Click the play button to listenAfter almost a decade of planning and putting it off, the boys finally face their greatest fear: group jazz singing. What happens when three or four hipsters harmonize? Is it safe to even try to find out? Mike's not sure about that, but we tried anyway, and came up with this insight: you can't keep a good Boswell down. In pop matters, Pat brags about having seen all three incarnations of The Bad Plus live, so stay tuned for that.
- Discussion of The Boswell Sisters' album A Sampler of the Boswell Sisters (Nostalgia Arts) 6:19
- Discussion of Lambert, Hendricks & Ross' album Sing a Song of Basie (Am par) 28:30
- Discussion of Mel Torme's album Back in Town (His Master's Voice) 44:06
- Discussion of The Royal Bopsters' album The Royal Bopsters (Motema) 56:23
- Pop Matters 1:19:22
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