Student a cappella group releases new album, available at Maggie’s
October 13, 2009
Momo & The Coop, one of Lewis & Clark’s student a cappella groups, released their new album “Joh Eh Ba Dop” on October 13. The album features 16 songs from the group’s eclectic repertoire, from old favorites such as Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” to new additions like Michael Bublé’s “Feeling Good.”
“Joh Eh Ba Dop” is the second album from Momo & The Coop since the group’s inception in 2005. The album marks the farewell of the founding members of the group, who began Momo & The Coop four years ago on a college campus that did not have any a cappella groups, and now leave Lewis & Clark with a healthy student a cappella scene.
The album is available at Maggie’s Café on the Lewis & Clark campus (free!) and for download at www.momoandthecoop.com (donations kindly accepted).
Here’s a sample from the album, “Iris” by The Goo Goo Dolls, with Jesse Rope B.A. ‘09 on the solo.
Submitted by Jonah Geil-Neufeld ‘11.