When you find a group of guys harmonizing and creating great new arrangements in a genre that's been around since before they were born, what do you call it? Not "Barbershop," wise guy - Contemporary Doo-Wop! Cleveland, Ohio-based, 5-man Partners in Rhyme are out of the basement and onto the streets and airwaves with some of the most fun, innovative and harmonic doo-wop we've heard. Their covers are well-chosen: "Time Of The Season," Otis Redding's "Dock Of The Bay," "Zombie Jamboree," "Amazed," "Little Darlin'," "Stand By Me," Steve Miller's "Rock 'N Me," James Taylor's "Handyman," Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs' "Lil' Red Riding Hood" (that segues into the Animals' "House of the Rising Sun"), Billy Joel's "River of Dreams," and "Kiss Him Goodbye." Fresh blood in a classic genre - "Seriously," this is good stuff!