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Mt. San Antonio College - Singopation

Song NameArranger
This Could Be The Start Of Something BigDavid Cazier
MinuanoKerry Marsh
Not Like ThisC. Argersinger
Virou AreiaRosana Eckert
Don't Be On The OutsideKerry Marsh
I Feel So SmoochieJeremy Fox
Nature BoyRoss Burford
DriveRob Monusey
In My LifeJeremy Fox
Moments' NoticeDavid Pugh
CorcovadoParis Rutherford
Snow SambaDarmon Meader
Virtual InsanityKerry Marsh
I Want You BackKerry Marsh

Directed by Bruce Rogers

Mt. Sac's dynamic ensemble Singcopation, founded in 1997 by Director of Choral Activities Bruce Rogers, consists of 12 auditioned male and female student vocal jazz specialists. These exceptional singers have taken home a variety of trophies from vocal jazz competitions, been named "Most Outstanding College Vocal Jazz Group in the Country" by Downbeat. On the 14 generally accompanied (Piano, Drums & Bass) tunes of "Drive," Singcopation shows us a level of sophistication and polish rarely found at the college level. Particularly fine are Steve Allen's "This Could be the Start of Something Big," the scatty, salsa-flavored "Virou Areia," the sexy, silly, nearly a cappella "I Feel So Smoochie," a very cool arrangement of "Nature Boy," Bobby McFerrin's sweet a cappella (of course) title tune, a moody cover of Lennon/McCartney's "In My Life," John Coltrane's "Moment's Notice," a smooth, rhythmic cover of Antonio Carlos Jobim's "Corcovado," and very nice vocal percussion on the a cappella "Virtual Insanity." We are big fans of Singcopation, and enjoyed every cut of "Drive!"

Item code: 7622C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | United States

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