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  2. Four of Manhattan Transfer's signature songs are showcased here in a 6-minute mini-medley that will totally energize your concert! Includes: Four Brothers, Route 66, That Cat Is High, Tuxedo Junction.
  3. Legendary Vocal Jazz Group ~ Alan Paul ~ Cheryl Bentyne ~ Janis Siegel ~ Trist Curless ~ Honoring Founder, Tim Hauser. 'Sometimes I Do' is taken from the upcoming album, 'The Junction' out on 3/
  4. The Manhattan Transfer, an Album by The Manhattan Transfer. Released 2 April on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Pop. Featured peformers: Tim Hauser (vocals, producer), Janis Siegel (vocals), Laurel Massé (vocals), Alan Paul (vocals), Ira Newborn (guitar, arranger, conductor, aka_text {musical director} role_id aka_text), Randy Brecker (trumpet), Mel Davis.
  5. rows · The Manhattan Transfer is the name of two incarnations of an American vocal group, with .
  6. Apr 03,  · Shaun Considine reviewed the album in May for The New York Times: “Vocally, The Manhattan Transfer is one of the slickest group’s on today’s market. Their intro number, ‘Tuxedo Junction,’ is a precise recreation of the Glenn Miller oldie, with the group’s four part vocal harmonies and jazz riffs supplanting the Miller.
  7. The Manhattan Transfer "Tuxedo Junction": Way down South, in Birmingham I mean South, in Alabam' There's a place Where people go to dance the.
  8. The Manhattan Transfer first came to the general public's attention as a retro act, a nostalgic throwback in a era consumed with nostalgia -- the early/mid-'70s -- and their debut Atlantic album, as well as their summer replacement TV series, catered unashamedly to that market. As a result, this record seemed old when it came out, and it still sounds more than a little sappy, especially.

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