Style: A capella vocal jazz; compare to Straight No Chaser, Luther Vandross, Manhattan Transfer
Top tracks: "Can't Imagine Love Without You" (w/ Stevie Wonder), "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"
Take 6's vocal ability—described by Quincy Jones as "the baddest vocal cats on the planet"—has afforded the legendary sextet 10 Grammies and Dove Awards, as well as an international platform accompanying the greatest musicians in the biz. One lyrically returns the jazz masters to explicit gospel roots, while musically lavished with vocal tracks mastering multi-genres—including R&B, perfectly formulated by Stevie Wonder's guest spot on his original, "Can't Imagine Love Without You." Though they have never strayed far from their Christian music core, the return to exclusive gospel content is an engaging complement to the group's recent return to a capella recordings.1
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