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Confederates: Confederate Encores
1956

Song NameArranger
ChloeGrundy
I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf CloverConnett
Boy Of MineBolds
Twelfth Street RagRobertson
Down Where The South BeginsRenee Craig
Creole CutieSuddith
Red HeadWestly
Mammy O'MineBolds
Just In Case You Change Your MindMorton
Pal Of My Cradle DaysRenee Craig
A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley SquareGrundy
The Lord's PrayerMallatte

Tenor: George Evans Lead: Dave Labonte Baritone: Bill Busby Bass: Wally Singleton

The Confederates, two born-and-bred Rebels teamed with two Yankees, placed 31st in International Competition in 1954, 2nd in Miami in 1955, and in 1956 became International Champions at Minneapolis. Featuring the pure Tenor of George Evans, the mellow Baritone of "Buzz" Busby, the Rich Bass of Wally Singleton and the sweet lead of Dave LaBonte, the Confederates were pure professionals, exulting in the joy and power of their voices. From the heart-tugging: "Chloe," "Boy of Mine," "Down Where The South Begins," "Pal of My Cradle Days," "A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square," and "Just In Case You Change Your Mind;" to the pure fun: "I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover," "Twelfth Street Rag," "Creole Cutie," "Red Head," these guys' singing is anything but, ah, uniform! 12 great songs.

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5542C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart| A Cappella | Barbershop | Male | United States
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