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Album Review

The most visible practitioners of neo-doo wop a cappella vocals top themselves with this stunning holiday package. Their delivery is crisp; their arrangements are fresh; their original material is polished and spirited; the feeling projected alternates between sentimental, playful, and buoyant...frankly, there's nothing negative to say about Comfort & Joy. Highlights include a beautiful bass vocal showcase on "I'll Be Home for Christmas," an extraordinary trombone section evocation on "Home for the Holidays," the breathtaking vocal rhythm groove on "Snowstar," and the most obvious nod toward doo wop tradition, complete with a tongue-in-cheek confessional recitation on "Please Come Home for Christmas." But each track, in its own way, sparkles. Unlike almost every holiday release in recent years, this one should last for many seasons to come. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Great new CD... but this isn't pop

Rockapella has done it again with an incredible Holiday album... It's a Small World especially makes this album! But a side note to iTunes... This isn't Pop... it's Acapella, therefore it technically can't be Pop. It's considered "Vocal" as, well, they use their voices for everything, not instruments.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Rockapella successfully modernized the art of a cappella performing, texturing their rich five-part vocals with elements of rock, jazz, R&B and doo-wop. The group was formed during the mid-'80s by Brown University students Sean Altman (tenor) and Elliott Kerman (baritone), who met while members of the school's male a cappella ensemble the High Jinks. They soon formed a spin-off streetcorner group dubbed the Lunchtime Specials, gradually evolving into Rockapella — although other members...
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