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Mark IV: Mark IV

Song NameComposer
Anything Goes
Don't Blame Me
(They Long To Be) Close To YouBurt Bacharach
Our Love Is Here To Stay
Struttin' Down The Main Street
It's Magic
That Old Gang Of Mine
This Is My Lucky Day
If You Love Me, Really Love Me
I Wanna Be Around
That Lucky Old Sun
Think Summer
The Nearness of You
Daddy Sang Bass
Alexander's Band Is Back In Dixieland
Her Majesty, My Mother
Every Step Of The Way
So Tell Me Babe, What's New
Thinking Of You
Grand Knowing You
Old Piano Roll Blues
I'd Give A Million Tomorrows

Tenor: Franklin Spears Lead: Al Koberstein Baritone: Dale Deiser Bass: Morris "Mo" Rector

Many personnel changes, some of them brought about by Uncle Sam, brought together the talented foursome that won the Gold in St. Louis in 1969. Mo Rector, fine bass of the '58 champs, the Gaynotes, baritone Dale Deiser, lead Alan Koberstein, and tenor Franklin Spears were years ahead of their time in finesse, warm rich sound, and overall musicianship. They only stayed together until 1974, pleasing audiences with their music and gracious personalities; but we are left with this masterpiece cd. Pure entertainment, from "Anything Goes" and "Daddy Sang Bass," to "Every Step Of The Way" and "If You Love Me, Really Love Me." 22 songs in all, a generous helping of the stuff barbershop is made of, the top of the Mark!

Item code: 5547C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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