In Celebration of the Human Voice - The Essential Musical Instrument

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Hey Look Me Over
I've Gotta Be Me
With Plenty Of Money And You
When Will I Be Loved
The Song Is Ended
Back In The Old Routine
Miss You
Don't Fence Me In
Gospel Medley

Tenor: Tim McShane Lead: Chuck Sisson Baritone: Dick Kingdon Bass: Don Bagley

1988 winners from Illinois, who have a solidly vertical approach and fold some adult contemporary pop into their mix. While we have no specific knowledge that they were an influence, we detect similarities to Dealer's Choice in terms of overall sound and style. Their tone has a suffused brightness, but is never strident. Ornamentation and solo passages add texture ("Memory" is particularly noteworthy), crescendos ("I've Gotta Be Me") when used, add impact. Though uncredited, instrumental tracks can be heard on a couple of the arrangements ("When Will I Be Loved," "With Plenty Of Money and You").

Item code: 5545C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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