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Tenor: Gary Steinkamp Lead: Fraser Brown Baritone: Russ Young Bass: Joseph D'Amore
SRO has been bobbing in and out of the top five in competition for as many years. Based in the Southwest, their sound on this recording, produced in 1992, is as consistent an example of the quartet style as can be found. From their opening medley of "Deed I Do/Put Your Arms Around Me," to their adaptation of "Orange Colored Sky," (arranged by the group's own Fraser Brown, who handled a good half of the arranging chores), SRO is expert in their use of devices such as the swipe, with minimal use of solo voice ornamentation. Their material is well-rounded; easy listening, (John Denver's "My Sweet Lady,"a simple and restrained interpretation) vocal jazz (BSU's score of "Java Jive") and barbershop, of course!
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