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Nightlife: Basin St Blues

Song NameComposer
'Cross the Mason-Dixon Line
Creole Cutie
Stars Fell on Alabama
Route 66Bobby Troup
Beautiful Dreamer
It Must Be That Look in Her Eyes/Them There Eyes Medley
It Never Occured to Me
Rhythm Medley
You're As Welcome As the Flowers in May
This Is My Lucky Day/Luck Be A Lady Tonight Medley
Basin Street Blues
I Love You For Sentimental Reasons
Sailin' Away on the Henry Clay
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
Smile

Tenor: Rob Menaker Lead: John Sasine Baritone: Jeff Baker Bass: Brett Littlefield

Let us have Dr. Greg Lyne tell you about the voices of Nightlife. "Brett (Littlefield) possesses one of the most resonant, rich bass voices you're ever going to hear, which contributes to the depth so characteristic of the Nightlife sound. Jeff's (Baker) voice brings the glue and dignity to the composite sound that all outstanding quartets seek. John's (Sasine) voice is unusually free and agile, which is also the key to the quartet's individually of expression. Finally, it is the color and presence found in Rob's tenor voice that contributes the sheen to this foursome's distinctive sound." True, true. Now listen to "Creole Cutie," "Route 66," "Beautiful Dreamer" (beautiful!), "Smile" and another eleven songs. Celebrate their Championship with them!

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Barbershop Quartet Champions 1996

Item code: 5083C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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