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Ac Rock: Flying Colors

Livin' La Vida Loca
Down On The Corner
Little Darlin'
Waitin' In School
Draggin' The Line
Girls, Girls, Girls
Elenore
James Dean
I Think We're Alone Now
Does Anybody Really Know What Time It is?
Poison Ivy
You're The Inspiration
I'm Alright

Chicago's high-energy all male Contemporary quartet Ac-Rock, anchored by Mark MacLean's yummy, deep bass and sweet leads by tenor Paul Iams gets us into a boogying groove right away on "Flying," their 5th excellent CD. The Ricky Martin hit "Livin'," CCR's foot-tapping "Down on the Corner," the Doo-Wop classic "Little Darlin'," the Rockabilly hit "Waitin' In School" and Tommy James' "Draggin' The Line," which is impossible not to start moving to. The manic "Girls, Girls, Girls," Jackson Browne's "James Dean," "Poison Ivy," the make-out anthem "I Think We're Alone Now," the bubblegum hit "Elenore," Chicago's schmaltzy "Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is," Kenny Loggins' "I'm Alright"... the words to these songs are engraved on our brain cells, but here is Ac-Rock, having big, silly fun with them, and suddenly so are we!

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Item code: 8029C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Male | United States
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