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Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella

Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella

Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella


Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella" is an all-vocal version of Pink Floyd's magnum opus "Dark Side of the Moon." No instruments were used in the recording of this unique version of the album. Eight singers and one "vocal percussionist" (similar to a beatboxer) recreate the original work in its entirety. The album was recorded in High Definition, without breaks between the tracks (as in the original), and is as close to the original in timing as possible, thus preserving its "Wizard of Oz Compatibility. Read more on Last.fm
Dark Side of the Moon A Cappella" is an all-vocal version of Pink Floyd's magnum opus "Dark Side of the Moon." No instruments were used in the recording of this unique version of the album. Eight singers and one "vocal percussionist" (similar to a beatboxer) recreate the original work in its entirety. The album was recorded in High Definition, without breaks between the tracks (as in the original), and is as close to the original in timing as possible, thus preserving its "Wizard of Oz Compatibility." Produced and mixed by the renowned a cappella Producer, Freddie Feldman, and mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Doug Sax, this recording breaks new ground in both the worlds of a cappella and rock. Singers: Stephanie Lewin, Jennifer Feucht, Melissa Smithson, Jon Krivitzky, Michael Mahler, Chris Feucht, Alan Schmuckler, Dan Riley, and Freddie Feldman.

Music arranged by: Jon Krivitzky. Nominated for Best Album, Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award (CARA) 2006. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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