- Japan's Sugar Moon brings us three tracks off their self-titled album: "Shima-Uta, an Island Song," "Satoukibibatake, Sugar Cane Field" and "Ave Maria." I love the light, delicate harmonies of this female trio!
- A couple more tracks from Moscow's A'Cappella ExpreSSS
: a clever arrangement of "Love Me Do" and "Around the World."
- From No Strings Attached (courtesy A Cappella Radio International), listen for "Trickle, Trickle."
- And the UW MadHatters
bring us a cool Britney Spears medley, a cover of "Prayin' for Daylight" and "All For You."
Piles of new tracks in the past few months... here's the highlights:
- A couple of classic old tracks from the Harvard Callbacks
... off their 1994 release Kaleidoscope.
Listen for a live version of Linda Ronstadt's "I Need You" and a foxy cover of the Indigo Girl's "Galileo."
- The Moscow-based jazz group A'Cappella ExpreSSS
(winners of the Ward Swingle Award in 2003 and the CASA Best Jazz Album in 2004) brings us "Middle of the River." So cool that really solid, rich a cappella jazz is coming out of Russia.
- From Select,
the Saint Paul Seven
brings us a very patriotic George M. Cohan medley, and also a nice five-part arrangement of "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."
And while I was at it, added some new holiday tracks to A Cappella Holiday from Germany's Die Prinzen
, and a bunch of great stuff from Encore
(courtesy Dr. Kirby Shaw!).