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Western Continentals: Western Continentals

Are you from Dixie?
Heart of a clown
If you ever fall in love
These foolish things remind me of you
My lovely one
Everything's coming up roses
By the time i get to Phoenix
Green green grass of home
Lone prairie
Down by the riverside autumn leaves
On a wornderful day like today
The boy I used to be
I've gotta be me
The masquerade is over
I'm gonna live till I die
Old.....
I believe
Love is a many splendored thing
Annabel Lee
Little pal
Gonna Build a Mountain
When the Saints go Marching In

Tenor: Al Mau Lead: Ted Bradshaw Baritone: Paul Graham Bass: Phil Foote

Springing from SPEBSQSA's contests and festivals aimed at young people, Baritone Paul Graham and lead Ted Bradshaw sang with the Devilaires at Arizona State. Other veterans of high school and college quartets came in and out of the group after its formation in 1964, helping it place 8th in Boston in 1965, but dropping to 21st in 1966. Adding Tenor Al Mau and Bass Phil Foote seemed to turn the Continentals around, and the group came out of nowhere to win Silver at the Los Angeles International in 1967. In 1968 they won it all, edging out the Golden Staters. One of the clearest, strongest leads ever to step up to a Barbershop mike, Ted Bradshaw shines on everything from "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," and "The Masquerade is Over," to the classic "I Believe," and the others match him note for breathless note. Sweet, Pure, Classic; in short, Incredible!

Item code: 5546C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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