The Manhattan Transfer ‎– The Manhattan Transfer

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Atlantic ‎– SD 18133
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A1 Tuxedo Junction
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Mike RodWritten-By – Buddy Feyne, Erskine Hawkins, Julian Dash, William Johnson
3:03
A2 Sweet Talking Guy
Tambourine – Laurel MasséWritten-By – Doug Morris, Eliot Greenberg
2:25
A3 Operator
Organ – Richard TeeSoloist, Tenor Saxophone – Michael BreckerWritten-By – William Spivery
3:09
A4 Candy
Written-By – Alex Kramer, Joan Whitney, Mack David
3:26
A5 Gloria
Written-By – Esther Navarro
2:57
A6 Clap Your Hands
Alto Saxophone – Dave Sanborn*, George Dorsey, George Young (2), Harvey Estrin, Jerry Dodgion, Phil BodnerBaritone Saxophone – Lew Delgatto, Wally KaneClarinet – Phil Bodner, Seldon Powell, Wally KaneConcertmaster – Gene OrloffTambourine – Laurel MasséTenor Saxophone – Frank Vicari, Michael Brecker, Mike Rod, Seldon PowellTrombone – Alan Raph, Garnett Brown, Mickey Gravine, Paul Favlise*, Quentin Jackson, Wayne AndreTrumpet – Alan Rubin, Bob McCoy, John Faddis*, Marky Markowitz, Marvin Stamm, Mel Davis, Randy BreckerWritten-By – Ira Newborn, The Manhattan Transfer
2:55
B1 That Cat Is High
Written-By – J.M. Williams*
2:53
B2 You Can Depend On Me
Soloist, Tenor Saxophone – Zoot Simms*Written-By – Charles Carpenter, Earl Hines, Louis Dunlap
3:30
B3 Blue Champagne
Written-By – Frank Ryerson, Grady Watts, Jimmy Eaton
2:21
B4 Java Jive
Written-By – Ben Oakland, Milton Drake
2:44
B5 Occapella
Congas – Daniel Ben ZebulonElectric Piano – Richard TeeWritten-By – Allen Toussaint
3:04
B6 Heart's Desire
Concertmaster – Gene OrloffWritten-By – Bernard Purdie, George Cox, Hugh Lewis, James Dozier, Ralph Ingram
2:36

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): ST-A-753339 SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): ST-A-753340 SP
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Other (Side B - Embossed Around Center Hole): EAST

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