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Keepsake: Without A Song

Song NameArranger
When the Saints Go Marching In Greg Volk
Sweet, Sweet Roses of MornRob Rund
Lullaby In RagtimeMitchell
'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans/ That Aint' Heaven, That's New OrleansClay Hine
Down Where The Swanee River FlowsClay Hine
My Melancholy BabyJay Giallombardo
I'm Gonna Live Till I DieGreg Volk
Mona LisaGreg Volk
Blue SkiesClay Hine
May I Never Love AgainRenee Craig
I'll Fly AwayDon Gray
I'll Walk With GodPeter Rupay
Bass PartStephen Delehanty
Without a SongWalter Latzko

Tenor: Roger Ross Lead: Joe Connelly Baritone: Tony DeRosa Bass: Don Barnick

Florida's mighty Keepsake have received the musical baton from their progenitors the "Suntones" and the "Buffalo Bills." "Without a Song" (the CD) takes its title from the song of the same name, which was performed, first by the Bills, and then the Suntones, as a signature piece in their repetoire. In addition to that aforementioned gem, which closes the CD, thirteen other examples of Keepsake's artistry, including the all-American "When The Saints Go Marchin' In," "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans" and "Down Where the Swanee River Flows" are performed. "I'm Going to Live Till I Die" features one of the many audacious Keepsake tags, where the tenor voice soars in a holding pattern over the remaining three, floating, seemingly without effort, on an endless supply of air. Finally, as the four voices join together in the final glorious chord, the sun breaks through the clouds in all its magnificence. This is barbershop at its best.

Item code: 5129C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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