The Manhattan Transfer

The Manhattan Transfer are an American vocal group from N.Y.C., formed in 1969 by swing enthusiast Tim Hauser. The original lineup, a five-piece with songwriter Gene Pistilli, issued one album of retro jazz and pop on Capitol in 1971. Hauser then recruited singers Alan Paul, Janis Siegel, and Laurel Massé, establishing the two man/two woman […]

The Manhattan Transfer – Coming Out (1976)

Coming Out is the third album by American jazz/pop vocal group the Manhattan Transfer, released in 1976 on Atlantic. Tracklist: A1. “Don’t Let Go” (2:45) A2. “Zindy Lou” (2:50) A3. “Chanson d’amour” (2:55) A4. “Helpless” (3:07) A5. “Scotch and Soda” (2:59) A6. “The Speak Up Mambo” (3:05) B1. “Poinciana (The Song of the Tree)” (4:11) B2. […]