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| Sarah Vaughan albums, Vocal jazz albums|
Pop Artistry of Sarah Vaughan is a 1966 studio album by Sarah Vaughan, arranged by Luchi de Jesus.
The initial Billboard review from January 22 1966 commented that the album was a "rewarding musical package" and a "giant for programming and sales". De Jesus's "exciting and creative" arrangements were also praised.
Pop Artistry of Sarah Vaughan Wikipedia
Sarah Vaughan - vocals
Luchi de Jesus - arranger, conductor
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