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Don't Bring Me Down
We Regret
Keep It Simple
A Cappella
Cool For You
Your Joy
Open Up
Dance Alone
Now You're Gone
I Can See Clearly Now
Nice To Say
Come Together
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Joy To The World

The Coats have shown remarkable consistency and longevity, having recorded five albums since their formation in 1987. With few personnel changes, and a focus on original music, it's clear that their 1994 Harmony Sweepstakes win was no fluke, but a reflection of their talent and professionalism. "Collection" includes 15 tracks, two of which are new: the Jeff Lynne/ELO cover "Don't Bring Me Down," and "Open Up," a cheerful harmony-driven ditty with simple accompaniment, (reflecting the Coats' trend toward more frequent use of instruments). Some Coats fans feel that the quartet's true calling remains a cappella, however. Songs such as their trademark version of "Rawhide," "Bridge Over Troubled Water" and "Cool For You" (the live version, where the screaming of the audience proves that the Coats are undisputed chick magnets), confirm that the Coats' grasp of pop harmony is nothing if not compelling.

Item code: 2440C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Male | United States

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