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I love choir music and I love Bobby McFerrin, so this cd was ideal for me.
Kudos to McFerrin for finding his amazing voice, creating something entirely new, and moving us to pure ecstasy with his music.
I liked that I also received a free MP3 download of the album so I could listen before I got the CD in the mail.
I'd listen to Bobby do the phone book! The man's voice is a God given instrument.Published 1 month ago by A. R. Edwards
I really enjoyed it. He is a brilliant man. Now I am listening to it in my car every evening coming home from work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erica
Another magical vocal album by Bobby McFerrin, featuring many guest vocal accompanists. Sonic pleasure throughout this CD. I play it all the tePublished 9 months ago by Bernard McGovern
We love most of Bobby Mcferrin's material (with the notable exception of Don't Worry, Be Happy). Unfortunately, this CD just didn't seem to have the same level of inventiveness as... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jack W. English
The only way I can describe this is that it's thick with music. I constantly return to hear it again. Satisfying and delightful.Published 11 months ago by hrndnwmn
For those who are vocal lovers like myself, this CD is a must. It is Acapella except for the rhythm instruments, an Acapella vocal Orchestra. An eargasm for sure.Published 11 months ago by Musicisme
Bobby McFerrin is always awesome. This CD has a more avant garde style than is my favorite, but it is still amazing.Published 11 months ago by Jan Wilson
This is an amazing record and I always highly recommend it to any and all. Any time I need inspiration, I look to this album.Published 14 months ago by Elliot Weeks
wonderful vocals and studio mix is impeccable! THIS recording has me falling in love with McFerrin for his talents all over again!Published 18 months ago by R. Scott