Cats & Jammers | Feel That Rhythm

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Feel That Rhythm

by Cats & Jammers

Fabulous swing vocal trio with acoustic accompaniment
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Lover Come Back To Me
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2. Down In The Depths
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4:31 album only
3. Meet Me At No Special Place
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3:20 album only
4. Harlem Nocturne
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4:38 album only
5. Nice Work If You Can Get It
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3:30 album only
6. My Bluebird's Singing The Blues
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4:25 album only
7. Most Gentlemen Don't Like Love
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8. You've Been A Good Old Wagon
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3:47 album only
9. I Wonder What Became Of Me
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10. Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore
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11. Dancing In The Dark
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12. Feel That Rhythm
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Cats & Jammers was for 16 years the premier swing vocal trio in the San Francisco Bay Area. They incorporated the best of older vocal groups like the Mills Brothers, the Boswell Sisters and the Delta Rhythm Boys while adding their own personalities and a liberal dose of humor to the sound. Accompanying themselves on acoustic guitars, string bass and violin, they are joined on CD by master sax/clarinet player Jim Rothermel. Philip Elwood of the San Francisco Examiner said "Cats & Jammers swing like mad!". Feel That Rhythm was their second CD, and contains their amazing version of Harlem Nocturne, Lover Come Back, and the original title track.


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