the classic jazz warhorse "Muskrat Ramble," plus favorites from his band repertoire like "Woodchopper's Ball" and "Four Brothers." Herman has one vocal as well, an acceptable "Don't Go to Strangers." Unfortunately, the obnoxious host Martin Block is a hindrance every time he opens his mouth, introducing each song with "This is take one" and the scripted commentary by Vaughan and Herman sounds exactly that way. This broadcast, which has decent sound, though with a little too much reverb at times, will be of interest to fans of both Sarah Vaughan and Woody Herman. ~ Ken Dryden
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