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£7.08

The King’s Men

Released 2 June 2014

1CD

SKU: KGS0006
 MUSIC  Spotify

The King’s Men (the men’s voices from The Choir of King’s College, Cambridge) present a selection of unrecorded pop and jazz a capella arrangements written for the group by current and former Choral Scholars. The songs range from classics such as ‘Swing Low, Sweet Chariot’ and ‘Old Man River’ to more recent hits such as Carly-Rae Jepson’s ‘Call Me Maybe’. The album reached No. 1 on the iTunes Classical Download Chart.

“Refreshing… totally cool” – Pizzicato

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1Get Around02:05The Beach Boys arr. Keith Roberts
2Swing Low, Sweet Chariot03:06Traditional Spiritual arr. Ed Rex
3Wonderwall02:30Oasis arr. Tom Recknell
4A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square03:36Sherwin, Manning & Maschwitz, Eric arr. Ruari Bowen
5Forget You02:45Cee Lo Green arr. Ed Rex
6Never Had a Dream Come True03:07S Club 7 arr. Peter Lindsay & Joe Adams
7September04:04Earth, Wind and Fire arr. Ed Rex
8Tears in Heaven03:59Clapton, Eric arr. Tom Recknell
9I Want it That Way03:03Backstreet Boys arr. Tom Recknell
10Minnie the Moocher02:58Calloway, Cab arr. Ed Rex
11Call Me Maybe03:30Jepsen, Carly Rae arr. Ed Rex
12Old Man River04:16Kern, Jerome & Hammerstein, Oscar arr. Ruairi Bowen
13Every Time We Say Goodbye02:08Porter, Cole arr. Ed Rex
14I Want You Back02:29The Jackson 5 arr. Ed Rex
Total playing time – 43:36

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Tracks 1-4, 6-10, 12 & 13 recorded at St George’s Church, Chesterton, 18-19 March and 25-26 June 2013
Tracks 5, 11 & 14 recorded at West Road Studio, 20 March 2013

Recorded at 96kHz 24-bit PCM stereo.

Producer  Benjamin Sheen
Engineers  Matthew Dilley (Chesterton) and Daniel Halford (West Road Studio)
Mastering Engineer  Nick Watson

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