|1||Haell Mig Kvar||04:30|
|3||Lullaby of Birdland||02:34|
|4||My Funny Valentine||02:54|
|5||Sashenka - Wednesday night||03:48|
|6||Sashenka - Sunday morning||03:32|
|8||Innan isen laegger sig||04:18|
|9||No More Blues||02:59|
|12||I did not want to Clap||04:40|
Seven years after the founding of Vocado, the group was ready to release their first CD. And: the long wait was worth it.
Although the CD ranges stylistically from jazz over pop to folk, it is permeated throughout by an indescribable Swedish-Nordic atmosphere. Light, subtle, and a bit mysterious - a must for fans of the Scandanavian "contemporary vocal music" tradition.
Whoever wants to read the opinion of the U.S colleagues from the Recorded A Cappella Review Board can click on this link to three detailed CD reviews: www.rarb.org/reviews/1172.html#
The group has participated in numerous international a cappella festivals and has won several awards. In 2008, they received first prize and the jury’s special prize in the International A Cappella Contest in Leipzig, Germany. Since then, Vocado have toured in Germany and Sweden as well as other countries such as Finland, Spain, Belgium, Austria, and others.
In the spring of 2011, Vocado was awarded the “Choir of the Year” award by the Swedish Choral Society. Later in that year, the group released their debut album “Northern Lights”, which was nominated by the Contemporary Acappella Society for their annual a cappella album award.