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Well it was inevitable that any group as talented as Take Six would constantly expand their horizons. "Join the Band" features electronically synthesized orchestration with drum machines and the occasional saxophone in beautiful arrangements. To satisfy the ear of the a cappella listener there is "My Friend" sung with Ray Charles (yes, the Ray Charles), and two more, including the poignantly beautiful "Lullaby". Even if you consider yourself an a cappella purist and feel that instruments tend to obscure the goal of perfect harmony, as this reviewer does, this recording transcends that petty perspective and is a must for any collection.
Well it was inevitable that any group as talented as Take Six would constantly expand their horizons. "Join the Band" features electronically synthesized orchestration with drum machines and the occasional saxophone in beautiful arrangements. To satisfy the ear of the a cappella listener there is "My Friend" sung with Ray Charles (yes, the Ray Charles), and two more, including the poignantly beautiful "Lullaby". Even if you consider yourself an a cappella purist and feel that instruments tend to obscure the goal of perfect harmony, as this reviewer does, this recording transcends that petty perspective and is a must for any collection.
093624549727
Take 6 - Join the Band

Details

Format: CD
Label: WOEN
Catalog: 454972
Rel. Date: 06/28/1994
UPC: 093624549727

Join the Band
Artist: Take 6
Format: CD
New: NOT IN STORE, BUT IN PRINT AND ORDER-ABLE - , call or email $16.99 Used: Currently Unavailable
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DISC: 1

1. Can't Keep Goin' on and On
2. All I Need (Is a Chance)
3. My Friend
4. It's Gonna Rain
5. You Can Never Ask Too Much (Of Love)
6. I've Got Life
7. Stay Tuned (Interlude)
8. Biggest Part of Me
9. Badiyah (Interlude)
10. Harmony
11. 4 Miles (Interlude)
12. Even Though
13. Why I Feel This Way
14. Lullaby

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Well it was inevitable that any group as talented as Take Six would constantly expand their horizons. "Join the Band" features electronically synthesized orchestration with drum machines and the occasional saxophone in beautiful arrangements. To satisfy the ear of the a cappella listener there is "My Friend" sung with Ray Charles (yes, the Ray Charles), and two more, including the poignantly beautiful "Lullaby". Even if you consider yourself an a cappella purist and feel that instruments tend to obscure the goal of perfect harmony, as this reviewer does, this recording transcends that petty perspective and is a must for any collection.
        
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