Coming Out is the third album by The Manhattan Transfer, released August 19, 1976 on Atlantic Records. On the advice of their manager Aaron Russo, the group downplayed the "nostalgic" tenor of their previous breakthrough album in favor of more contemporary songs. However, the throwback single "Chanson d'Amour" became a breakout single in Europe and hit the No. 1 spot in the United Kingdom for three weeks (as well as charting elsewhere in Europe).
The Manhattan Transfer (album). The Manhattan Transfer is the second album by The Manhattan Transfer. However, it is the first of four albums to be released by the lineup of Tim Hauser, Laurel Massé, Alan Paul, and Janis Siegel, and the first to establish the sound and style for which the group would become known. It was released on April 2, 1975 by Atlantic Records and was produced by Ahmet Ertegün and Tim Hauser.
The Manhattan Transfer’s second album was entirely different than their debut album. Why? We did not want to do this. Our manager at the time, Aaron Russo, felt the nostalgia fad was fading so he teamed us up with Richard Perry, Alan says.
The Manhattan Transfer lyrics - 211 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Tuxedo Junction", "Java Jive", "Chanson D'Amour". live album: "The Manhattan Transfer Live" (1978). That Cat Is High Snootie Little Cutie Four Brothers On A Little Street In Singapore Java Jive Walk In Love Chanson D'amour The Speak Up Mambo (Cuentame) In The Dark Je Voulais (Te Dire Que Je T'attends) Sunday Candy Well, Well, Well Freddy Morris Monologue Bacon Fat Turn Me Loose Operator Tuxedo Junction.
The Manhattan Transfer. Twilight tone/twilight zone. from France and Berlin's hottest DJ Wolfgang Lohr have reimagined The Manhattan Transfer's charted disco hit Twilight Zone/Twilight Tone in this 6 track remix compilation. A sign post up ahead is calling". The Manhattan Transfer. 11 hrs ·.
BPM Profile Coming Out. Album starts at 112BPM, ends at 127BPM (+15), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Manhattan Transfer. Coming Out & Pastiche. The Chick Corea Songbook.
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Don't Let Go
Arranged By [Vocals] – The Manhattan TransferDrums – Roy MarkowitzOrgan – Paul GriffinPercussion – Bobbye Hall PorterTenor Saxophone – Michael BreckerTrumpet – Randy BreckerWritten-By – Jesse Stone
Drums – Jim Keltner, Ringo StarrPercussion – Doug ThrongrenPiano – Dr. JohnWritten-By – Eddie Smith , Johnny Moore
Accordion – Steve PaiettaDrums – Jim GordonGuitar – Ben BenayPiano – John BarnesSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Jay MiglioriWritten-By – Wayne Shanklin
Arranged By [Vocals] – Laurel MasséDrums – Rick ShlosserPercussion – Ralph MacDonaldPiano – Clarence MacDonald*Soloist, Baritone Saxophone – Jackie KelsoWritten-By – E. Holland, L. Dozier & B. Holland*
Scotch And Soda
Arranged By [Vocals] – Ira NewbornDrums – Jim Nelson Piano – Bill Payne, Roger SteinmanWritten-By – Dave Guard
The Speak Up Mambo (Cuentame)
Bongos, Cowbell – Johnny RodriguezCongas – Ralph MacDonaldDrums – Roy MarkowitzPiano, Arranged By – Arthur Jenkins, Jr.*Timbales – Nick Marrero*Written-By – Al Castellanos
Poinciana (The Song Of The Tree)
Adapted By [Conceived By] – Alan Paul, Tim HauserDrums – David KemperGuitar – Bob Bowles*Percussion – Bobbye Hall PorterPiano – Bill PayneSoloist, Soprano Saxophone – Michael BreckerWritten-By – Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon