The Manhattan Transfer - Cuentame mp3 album
Coming Out is the third album by The Manhattan Transfer, released August 19, 1976 on Atlantic Records. On the advice of their manager Aaron Russo, the group downplayed the "nostalgic" tenor of their previous breakthrough album in favor of more contemporary songs. However, the throwback single "Chanson d'Amour" became a breakout single in Europe and hit the No. 1 spot in the United Kingdom for three weeks (as well as charting elsewhere in Europe).
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Manhattan transfer: cuentame. Artist: The Manhattan Transfer. Album: Coming Out, 1990. The Manhattan Transfer - Cuentame. Has been played on. Netherlands 26.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Manhattan Transfer, The - Cuentame. Photo of Manhattan Transfer, The - Cuentame. More albums of Manhattan Transfer, The: The Best Of The Manhattan Transfer. This album was released on the label Atlantic (catalog number ATL 10 883) Atlantic (catalog number ATL 10883). This album was released in 1976 year.
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The Manhattan Transfer (album). The Manhattan Transfer is the second album by The Manhattan Transfer. However, it is the first of four albums to be released by the lineup of Tim Hauser, Laurel Massé, Alan Paul, and Janis Siegel, and the first to establish the sound and style for which the group would become known. It was released on April 2, 1975 by Atlantic Records and was produced by Ahmet Ertegün and Tim Hauser.
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|A||Cuentame (The Speak Up Mambo)
Written-By – Al Castellanos
|B||Poinciana (The Song Of The Tree)
Written-By – Buddy Bernier, Nat Simon
- Made By – Negram
- Pressed By – EMI-Bovema N.V. – 32871
- Pressed By – EMI-Bovema N.V. – 32872
- Arranged By – Arthur Jenkins, Jr.*
Notes℗ (C) 1976
Made in Holland by Negram
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- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 10883-A//HL32871-1-Y
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 10883-B//HL32872-1-Y
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A, B): MS 1510X
|ATL 10 883||The Manhattan Transfer||Cuentame (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATL 10 883||Germany||1977|
|2300023||The Manhattan Transfer||The Speak Up Mambo (12", Single, Spl)||Atlantic||2300023||Colombia||1976|
|10883||The Manhattan Transfer||Poinciana / The Speak Up Mambo (7", Single, TP, W/Lbl)||Atlantic||10883||France||1976|
|N-S-28-182||The Manhattan Transfer||Cuentame / Poinciana (7", Single)||Atlantic, Rádio Triunfo, Lda.||N-S-28-182||Portugal||1976|
|W 10864||The Manhattan Transfer||The Speak Up Mambo (7")||Atlantic||W 10864||Italy||1976|