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Hi-Lo's: Happen To Bossa Nova / Happen to Folk Songs

Carnaval
The Gift
Let's Go To Brasil
A New Dream
Gold Brazillian Sun
One Note Samba
The Duck ( O Pato )
Cry Your Sadness
Desafinado
Once Again
Love and The Rose
No More Brasil
Sixteen Tons
Turkey In The Straw
Careless Love
Cotton Fields
Black Is The Color of My True Loves Hair
Ezekiel Daw de Wheel
Yellow Rose of Texas
Michael
Gotta Travel On
Cockles and Mussels
On Top Of Old Smokey

Here, in their full glory, are the first two releases the group recorded on Reprise. This is classic stuff as these vocal masters explore two different musical genres with their usual sophistication and expertise. They use the most difficult form of voice pattern. Unlike many vocal groups, which keeps to intervals of thirds fifths and ninths, The Hi-Lo's apply intricate harmonies, moving tones, and suspended chord intervals using about every altered degree of the solmization scale in their arrangements. There are many gems including the practically a cappella "Black Is The Color of My True Love's Hair" featuring a rare solo exquisitely sung by Clark Burroughs and most of the vocal arrangements are by the man himself, Gene Puerling. The majority of these tracks have not been previously released on CD making this a great addition to all of their fans collection. Includes original LP art work and liner notes.

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4479C | 1 CD | $13.95 |add item to cart| Vocal Jazz  | Male | United States
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