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...In The Wee Small Hours

Lazy River

My Gal Sal

Fit As A Fiddle

Every Day Of My Life


Lulu's Back In Town

In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning

Rock-A-Bye Your Baby

With A Dixie Melody

Who'll Dry Your Tears

I Wonder If We'll Ever Meet Again (Dear Old Gal Of Mine)

With Plenty Of Money And You

What'll I Do

On The Boardwalk In Atlantic City

I'll Be Seeing You

Tenor: Dale Fetick Lead: Randy Chisholm Baritone: Paul Gilman Bass: Jay Hawkins

Should you enjoy a trivial pursuit type fact with which to awe your friends, try this one out on avid barbershoppers. In the SPEBSQSA International Competitions, who has medalled with the most quartets? Well, one of the five singers to date who share the record is Jay Hawkins, the bass singer of Marquis. He has won medals with three different quartets. So when you listen to the ringing chords of this award winning group on such tunes as "Lazy River," "Every Day Of My Life," "I'll Be Seeing You" or the doo-wopish arrangement of "With Plenty Of Money And You," remember that you're listening to one of the best!

Item code: 5200C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States
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