Manhattan Transfer Lyrics

Genre: Jazz

Manhattan Transfer Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Gentleman With A Family
2 Popsicle Toes
3 Je Voulais (Te Dire Que Je T'Attends)
4 Santa Claus Is Coming To Town/Santa Man
5 Shaker Song
6 How High The Moon
7 I Need A Man
8 Baby Come Back To Me (The Morse Code Of Love)
9 Stomp Of King Porter
10 A Christmas Love Song
11 15 Minute Intermission
12 In The Dark
13 Four Brothers
14 The Duke Of Dubuque
15 Chicken Bone Bone
16 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
17 Wacky Dust
18 Sunny Disposish
19 Zindy Lou
20 Who, What, Where, When, Why
21 That's Killer Joe
22 Java Jive
23 Chanson D'amour
24 Silent Night, Holy Night
25 One More Time Around Rosie
26 Caroling, Caroling
27 Scotch And Soda
28 Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season (Medley)
29 Where Did Our Love Go
30 I Know Why (And So Do You)
31 10 Minutes Till The Savages Come
32 Poinciana (The Song Of The Tree)
33 Offbeat Of Avenues
34 S.O.S
35 Boy From New York City
36 It's Good Enough To Keep (Air Mail Special)
37 Trickle Trickle
38 Choo Choo Ch' Boogie
39 A World Apart
40 Well, Well, Well
41 Smile Again
42 Operator
43 Sing Joy Spring
44 That Cat Is High
45 Freddy Morris Monologue
46 Until I Met You (Corner Pocket)
47 The Word Of, Confirmation
48 The Zoo Blues
49 Safronia B
50 Fair And Tender Ladies
51 So You Say
52 Heart's Desire
53 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
54 In A Mellow Tone
55 God Only Knows
56 This Independence
57 That's The Way It Goes
58 Rosianna
59 Capim
60 Don't Let Go
61 Walk In Love
62 Nothin' You Can Do About It
63 Mystery
64 Unchained Melody
65 Metropolis
66 The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)
67 Sing A Study In Brown
68 Coo Coo U
69 American Pop
70 Hear The Voices
71 It's Not The Spotlight
72 Sing Moten's Swing
73 Body And Soul
74 Soldier Of Fortune
75 Rambo
76 Agua
77 Helpless
78 Pieces Of Dreams
79 A-Tisket, A-Tasket
80 Twilight Zone
81 Code Of Ethics
82 Airegin
83 Guided Missiles
84 The Jungle Pioneer
85 Malaise En Malaisie
86 To You
87 Roll Daddy, Roll
88 Notes From The Underground
89 The Speak Up Mambo (Cuentame)
90 Single Girl
91 Sing You Sinners
92 Foreign Affair
93 Down South Camp Meetin'
94 Meet Benny Bailey
95 Tuxedo Junction
96 The Offbeat Of Avenues
97 It Came Upon The Midnight Clear
98 Snootie Little Cutie
99 Clouds (Adapted From "Nuages")
100 On The Boulevard
101 Why Not! (Manhattan Carnival)
102 Another Night In Tunisia
103 Sweet Talkin' Guy
104 What Goes Around Comes Around
105 Goodnight
106 Skyliner
107 Goodbye Love
108 Sassy
109 Ray's Rockhouse
110 Candy
111 Blue Serenade
112 Topsy
113 Wanted, Dead Or Alive
114 The Night That Monk Returned To Heaven
115 Blee Blop Blues
116 Gloria
117 Women In Love
118 It Wouldn't Have Made Any Difference
119 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
120 Sunday
121 Spies In The Night
122 Route 66
123 Jeannine
124 Oh Yes, I Remember Clifford
125 Clap Your Hands
126 The Thought Of Loving You
127 Tubby The Tuba
128 My Cat Fell In The Well (Well! Well! Well!)
129 Confide In Me
130 A Gal In Calico
131 Tubby At The Circus
132 Move
133 You Can Depend On Me
134 The Quietude (Encuentro De Animales)
135 Love For Sale
136 Tubby Meets A Jazz Band
137 Bacon Fat
138 Soul Food To Go
139 Blue Champagne
140 Blues For Pablo
141 The Further Adventures Of Tubby The Tuba
142 Turn Me Loose
143 You'se A Viper
144 Occapella
145 Snowfall
146 On A Little Street In Singapore
147 Along Comes Mary
148 Birdland
149 Spice Of Life

Manhattan Transfer Bio

The Manhattan Transfer is an American mixed music group. There have been two manifestations of the group, with Tim Hauser being the only person to be part of both. The name comes from John Dos Passos' 1925 novel Manhattan Transfer and refers to the group's New York origins.

The first manifestation of the group was established in 1969 in New York City by Tim Hauser, Erin Dickins, Marty Nelson, and Pat Rosalia. Gene Pistilli, a good friend, soon became an integral component and composed for, and recorded with, the group. They contracted to Capitol Records, recorded several tracks, and issued their first album, Jukin' (1971).The album listed the original group in the order of billing determined by sequence of this first group's formation as was customary in the industry. Accordingly, Erin Dickins, Pat Rosalia, Tim Hauser, and Marty Nelson were listed out of alphabetical order.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Manhattan_Transfer