|Live album by Les McCann and Eddie Harris|
|Recorded||The Montreux Jazz Festival|
|Producer||Nesuhi Ertegün & Bob Emmer|
Swiss Movement is a soul jazz live album recorded on June 21, 1969 at The Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland by the Les McCann trio with saxophonist Eddie Harris and trumpeter Benny Bailey. The album was a hit record, as was the accompanying single "Compared to What", with both selling millions of units.
- "Compared to What" - (Gene McDaniels)
- "Cold Duck Time" - (Eddie Harris)
- "Kathleen's Theme" - (Les McCann)
- "You Got It in Your Soulness" - (Les McCann)
- "The Generation Gap" - (Les McCann)
- "Kaftan" - (Leroy Vinnegar) - bonus track on the 1996 reissue
- Les McCann: piano, vocals on "Compared to What"
- Eddie Harris: tenor saxophone
- Benny Bailey: trumpet
- Leroy Vinnegar: bass
- Donald Dean: drums
- Carr, Roy (2006) , "Soul to Soul", A Century of Jazz: A Hundred Years of the Greatest Music Ever Made, London: Hamlyn, pp. 106–121, ISBN 0-681-03179-4
- "BBC - Music - Review of Les McCann & Eddie Harris - Swiss Movement". www.bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 2009-10-22.