Twenty-eight of the 60 songs that Sarah Vaughan recorded for Columbia Records during her four years there. The early sides are arranged, with one exception (credited to Hugo Winterhalter
), by Joe Lipman, while later sides have her working with a diverse group of arrangers and conductors, including Glenn Miller
alumnus Norman Leyden
and light music expert Paul Weston
, and in a small group context, the latter credited to Vaughan's manager/husband George Treadwell
. The sound is good within the context of the time the remasterings were done, and the distillation covers virtually all of Vaughan's best work from this period in her career.