The Manhattan Transfer - Bodies And Souls album flac
Title: Bodies And Souls
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Genre: Funk and Soul
Bodies and Souls was released in September 1983 by The Manhattan Transfer on the Atlantic Records label. This album took the Manhattan Transfer in a different direction from their previous releases, offering a new, revised style of their music. There were several collaborations on this album, including Stevie Wonder, Rod Temperton, and Jeremy Lubbock. Also appearing as a guest artist on the album was Frankie Valli, who appears on the song "American Pop".
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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.
This album took the Manhattan Transfer in a different direction from their previous releases, offering a new, revised style of their music. The final track on the album, "The Night That Monk Returned to Heaven", is a tribute to American jazz pianist Thelonious Monk. EAC extraction logfile from 28. April 2008, 22:25. Manhattan Transfer, Bodies And Souls. Used drive : PLEXTOR CD-R PREMIUM2 Adapter: 1 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
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|A1||Spice Of Life
Arranged By [Horns], Horns – Jerry HeyBass – Neil StubenhausDrums – John Robinson Electric Piano [Rhodes], Horns – Larry WilliamsGuitar – David Williams , Kevin ClarkHarmonica, Soloist – Stevie WonderHorns – Bill Reichenbach , Ernie Watts, Gary GrantMusic By, Lyrics By – Derek BrambleMusic By, Lyrics By, Arranged By [Instrumental, Vocals, Horns] – Rod TempertonPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaSynthesizer, Programmed By – Casey Young
Arranged By [Instrumental, Horns], Bass, Synthesizer, Keyboards, Horns – Larry WilliamsArranged By [Vocals] – Tim HauserDrums – Jeff PorcaroGuitar – David Williams Horns – Bill Reichenbach , Gary Grant, Jerry HeyMusic By, Lyrics By – John Capek, Marc JordanProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Casey Young
Alto Saxophone, Soloist – Ernie WattsBass – Nathan EastDrums – John Robinson Electric Piano [Rhodes], Synthesizer – Greg Phillenganes*Guitar – David Williams Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Casey YoungSynthesizer – Larry WilliamsSynthesizer, Programmed By [Synthesizer] – Michael BoddickerWritten-By, Arranged By [Instrumental, Vocals] – Rod Temperton
Arranged By [Instrumental], Synthesizer, Bass, Keyboards, Saxophone – Larry WilliamsArranged By [Vocals] – Alan Paul, Janis SiegelDrums, Drums [Simmons] – Jeff PorcaroGuitar – David Williams Handclaps – Brian Avnet, Richard RudolphMusic By, Lyrics By – John Capek, Marc JordanProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Casey YoungSynthesizer – Pete Robinson*Vocals [Special Guest Appearance] – Frankie Valli
|A5||Soldier Of Fortune
Arranged By [Instrumental], Synthesizer – Larry WilliamsArranged By [Vocals] – Alan Paul, Tim HauserBass – Alex Blake Drums – Art RodriguezGuitar – Wayne Johnson Music By, Lyrics By – John Capek, Marc JordanPercussion – Paulinho Da CostaPiano – Yaron Gershovsky
|B1||Code Of Ethics
Arranged By [Strings] – Jeremy LubbockBass – Nathan EastConcertmaster – Jerry Vinci*Drums – John Robinson Music By, Arranged By [Instrumental], Piano, Synthesizer – Randy WaldmanMusic By, Guitar – Wayne Johnson Music By, Lyrics By, Arranged By [Vocals] – Alan PaulProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – John Erdsvoog*
|B2||Malaise En Malaisie
Arranged By [Instrumental], Keyboards, Synthesizer – Yaron GershovskyBass – Alex Blake Drums – Art RodriguezGuitar – Wayne Johnson Koto – June Kiramoto*Lyrics By [French] – Serge GainsbourgMusic By – Alain ChamfortProgrammed By [Synthesizer] – Casey YoungTranslated By [English Lyrics], Arranged By [Vocals] – Alan Paul
|B3||Down South Camp Meetin'
Arranged By [Vocals] – Janis SiegelBass – Abraham LaborielDrums – Carlos VegaLyrics By – Jon HendricksMusic By – Fletcher Henderson, Irving MillsProducer – Tim HauserProducer, Piano – Greg MathiesonSoloist [Vocal Clarinet Solo] – Cheryl Bentyne
|B4||Why Not ! (Manhattan Carnival)
Arranged By [Instrumental], Keyboards – Yaron GershovskyArranged By [Vocals] – Janis SiegelArranged By, Horns – Jerry HeyBass – Alex Blake Drums – Art RodriguezGuitar – Wayne Johnson Horns – Bill Reichenbach , Charlie Loper*, Chuck Findley, Gary Grant, Gary Herbig, Larry WilliamsLyrics By – Hilary Koski, Julie EigenbergMusic By – Michael Camilo*Percussion – Paulinho Da Costa
Concertmaster – Jerry Vinci*Lyrics By – Richard RudolphMusic By, Arranged By [Strings], Conductor [Strings], Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Jeremy Lubbock
|B6||The Night That Monk Returned To Heaven
Arranged By [Instrumental, Vocals], Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Jeremy LubbockMusic By, Lyrics By – Robert KraftVocals [God's Voice, Giggles] – Erin ClarkWind Chimes – Kevin Clark
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Recorded At – Westlake Studios
- Recorded At – United Western Studios
- Recorded At – Baby'O Recorders
- Recorded At – T.A.P.E. Recorders
- Recorded At – Sunset Sound
- Recorded At – Sunset Sound Factory
- Recorded At – Bodifications
- Mixed At – A&M Studios
- Mixed At – Baby'O Recorders
- Mastered At – Allied Record Company
- Mastered At – Sheffield Lab Matrix
- Mastered At – A&M Studios
- Art Direction, Design – Fayette Hauser
- Coordinator [Management] – Marsha Loeb
- Coordinator [Production] – John Cutcliffe
- Engineer [Recording] – David Leonard (tracks: B3)
- Engineer [Second] – Benny Faccone, David Glover, Gary Boatner, Joe Borga, Rick Butz*, Steve Bates
- Engineer, Mixed By – Kevin Clark
- Management – Brian Avnet
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Producer – Richard Rudolph, The Manhattan Transfer
- Vocals – Alan Paul, Cheryl Bentyne, Janis Siegel, Tim Hauser
NotesManufactured by Columbia House Under Licence in bottom left corner on back of cover
Recorded at Westlake Studios, United Western, Baby-O, T.A.P.E. Recorders, Sunset Sound, Sunset Sound Factory, Boddifications, Inc.
Mixed at A&M and Baby-O.
Mastered at A&M Studios.
Cat # 80104-1 appears on the label and rear cover, bottom-left.
Cat # 7 80104-1 appears on the spine.
Stevie Wonder appears courtesy of Motown Records.
Michael Boddicker appears courtesy of Boddifications, Inc.
Ernie Watts appears courtesy of Qwest Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 075678010415
- Barcode (Text): 0 7567-80104-1
|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|