These Sing Joy Spring Manhattan Transfer lyrics are copyrighted by the band and cannot be used without consent. Please contact them if you want to use the lyrics. They will gladly provide you with permission to use their lyrics as long as they are attributed to the band. You may also use other song lyrics from the band but remember that they will retain their copyright. You can read more about this in our article about Sing Joy Spring lyrics.
Sing Joy Spring lyrics are copyright Manhattan Transfer
Sing Joy Spring is a song by American jazz group Manhattan Transfer, recorded in 1986. It features a Count Basie Big Band and Clifford Brown tunes. This album features regular touring group members Jon Hendricks and Bobby McFerrin. The song was retitled ‘Sing Joy Spring’ and featured bassist John Patitucci driving the band. Manhattan Transfer lyrics are copyright.
The band was formed in 1969 and received Grammy Awards in both the jazz and pop categories in the same year. Their best-known songs from their records and concerts are included in this songbook. There are 25 songs on this collection, including Body and Soul, Chanson D’Amour, Operator, Poinciana, Route 66, and Tuxed Junction. The songbook also contains lyrics to some of their most popular albums.
The group has been active for over 40 years and continues to perform to this day. This new album draws inspiration from the 1975 version of Glenn Miller’s “Sing Joy Spring.” Singing this song is copyright-protected, and all other Manhattan Transfer lyrics are listed as copyrighted. The band is known for its innovative, eclectic approach to jazz. In addition to popular jazz songs, Manhattan Transfer has branched out into pop and Latin music.