The Manhattan Transfer
“Trickle Trickle” is the second single from The Manhattan Transfer‘s album Extensions. It was released in 1980 and peaked at #73 in the US Billboad Charts.
The Christmas Album is the fourteenth album by The Manhattan Transfer, released in 1992 on Columbia Records. This album was produced by Tim Hauser and Johnny Mandel and features a guest appearance by Tony Bennett on “The Christmas Song”. The album also includes “Good Night”, the only Beatles song the Manhattan Transfer has recorded
“The Boy from New York City” is a song originally recorded by the American soul group The Ad Libs, released as their first single in 1964. Produced by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, the song peaked at No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 on the chart week of February 27, 1965. Though the […]
“Who, What, When, Where, Why” is a single by The Manhattan Transfer from the album Pastice. The single was written by Rupert Holmer and released in 1979.
Pastiche was released by The Manhattan Transfer on January 19, 1978, by Atlantic Records. This was the last studio album recorded with Laurel Massé, who ended her association with the group later that year. The album was re-issued with Rhino as distributor on November 15, 1994. Pastiche peaked at #66 on Billboard’s Top Pop Catalog […]
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 […]
“Twilight Zone/Twilight Tone” is the first single from the Extensions album by The Manhattan Transfer. It was released in 1979
Mecca For Moderns is the sixth album by The Manhattan Transfer. It was released in 1981 on the Atlantic records label. This album was the highest charting album to date for the group, peaking on Billboard Magazine’s Top Pop Catalog Albums chart at #22. Additionally, the album helped the Manhattan Transfer make music history: they […]