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Label: Not On Label (The New Swingle Singers Self-released) - none • Format: Cassette Album • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Classical •
Agincourt Song - The New Swingle Singers* - Chameleon (Cassette, Album)

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This is the British group. For the original French group, see Les Swingle Singers. When the original French a-cappella group disbanded in , leader Ward Swingle went to England where he formed Swingle II with an expanded repertoire. Renamed The New Swingle Singers in , The Swingles in , The Swingle Singers around and The Swingles again around

Find album reviews, songs, credits and award information for Swingle II: Swing Sing' by The Swingle Singers on AllMusic10/10(1).

History. The French group, directed originally by Ward Swingle (who once belonged to Mimi Perrin's French vocal group Les Double Six), began as session singers mainly doing backing vocals for singers such as Charles Aznavour and Edith Piaf. Christiane Legrand, sister of Michel Legrand, was the original lead soprano with the group. The ensemble sang some jazz vocals for Michel Legrand.

Engineer [Recording] – John Milner (tracks: 1 to 5, 14, 15), Robin Risso (tracks: 6 to13) Producer – John Milner, Jonathan Rathbone. Soprano Vocals – Deryn Edwards, Helen Massey. Supervised By [Musical Adviser] – Ward Swingle. Tenor Vocals – Andrew Busher, Jonathan Rathbone.

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  1. The Swingle Singers heard here are not the original French group that were an essential part of any cocktail-party-ready LP shelf in the late '60s, but the group's second (and still viable) incarnation, founded in London in the s. There is no indication of when and where the music was recorded, or of the original recordings from which it was taken -- features that are always desirable in a Author: James Manheim.

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