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Princeton Tigertones: Old No. 27

Song NameComposer
Superstition
Little Red Riding Hood
The Orange Moon
Kiss Da Girl
Shall We Gather By the River
Ring Ring the Banjo
That Cat is High
Runaround Sue
Romeo and Juliet
Brown Eyed Girl
Our House
Smile
Steppin' to the Bad Side
Scarborough FairEnglish Traditional
The Long and Winding Road
Sing Me to Heaven
Shower the People
When Sunny Gets Blue

The 12 young men who form the '01-'02 version of the Princeton Tigertones are members of more than a great vocal group. It is said that The Tigertones, a tradition at Princeton going back 56 years (a great pic of the '46-'47 version is in the liner notes), have broader appeal than any other boy-band in the world. The Tones have wowed elderly audiences in Palm Beach, teenage schoolgirls in Switzerland, and have performed on the stages of Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. This is their 27th biennial album, hence "Old No. 27." There are 18 songs, which reflect their rich heritage. Some of our favorites: Stevie Wonder's "Superstition," Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs' "Little Red Riding Hood," "The Orange Moon," the wonderful reggae tune "Kiss Da Girl," "Runaround Sue," CSNY's "Our House," "Steppin' to the Bad Side," Simon & Garfunkel's "Scarborough Fair," "Shower the People," and "When Sunny Gets Blue," recorded live. The Tones are having total fun recording "Old No. 27," performing live, or just doing great harmony with their buds, and that's what it's all about!

Item code: 1732C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Collegiate | A Cappella | Male | United States
Related: Collegiate A Cappella
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