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Gotcha!: At Last

Song NameArranger

Pick Yourself UpDavid Harrington

Somethin' About YaJoe Liles

A Blossom FellRobert Rund

Vict'ry RoadDavid Wright

Down By The Old Mill SteamDoug Anderson

I'm Sittin' Pretty In A Pretty Little CityGreg Lyne

More I Cannot Wish YouBob Disney

Luck Be A Lady TonightDavid Harrington

Hopelessly In LoveEd Waesche

I Fall In Love With You EverydayWarren "Buzz" Haeger

Play That Barbershop ChordDavid Wright

Sabre DanceGreg Lapp

GoldAlan Goron

Tenor: Gary Texeira Lead: Chris Vaughn Baritone: Alan Gordan Bass: Jim Kline

First formed in 1996 by four members of multiple SPEBSQSA Gold-winning chorus the Masters of Harmony, these four young Southern California guys have gained a reputation for hot live performances, ringing chords that last forever and a rainbow palette of loud vests and hankies under matching black suits. First qualifying for the International Quartet contest in 1998 in Atlanta, and placing 20th, the group climbed steadily, placing 12th, 8th, 6th and 2nd in the world before finally capturing Gold medals in Louisville, KY in July of 2004. "At Last" is their 3rd CD winner, following "Again!" and "Right Now!"-all the exclamation points are actually appropriate to describe the energy and spirit of this remarkable group! The songlist includes the inspirational "Pick Yourself Up," "Vict'ry Road" and "Gold," romantic tunes "Somethin' About Ya," "Down By the Old Mill Stream," "More I Cannot Wish You," "Hopelessly In Love" and "I Fall In Love With You Every Day;" and Barbershop standards "I'm Sittin' Pretty In A Pretty Little City," "Luck Be A Lady Tonight" and "Play That Barbershop Chord." This is entertainment, how Barbershop is done by one of the world's finest.

Item code: 5720C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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