The Manhattan Transfer - Bodies And Souls album downloadPerformer: The Manhattan Transfer
Title: Bodies And Souls
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Genre: Funk - Soul
The Manhattan Transfer - Bodies And Souls album download
For Bodies and Souls, the Manhattan Transfer almost completely abandons its roots in favor of a slick, pop/R&B direction on one side of the LP version while.
Tracklist: 1. Spice Of Life, 2. This Independence, 3. Mystery, 4. American Pop, 5. Soldier Of Fortune, 6. Code Of Ethics, 7. Malaise En Malaisie, 8. Down South Camp Meetin’, 9. Why Not !, 10. Goodbye Love, 11. The Night That Monk Returned To Heaven.
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The Manhattan Transfer (Atlantic, 1975) lacked the condescension of the previous album, presenting instead serious vocalese renditions of "Java Jive" and "Tuxedo Junction" and scoring a Top 20 hit with "Operator". During the month of August 1975, the group hosted a four-week variety series on CBS-TV. The hour-long show was simply called The Manhattan Transfer, aired on Sunday evenings, and for the most part concentrated on showcasing the talents of the group. Their next album, Coming Out, produced "Chanson d'Amour," which was a number one hit. In September 1983, the group released the album Bodies and Souls, with an urban-contemporary style which resulted in two R&B chart singles. The first was the No. 2 hit "Spice of Life", which was co-written by former Heatwave member Rod Temperton who had penned several hits for Michael Jackson.
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Bodies and Souls is a vocal jazz music album recording by THE MANHATTAN TRANSFER released in 1983 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Recorded at Westlake Studios, United Western, Baby-O, . The Manhattan Transfer: Twilight Zone, Twilight Zone, Body And Soul 7" 45 VG++ Atlantic.
Bodies And Souls, released in September 1983, was the first Manhattan Tranfer album to have an impact on the Rhythm & Blues charts. In the fall of 1983, Spice of Life climbed to on Billboard’s R&B chart, while hitting on the Pop chart. The song was writen by Rod Temperton & Derek Bramble and features a harmonica solo by Stevie Wonder. In Spring of 1985, Mystery (also written by Rod Temperton) hit on the R&B chart and on the Pop chart. The album took The Manhattan Transfer into somewhat of a different direction, or as Tim described it, it encompasses a revised style of our music. In an interview with the group shortly after the album’s release, Cheryl felt that the making of Bodies and Souls was a growing experience for the group, which resulted in a stronger unit. Alan felt the same way.
|A1||Spice Of Life|
|A5||Soldier Of Fortune|
|B1||Code Of Ethics|
|B2||Malaise En Malaisie|
|B3||Down South Camp Meetin'|
|B4||Why Not !|
|B6||The Night That Monk Returned To Heaven|
- Producer – Richard Rudolph
Notes℗ © 1983 WEA Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the United States.
J-card with Credits.
|78-0104-1, 78 0 104-1||The Manhattan Transfer||Bodies And Souls (LP, Album)||Atlantic, Atlantic||78-0104-1, 78 0 104-1||Europe||1983|
|WPCR-14464||The Manhattan Transfer||Bodies And Souls (CD, Album, RM)||Atlantic||WPCR-14464||Japan||2012|
|78-0104-1||The Manhattan Transfer||Bodies And Souls (LP, Album)||Atlantic||78-0104-1||Europe||Unknown|
|20P2-2066||The Manhattan Transfer||Bodies And Souls (CD, Album)||Atlantic||20P2-2066||Japan||1988|
|78-01044, 78 01044||The Manhattan Transfer||Bodies And Souls (Cass, Album, Bla)||Atlantic, Atlantic||78-01044, 78 01044||Canada||1983|