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Welcome to 52nd Street in the Big Apple, where Jazz is steaming hot, the weather is ice cold, and the drinks flow freely.   This masterful collection, described as one of the best vocal albums in Jazz, contains all that 52nd Street spirit. 

Originally released in 1981, its label has rereleased these eleven tracks to grace the jazz scene once again.  Enjoy classics like "Take the A Train" and "Miss Harper Goes Bizarre."  Listen to the talented Wendy Simon and Eric Shaw put their own twist on "My Favorite Things."  Finally, hear their original, "Everybody Eats When They Come To My House," a hilarious masterpiece of lyrical work that has received praise from critics and fans alike.

This album is guaranteed to take you back to the jazz clubs of 52nd Street and have you up and dancing in no time.


"Group amazes in all 11 songs. A unique, welcome pop vocal group, reminiscent of Lambert, Hendrix and Ross. Lyrics included!" --Dan Singer, In Tune International, September 2005

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"Scrapple to the Apple" Reviewed by RadioIndy.com!
POSTED BY: momof5pacs POSTED ON: 07 Feb 2009 07:22 PM

52nd Street brings on the smooth and silky jazz classics with their latest release, titled “Scrapple to the Apple.” This group has a delicious assortment of jazz standards performed with energy and enthusiastic versatility. Vocals are lush and smooth which confidently demonstrates the polished phrasing and articulation. Listeners will notice the great chemistry between the band members as the piano plays with flavorful chord progressions while the bass and drums are solid and supportive, capturing the feel of the swing rhythm. The composition of “Take The A Train” is a spectacular vocal duet complemented with an upbeat swing style. Catch the scat vocals on “My Favorite Things” and take note of the lyrics cleverly rewritten for this popular piece. Listeners will be delighted when hearing “Scrapple to the Apple,” as it is brimming with wonderfully entertaining jazz standards with 52nd Street’s delightful style.

-Diane and The RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team
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