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WOW!

This is amazing, top-notch music we have here. The Swingle Singers have a perfect amount of blend, dynamics, and those harmonies are just absolutely fantastic. The singers have obviously worked themselves to the bone and their hard work shows. This album, along with all of their others, is one of the best examples of beautiful a cappella music I've ever heard. If I had to choose my favorite song, I would have to choose the first one, "Unravel." I especially love beginning of this song. The Swingle Singers pull off such perfect dissonant harmonies in this song as well as all the rest of the songs on this recording. If you are a fan of a cappella music, I would highly, highly reccomend this.

Biography

Formed: 1962

Genre: Classical

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A French vocal group famed for tackling all manner of classical material (Baroque, fugues, madrigals, orchestral overtures) and switching them to an a cappella swing setting, the Swingle Singers was formed in Paris during the early '60s by American expatriate Ward Swingle. By the time of their 1963 album debut, the group comprised eight voices -- Swingle, Christiane Legrand (sister of Michel), Jean-Claude Briodin, Anne Germain, Claude Germaine, Jean Cussac, Claudine Meunier and Jeanette Baucomont....
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