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Manhattan Transfer

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Manhattan Transfer: Hunter College, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, The New York Times, 28 March 1971

Old Songs Receive A Rock Treatment At Hunter College ...

Manhattan Transfer: Cafe Carlyle, New York NY

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 8 February 1975

NEW YORK: While nostalgia for the 'fifties seems to have run its course, nostalgia for the 'thirties has taken a jolt in New York with ...

Manhattan Transfer: Manhattan Transfer

Review by John Mendelsohn, Rolling Stone, 5 June 1975

ONLY THE MOST incorrigible boogie casualty could find the Manhattan Transfer less than quite uncommonly delightful onstage. ...

Manhattan Transfer: Biba Rainbow Room, London

Live Review by Philip Norman, The Times, 21 August 1975

EVEN AS the bright entrails of Biba are being picked over by sale crowds, its Rainbow Restaurant offers Manhattan Transfer, the newest fashionable rock group, ...

Paul Anka: Feelings/Manhattan Transfer: Manhattan Transfer

Review by Simon Frith, Let It Rock, September 1975

FIRST OF ALL there was that punky Canadian kid with the big voice and the tremor that even got to me ("Put your head on ...

Manhattan Transfer: Be-bopin' The Transfer Tradition

Interview by Jonh Ingham, Sounds, 6 September 1975

Manhattan Transfer don't like being classed as a nostalgia band, they feel they're urban folk singers, singing music of the ghetto. Jonh Ingham talks to ...

Manhattan Transfer: Battling Against Nostalgia

Interview by David Hancock, National RockStar, 5 March 1977

DAVID HANCOCK dons his gloves and his satin shorts, and goes a few brutal rounds with Alan Paul ...

Manhattan Transfer: Ronnie Scott's, London

Live Review by John L. Walters, London Jazz News, 8 May 2010

THERE'S NO ACT remotely like New York's Manhattan Transfer. The close harmony vocal quartet can do everything from Doo-Wop to Broadway schmaltz, from big band ...


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