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Perfect Gentlemen: "Live" In Paradise   

Meanest Thing You Ever Did
They Wrote 'Em In The Good Ol' Days
Java Jive
Room Service
I Want You To Be My Baby
Salute To The 20th Century
Ukulele Lady

Tenor: Tim Reeder Lead: Dan Jordan Baritone: Mike Economou Bass: Jim Campbell

The focus in the Barbershop world is excellence in live performance, and all of us in the audience of the 2002 Harmony Sweeps Finals were treated to one of the best, the set of LA's The Perfect Gentlemen. "Live" gives everyone else a chance to join the excited, appreciative audience enjoying the Gentlemen live in concert, at the historic Hawaii Theatre in Honolulu. (This would be a good time to warn purists that there is, not too surprisingly, some ukelele accompaniment in several of the songs). PG classics "Meanest Thing You Ever Did," "They Wrote 'Em in the Good Old Days," "Java Jive," "Room Service" and "I Want You to Be My Baby" all lead up to the Gents' hilarious masterpiece, "Salute to the 20th Century," with costumes, wigs, and musical renditions of "Shine On Harvest Moon" in everything from Barbershop and Dixieland to Blues, Big Band and Doo-Wop to Disco, Techno Punk and Rap. And believe us, you haven't lived until you've seen 4 kind of chubby barbershop guys in sunglasses, NFL jerseys and spats do a devastatingly funny takedown of Rap music. Great stuff!

Item code: 5711DVD | DVD | $2.95 |add item to cart
Barbershop | Male
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