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IMHO, Swing is their best recording yet!
"Nuages" has to be one of the most beautiful jazz ballads ever written, along with Monk's "'Round Midnight" and JJ Johnson's "Enigma".
Kudos to the group for picking such wonderful material as "King Porter Stomp" and "A Study in Brown"--neglected swing classics.
The item was received on time and as described. It was packed for shipment in a careful and protective manner. I recommend this vendor.Published 21 months ago by Ron A
what Manhattan Transfer does with voices ... and their professionalism ... leaves my hair tingling and lungs gasping! They are beyond 'Good'. I am stunned.Published on March 3, 2010 by Discoveror
The Transfer offers a bit of the best in in "Swing" that keeps you grinnin', tappin' and swinging all the way through. Read morePublished on May 19, 2008 by K. J. Walsh
I just rediscovered MT after years of neglect -- purchasing Swing after hearing the samples on Amazon. IMHO, Swing is their best recording yet!Published on February 25, 2008 by Big Gym Kid
This is a great nostalgic revisitation of the swing era. It's a good balance between the gospel and the fun side. This is my favorite of the Transfer's music. Read morePublished on July 12, 2007 by R. Kyle
I think this is the best complete selection they have ever done. I was blown away by it. I have several of their cd's, and this is the only one where I loved every song. Read morePublished on July 5, 2007 by Plez N. Bryant
I can't rave about this enough. Every song is great. That's NOT true of many of their albums.Published on November 25, 2006 by mickey starrs
What more can be said then "this is quintessential" Manhattan Transfer. It's perfect in every way. I can listen to this CD over and over . . . it's timeless!Published on March 21, 2005 by George Richards
The Manhattan Transfer has never topped "Vocalese" from 1985; but this one is second, and worth the purchase. Read morePublished on January 25, 2004 by Rick Cornell