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I love this album. A little bit of everything, and really fantastic solos throughout. It doesn't sound overproduced, and the Duke's Men have a mature, tight sound. I especially love the solo on "Ain't No Sunshine" as well as "What a Good Boy" and "Party in the U.S.A."


I've heard a lot of college acapella groups over the years, and the Duke's Men are without question the best! The arrangements on this album are incredible; the way this group is able to re-imagine a song using only voices and come up with a product which is at once recognizable and original. Their repertoire is eclectic, their background harmonies are tight and imaginative. And every track features a different soloist that will take your breath away. Some of my favorite tracks are What a Good Boy, Ain't No Sunshine, and This Woman's Work. My only question is, when's your next album coming out???

Best All-Male A Cappella Group!

The Duke's Men are just amazing. This CD features such great soloists on every song, which are all wonderfully arranged. Some a cappella groups get stuck into doing just one genre of music and this group is definitely not guilty of that in the least! Almost every song comes from some different sub-genre and the CD shows the comfortability of the group across styles. My favorite songs on the CD are Plane and Comin' Home Baby! Soo good! Also Sam Tsui on What a Good Boy is fantastic!! Buy this CD! I also would recommend What a Trip and DOOX!


Genre: Vocal

Duke Ellington composed for his orchestra as a unit and for his most skilled improvisers as individuals. Beginning in 1934 and up until 1941, miniaturized editions of the Duke Ellington Orchestra recorded under the nominal leadership of four master musicians: trumpeter Cootie Williams & His Rug Cutters, cornetist Rex Stewart & His 52nd Street Stompers, clarinetist Barney Bigard & His Jazzopators, and saxophonist Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra. Each man shared the responsibilities of composing, arranging,...
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The Chase, The Duke's Men
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Vocal, Music, Pop
  • Released: Sep 03, 2010

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