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New Tradition Quartet: Sgt. Pepler's Homely Tarts Pub Band

Gentlemen, Hello!
The Marx Brothers Opener
Carnival Barker(intro)
Lydia (The Tattooed Lady)
Jeepers Creepers
Tuxedo Junction
I Want You To Be My Sweetheart
I Used To Call Her Baby
Air Medley
Anti-Marriage Medley
Having To Say Goodbye (intro)
So Long Mother
World War One Medley
Once In A While
Smile
Parade Medley
I'm So Alone With A Crowd
Trickle Trickle
It Was Almost Like A Song
Hallelujah, Barbershop!
Showbiz Medley
That Charlie Chaplin Walk
If I Had The Heart Of A Clown
When I'm Sixty-Four
Clown Medley

Tenor: John Sherburn Lead: Dan Jordan Baritone: Bob Gray Jnr. Bass: John Miller

If you're not comfortable laughing out loud, maybe you should pass this one by. I guess you could always shut your ears during the gags and just listen to these 1985 International Champions sing. You see, they're entertainers. The award winning singing is the basis of the act but the goal of these four is to bring joy and laughter into the world. Along the way to this goal they become the Marx Brothers and their gags are just as goofy as the originals. Spoofing the members of Star Trek will bring delight to Trekkies and Anti-Trakkies alike. It is a double CD release. The first disc is a reissue of their two albums. The second is a series of surprises from live performances. Though it sounds as though it was recorded from the audience, a piece simply called "Trombones" features all the members on vocal trombone and is wonderful in spite of the fidelity. As we love both laughter and song, this gets our enthusiastic recomendation!

Item code: 5212C | 1 CD | $14.95 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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