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Tonin'

 

Tonin'

Tonin'
Studio album by The Manhattan Transfer
Released 1995
Genre Jazz
Label Atlantic
The Manhattan Transfer chronology
The Manhattan Transfer Meets Tubby the Tuba
(1994)
Tonin'
(1995)
Man-Tora! Live in Tokyo
(1996)

Tonin' is a studio album by The Manhattan Transfer. It was released in 1995 on Atlantic Records. The expression "tonin'" is associated with the vocal groups of the 1950s and 1960s. The songs on this album are favorites of the band's from that era. Singer-songwriter Laura Nyro makes one of her last performances on this recording.

Track listing

  1. "Let's Hang On" (Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer, Denny Randell) (with Frankie Valli) (4:41)
  2. "Groovin'" (Eddie Brigati, Felix Cavaliere) (with Felix Cavaliere of The Rascals) (4:09)
  3. "It's Gonna Take a Miracle" (Teddy Randazzo, Lou Stallman, Bob Weinstein) (with Bette Midler) (3:56)
  4. "I Second That Emotion" (Al Cleveland, Smokey Robinson) (with Smokey Robinson) (3:40)
  5. "La-La (Means I Love You)" (Thom Bell, William "Poogie" Hart) (with Laura Nyro) (4:36)
  6. "Too Busy Thinking About My Baby" (Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong, Janie Bradford) (with Phil Collins) (4:44)
  7. "The Thrill Is Gone" (Roy Hawkins, Rick Darnell) (with Ruth Brown & B.B. King) (6:07)
  8. "Hot Fun in the Summertime" (Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart) (with Chaka Khan) (4:17)
  9. "Along Comes Mary" (Tandyn Almer) (3:34)
  10. "Dream Lover" (Bobby Darin) (with James Taylor) (4:53)
  11. "Save The Last Dance For Me" (Doc Pomus, Mort Shuman) (with Ben E. King) (4;05)
  12. "God Only Knows" (Brian Wilson, Tony Asher) (2:46)

Personnel

References

  • The Manhattan Transfer Official Website (requires Flash)


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