The Manhattan Transfer
Genres:
Classical, Jazz, Pop/Rock, Vocal
Meta styles:
Band Music, Harmony Vocal Group, New Orleans/Classic Jazz, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Vocal Jazz, Vocalese
Styles:
AM Pop, Adult Contemporary, Mainstream Jazz

The Manhattan Transfer is the name of two incarnations of an American vocal group, with Tim Hauser being the only link between the two groups. The group's name comes from John Dos Passos' 1925 novel Manhattan Transfer and reflects their New York origins. The first group, established in New York City in 1969, disbanded after producing a single album, Jukin' (1971). This article focuses on the second line-up which was set up in 1972 and is still together. It is famous for mixing jazz, big band, and popular music styles.

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The Junction

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2018
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320 kbps
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The Symphony Sessions

The Symphony Sessions

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The Best Of Swing

The Best Of Swing

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2005
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Vibrate

Vibrate

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2004
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320 kbps
An Acapella Christmas

An Acapella Christmas

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2004
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10
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320 kbps
Couldn't Be Hotter (Live)

Couldn't Be Hotter (Live)

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2003
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16
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320 kbps
Vocalese

Vocalese

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2001
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11
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224 kbps
The Spirit Of St. Louis

The Spirit Of St. Louis

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2000
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10
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320 kbps
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Swing

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1997
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Bitrate:
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