A Portrait Of a Professionally Unparalleled Woman She was Sarah, Sassy, The Divine One - The Incomparable Sarah Vaughan. Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One recounts the stella singer's career from her beginnings at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Newark, New Jersey, to her debut at the Apollo Theatre and her pre-eminence in nightclubs, concert halls and jazz festivals around the world. Packed with live performances spanning her entire career, Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One offers a portrait of a woman who was personally shy professionally unparalleled. Friends, family and fellow musicians speak illuminatingly of Sarah; among them Billy Eckstine, Roy Haynes, Joe Williams, George Gaffney, Sarah's mother, Ada and her daughter, Paris. John O'Connor in the New York Times called Sarah Vaughan - The Divine One, 'beguiling' and Variety called it a 'class act-entertaining and incisive'. Leonard Feather said in Los Angeles Times, 'this riveting hour shows just how Vaughan 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.'
Tracklisting: - Misty - I Can't Give You Anything But Love - You're Not the Kind - Once in a While - The Nearness of You - Cherokee - The Shadow of Your Smile - Someone to Watch Over Me - I've Got a Crush On You - Over the Rainbows - Send in the Clowns - And Others