04 December, 2010

Bobby McFerrin - The Voice (1984) (eac-log-cover)

Bobby McFerrin - The Voice (1984)
jazz | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 190MB
Elektra
Allmusic:
The Voice was a milestone in jazz history; it was the first time a jazz singer had recorded an entire album solo, without accompaniment or overdubbing, for a major label. Bobby McFerrin's amazing ability to switch back and forth between bass notes and falsetto, along with his talent for jumping octaves, made this record quite a virtuoso showcase. For those interested in the potential of the human voices and in an important jazz talent, The Voice is recommended without reservations.

Tracks:
-01. "Blackbird" – 3:07
-02. "The Jump" – 4:48
-03. "El Brujo" – 4:11
-04. "I Feel Good" – 3:19
-05. "I'm My Own Walkman" – 4:02
-06. "Music Box" – 3:56
-07. "Medley: Donna Lee | Big Top | We're in the Money" – 7:22
-08. "I'm Alone" – 4:41
-09. "T.J." – 3:48
-10. "A-Train" – 3:58

Personnel:
* Bobby McFerrin – Vocals

3 comments:

ita diegues said...

Thank you very much.

durmoll said...

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mirror:
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p: lworld

durmoll said...

Important!
read (about linx):
http://losslessworld.blogspot.com/p/important.html
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