The Manhattan Transfer. The Manhattan Transfer's Songs 2019-02-13

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The Manhattan Transfer's Songs

The Manhattan Transfer

Every sound, every note, every song, every lyric-- it all matters and it is all insanely good. Rhythm parts available as digital download vibes, syn, gtr, b, dm. All the greatest hits are here plus several of the group's personal favorite tracks. This is top-knotch four part vocal harmony! The first group consisted of Hauser, Erin Dickins, Marty Nelson, Pat Rosalia, and Gene Pistilli. . Songlist: Don't Let Go, Zindy Lou, Chanson D'Amour, Helpless, Scotch and Soda, The Speak Up Mambo Cuentame , Poinciana the Song of the Tree , S. Songlist: Route 66, Jeannine, My Cat Fell In The Well, Well! You'll be glad you did.

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The Manhattan Transfer

This album, which featured jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie, Ron Carter, and the Count Basie Orchestra, changed the perception of The Manhattan Transfer from superstar pop artists to formidable jazz singers. In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument The Manhattan Transfer Members: , , , Former Members: , Laurel Massé, Erin Dickins, Gene Pistilli, Marty NelsonThe Manhattan Transfer is a jazz vocal group founded in 1969 that has explored a capella, vocalese, swing, standards, Brazilian jazz, rhythm and blues, and pop music. They could sing from a phone directory and you'd still get that sense of how incredible they are. Together for more than 40 years, the Manhattan Transfer continues to add fresh content to the genre of jazz. An improvisational spirit in a hot groove for pop, jazz, or show use! This special second-edition songbook features their best-known songs performed in concert and on records, from Birdland to their show closer A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square. Welcoming Curless — a founding member of famed Los Angeles a cappella group m-pact — to the fold, Janis Siegel alto , Alan Paul tenor and Cheryl Bentyne soprano embrace a new dynamic and fresh possibilities for their legendary sound that artfully incorporates his low range into their established blend. Using their voices as instruments-specifically, the horn and reed sections-the group performs material that could be categorized broadly as either urban or rural swing.

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The Manhattan Transfer

The Manhattan Transfer

Four of Manhattan Transfer's signature songs are showcased here in a 6-minute mini-medley that will totally energize your concert! Awesome closer to any concert! These exclusive, intimate performances feature the group's trademark vocal harmonies with piano accompaniment. Now available in newly engraved print and digital editions. This my 3rd concert of theirs. This great standard from the '40s regained the spotlight in the Manhattan Transfer version from 1975. This release also features special guest appearances by some of the finest musicians in the industry including Christian McBride, Airto, Alex Acuna, Fred Hersch, Edsel Gomez and Lou Marini, among others. Includes: Four Brothers, Route 66, That Cat Is High, Tuxedo Junction. Combo parts available digitally tpt 1-2, tsx, tbn, bsx, gtr, b, dm.

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The Manhattan Transfer

The release comes with a insert which includes photos and a history of the group. Drawing upon the South American continent for thematic inspiration, as well as the characteristic rhythms and orchestration, the result is a satisfying world and jazz fusion of warmth and cool. Awesome closer to any concert! Live in Japan A new remastered rerelease of this classic recording originally released in 1996. Still, they were easily the most popular jazz vocal group of their era, and the most talented of any since the heyday of during the early '60s. It's like having your very own personal concert. Hip '40s lyrics and the burnin'. The production values and the quality of the voices are all professional enough, but it bears as much resemblance to the later incarnation as an apple to an orange, and the material brings back memories of seventies lounge acts and television pop stars.

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The Manhattan Transfer (album)

The Manhattan Transfer

A driving beat leads this chart of fresh new chord changes and rhythmic surprises. Gene won a Grammy for this one! Hip '40s lyrics and the burnin' ShowTrax Cassette! This is a very relaxed and smooth-flowing recording and a pleasant change to hear these old chestnuts performed in a fresh style. Now available in newly engraved print and digital editions. If you like jazz, 4 part harmony, vocalese, and are interested in a little music history then you need to see a concert. Each concert seems like their first, and you can tell that they love working, singing and performing together.

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The Manhattan Transfer's Songs

The Manhattan Transfer

Includes: Four Brothers, Route 66, That Cat Is High, Tuxedo Junction. Four of Manhattan Transfer's signature songs are showcased here in a 6-minute mini-medley that will totally energize your concert! This great standard from the '40s regained the spotlight in the Manhattan Transfer version from 1975. Cheryl Bentyne joined the group in 1979 after Laurel Masse left. Songlist: Java Jive, Four Brothers, Operator, Choo Choo Ch' Boogie, Manhattan Transfer Swings! The group's 1985 tribute to vocal pioneer , titled , marked a shift in 's focus. Songlist: Choo Choo Ch' Boogie, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, Operator, Manhattan Transfer Swings! After met vocalists and in 1972, the trio re-formed later that year with the addition of. We all know the Manhattan Transfer's musicality is impeccable.

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The Manhattan Transfer (album)

The Manhattan Transfer

Awesome closer to any concert! She says the group was blessed to know giants of the music business. Subsequent works managed to keep the concepts down to one per album, and the results were more consistent. Includes: Four Brothers, Route 66, That Cat Is High, Tuxedo Junction. In 1979, Masse left the group after being badly injured in a car accident and was replaced by Cheryl Bentyne. Something always changes from set to set so you'll never see quite the same thing twice, which doesn't matter because it's all good. Paris Rutherford's setting simplifies the vocals slightly while retaining all the drive of the original.

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The Manhattan Transfer

After all, this is the Manhattan Transfer, one of the most exciting vocal jazz bands ever to step onto a stage-enough said! Includes: Four Brothers, Route 66, That Cat Is High, Tuxedo Junction. A driving beat leads this chart of fresh new chord changes and rhythmic surprises. The songs were recorded at the legendary Henson Studios in Los Angeles during the group's 35th anniversary celebration. This well-crafted Discovery Series arrangement will showcase your young singers at their swingin' best. Combo parts available digitally tpt 1-2, tsx, tbn, bsx, gtr, b, dm. Their love of their craft is infectious, every show is enjoyable, they make quite a comedic foursome at times, and their harmony is beyond comparison. They included a pair of songs among the jazz material on 2004's , and released the following year.

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The Manhattan Transfer

The Manhattan Transfer

Four of Manhattan Transfer's signature songs are showcased here in a 6-minute mini-medley that will totally energize your concert! Rather than the usual jazz ensemble accompaniment this time the quartet goes into the studio with The City of Prague Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Corey Allen to produce these enjoyable new takes on some of the old favorites. Rhythm parts available digitally pno, gtr, b, dm. The venues provide an intimacy no matter how large or small the stage, which makes the concerts about the sound, the tone, the voices, the harmony and the history. Previously only available for mixed ensembles now a perfect showcase for your women's vocal jazz group. Arranger: Composers: George Davis and John T. The instrumental chart adds some punch, too! Also included, in the bonus features, is an rare interview with the group, sharing their individual backgrounds, their secret to success, and insight on how they learn their music as a group.

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