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The Manhattan Transfer - Mecca For Moderns (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Manhattan Transfer - Mecca for Moderns - blazdowcstarlantrengiohanmosysmirale.coinfo Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in The Manhattan Transfer Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 37 ratings. "Boy from New York City" is not the LP version!! It is a live recording from another album completely. The original studio version of this song that should be a part of /5(37).
  2. Jul 27,  · Mecca for Moderns, or in a way the whole Manhattan Transfer, represents an interesting phase within the development of popular music. Here the popular 'That's Entertainment!' thread of vocal jazz is obviously fusing with both disco and AOR, and by that also helping disco's fusion with AOR – from the outside/5(1).
  3. After the deserved artistic, critical and popular success of Extensions, the Manhattan Transfer went back to ace producer Jay Graydon for Mecca for Moderns, which almost matches its predecessor in its contemporary energy while drawing selectively from the past.
  4. It contained the "best of" their hits from their early Atlantic years (–). All of the tracks had been previously released on four of their five Atlantic studio albums: The Manhattan Transfer (), Pastiche (), Extensions (), and Mecca for Moderns ().
  5. Jun 21,  · TRACKLIST: 1. On The Boulevard 2. Boy From New York City 3. (Wanted) Dead Or Alive 4. Spies In The Night 5. Smile .
  6. Label: Atlantic - SD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album SP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop • Style: Vocal The Manhattan Transfer - Mecca For Moderns (, SP, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(59).
  7. The Manhattan Transfer Live was recorded by The Manhattan Transfer live at Manchester on April 23, ; Bristol on April 28, ; and the Hammersmith Odeon Theatre, London, on May 2, The album was produced by Tim Hauser and Janis blazdowcstarlantrengiohanmosysmirale.coinfo was the final album made with Laurel Massé.. For many years this album had the distinction of being the only Manhattan Transfer album not to be.

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