Our new album captures all the mystery and thrill of a late-night adventure with friends. Featuring eleven brand new arrangements and three classics, such as "Let's Stay Together", "Bridge Over Troubled Water", and “September", Midnight Drive is a record that you will not want to miss.
The Gamble, recorded in Goshen, Connecticut during the spring of 2015, is as bold as the name suggests. The Gamble features ten brand new arrangements and four classics, including “Take Me to Church,” “A Bridge Over Troubled Water,” ”Till There Was You,” and many more!
The Very Best of...
Our repertoire, hundreds of songs arranged by current and former Alley Cats, reflects our tradition and diversity. Over our 70 year history, the song book has grown to include everything from the Temptations and Stevie Wonder to Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift. We perform these songs while staying true to our roots in the standards of the American Songbook from the likes of Ellington, Gershwin, and Porter. This collection represents just a selection of some of our favorites.
Celebrating their 70th year, the Yale Alley Cats are proud to present the group's most recent album, Noir. Recorded in Hartford, Connecticut in spring 2013 under the guidance of producers Austin Czarnecki and Sho Matsuzaki, Noir features a wide variety of selections demonstrating our dynamic jazz-infused repertoire.
Recorded in New Haven, Connecticut during 2010 under the guidance of Musical Director Andrew Maillet '11+1, Maneki Neko features a combination of old favorites and a number of brand-new arrangements.
Ghost of a Chance
The album was recorded in 2008 in the beautiful and spacious Academy of Arts and Letters in New York City under Grammy-winning producer Adam Abeshouse, and has been released by Bridge Records.
Ninth Live features live recordings from local concerts in New England in addition to our summer 2004 tour of Europe.