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VoicesIowa: How Do You Keep the Music Playing

Song NameComposerArranger
Since All is PassingPaul Hendemith
I Hear MusicPhil Mattson
How Do You Keep The Music PlayingPhil Mattson
JubileeMichele Weir
Body And SoulPhil Mattson
Yag Vet In Delig RosaMikael Raiberg
Love For SalePhil Mattson
Embraceable YouPhil Mattson
Yours In My Heart AlonePhil Mattson
Dancing In The DarkPhil Mattson
Bons AmigosPhil Mattson
That Lonesome RoadJames TaylorSimon Carrington

Produced by Phil Mattson Directed by Phil Mattson

Protogees of Phil Mattson, Voices Iowa are students at the prestigious School For Music Vocations/Southwestern Community College. Under such tutelage, one recognizes a burgeoning talent that will be the vocal jazz sound of tomorrow. Indeed, Bobby McFerrin's "Jubilee" is an athletic workout requiring stamina and fortitude, while, on the opposite end of the spectrum, "Body and Soul" demands an equal measure of control and abandon (the latter a Grammy nominated arrangement originally written for the Manhattan Transfer, and complimented by Richie Cole's saxophone). Cole Porter's "Love For Sale" (a cappella) is anchored by a finger-snapping rhythm and connected by walking bass notes, and finishes with an aexhilarating vocal glissando, a veritable firecracker.

Item code: 1108C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | United States
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