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Showvinistics: Heart Of Saturday Night

Song NameComposer
The Heart Of Saturday Night
Morse Code Of Love
Don't Ask Me To Be Lonely
Oh What A Night
Rainy Day Bells
Countdown to Love
Lonely Teardrops
Maybe Baby
Blue MoonRichard Rodgers
Drifter's Medley
Here I Am Broken Hearted
Tears On My Pillow
A White Sport Coat / Young Love
Star Spangled Banner

East Coast doo-wop group, whose five members ably perform oldies from a variety of styles - the common denominator of which is that they are all great American music! R & B influenced vocal harmony groups ('Drifter's Medley') and first-generation rockers, a la Buddy Holly ('Maybe Baby'), both contributed to the doo-wop sound of the fifties and early sixties. In turn, those trends evolved into Motown ('Lonely Teardrops'), and the Brill Building pop of Neil Sedaka ('Rainy Day Bells'). The Showvinistics' arrangements of songs from each of these eras retain the integrity of the style, while adding subtle impact with their solid and confident vocals. Four tracks are accompanied.

Item code: 2532C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Doo-Wop | A Cappella | Male | United States
4611

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