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Rural Route 4: Friends and Relatives
1986

Song NameArranger
How's Ev'ry Little Thing in DixieAl Rekhop
Rock-A-Bye Baby DaysLloyd Steinkamp
My Missouri HomeBurt Szabo
Lida Rose / Dream of NowMorris "Mo" Rector
My Mother's EyesRenee Craig
Tie Me Down To Your Apron Strings AgainJudy Seawood
I'm Wingin' My Way Back HomeCarl Yoder
Little PalLou Perry
Where The Black-Eyed Susans GrowRenee Craig
RosieNancy Bergman
Seme ThongRR4
Old MacDonaldRR4
I've Been EverywhereRR4
Knock, KnockRR4
Old Apple TreeAlileen Nightengale
Richest Man in the WorldEarl Moon

Tenor: Don Kahl Lead: Calvin Yoder Baritone: Jim Bagby Bass: Williard Yoder

When 1986 SPEBSQSA International Quartet champs RR4 made this recording in 1987, their producer told them they should consider making CDs. They went with albums and cassettes, and one month later everyone had CDs. So now by popular demand, we have a digitally remastered CD of this half-live, half-studio collection of 17 songs from one of the most popular and respected winners of SPEBSQSA Quartet Gold. "How's Every Little Thing in Dixie," "Rockabye Baby Days," "Lida Rose/Dream of Now," "Tie Me To Your Apron Strings Again," the heart-tugging "Little Pal," "Where the Black-Eyed Susans Grow," "I've Been Everywhere," "Old Apple Tree" and "The Richest Man in the World" are favorites. Lots of feeling, smooth, effortless harmonies-"Friends and Relatives" is ringing, straight-up, traditional barbershop from one of the best!

Listen to Little Pal in RealAudio.

5682C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart| A Cappella | Barbershop | Male | United States | Mens Barbershop Quartets CDs
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