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t a quick glance, the Royal Bopsters’ new recording, (Motéma), appears to be a straightforward continuation of their 2015 debut, . The group remains a quartet carrying the torch of vocalese from Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, the Manhattan Transfer, and New York Voices. Like their debut, the new album is highlighted by contributions from vocal legends Bob Dorough and Sheila Jordan. It also features a guest appearance by the great

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