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Stars & Stripes Forever

Song NameArranger

Stars and Stripes ForeverDavid Wright

The Star Spangled BannerJim Clancy

God Bless The USABrian Beck

A Song Like Daddy Used To PlayBrian Beck

Blackbird MedleyGary Parker

Unchained MedleyWarren "Buzz" HaegerManhattan Transfer

And So To Sleep AgainWarren "Buzz" Haeger

If There's Anybody Here From Out Of TownDavid Briner

God Bless AmericaJim Clancy

This Is The MomentFred King / Jeff Oxley

So Many Voices Sing America's SongRobert Brumner

Tenor: Todd Wilson Lead: Rick Middaugh Baritone: Jason January Bass: Jeff Oxley

It is only two years after the first album which was pure classical barbershop. On Stars & Stripes the same perfectly pitched close harmonies are in full bloom but the repertoire is expanded considerably. There is a rousing selection of patriotic songs, "The Stars and Stripes Forever," "The Star Spangled Banner," "God Bless The USA" and more! In the middle of the lineup we find a touch of jazz and then barberwop on "Unchained Melody." Acoustix is joined by Panache, the 1990 Queens of Harmony, for two songs on which they sing quartet duets. They do a chills up the back rendition of "This Is The Moment" just before closing with "So Many Voices Sing America's Song" on which they are joined by The American Pops Orchestra and The Vocal Majority. Stunning!

Item code: 5051C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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