|2||Pass Me The Jazz||03:48|
|7||A Life For Me||04:59|
|8||Catching The Big Fish||03:31|
|9||Harder Better Faster Stronger||03:54|
|10||Gee Mine Or Mozarts||03:47|
|11||Loves Forever-Loves For You-For Me-For Now||03:58|
Live in Japan
"Live music is a powerful thing" is the opening sentence of this recording's liner notes, and for The Real Group, it is especially true. Recorded in April 2013 at the intimate Billboard Live Club in Osaka and Tokyo, this superb recording showcases the stunning voices and sublime arrangements that make the Real Group one of the best in the business. Some of the songs on the recording have been in their repertoire for awhile, but they have never been recorded before by current group members Emma and Morton. They bring a fresh new interpretation of the material, and it's wonderful to hear how these old favorites have developed. There is also plenty of new material, such as "Lucky Luke", the Daft Punk song "Harder Better Faster Stronger", the swingin' "Gee! Mine or Mozart's?", and Michael Jackson's "Bad". This reviewer has had the pleasure of hearing the Real Group perform live, and this recording helps relive the experience. For those of you who have not heard them live, here's your chance. The physical CD comes with a lovely color booklet chockful of photos and musings from the group.
Pioneers. Audience Favourites. Cult Group. The Real Group plays in a league of its own. Taking their name from the legendary jazz collection “The Real Book”, these 5 singers got together 30 years ago at the Royal Conservatory in Stockholm to form one of the most influential and beloved a cappella groups of the past few decades. The group’s recordings are widely considered the benchmark for a cappella studio production, and their concerts - a mix of original covers and their own superb compositions - are spell-binding and highly entertaining. The Real Group has a high commitment to education, including both a festival and an online academy under their auspices. The workshops and master classes they sponsor are popular with choirs and vocal groups alike.
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