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Scat | Wash Day Miracle

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Wash Day Miracle

by Scat

Hip, fresh, fun, vocal jazz. Combines the best of classic jazz genres - swing, trad, groove, latin...it all comes out in the wash.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. SCAT (Pre-wash)
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2. Groovin' Right
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3. Change Your Tune
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4. Wonder-Brite
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5. Borrowed Time
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6. Twisted
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7. Could This Be?
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8. To Self
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9. Skylark
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10. Soul Satisfaction
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11. Tradition of Straw Hats
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12. This Little Light of Mine
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13. Fly Me to the Moon
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14. Emma
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15. When I Fall In Love
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16. The Ending Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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WASH DAY MIRACLE - Now with richer vibrant tones and brilliant spin-cycle performance!
Three years in the making, the sparkly-new, highly anticipated Scat album has arrived. With forward-thinking jazz concepts, a touch of 70s groove, lots of catchy melodies, serious jazzmanship and a quirky sense of humour, SCAT has produced yet another dazzling disc of good clean jazz.

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Paul

This is catchy!
Im a huge fan of Scat, and this latest album has gotten me very excited! It's a bit more funky than their previous 'jazzier' albums, but still plenty of swing and bop there to get your fingers snappin. The production on this album is fantastic, with strings, synths and horns - even backing vocals adding to the sound. Though this is definitely Scat's slickest offering yet, happily it hasnt lost that jazz edge of their's which we've come to love.
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