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Fleet Street Singers
Up Toward Mountains Higher

Hail, Stanford, Hail
Come Join the Band
The Dirty Golden Bear
Stanford Mandalay
When Stanford WHips the Golden Bear Again
Stanford Girl
Stanford Fight Song
The Cardinal Is Waving
Full Moon at the Quad
Rush the Ball Along
The Farm
Sons of the Stanford Red
Prayer to the God of Partial Credit
The Cardinal Song
Hail Alma Mater
Stanford Hymn Rap
Stanford Spellout
All Right Now
Hail, Stanford, Hail

A paean to Stanford University, subtitled "a century of Cardinal favorites," romanticizing the Stanford legend, and performed by the fourteen capable and tuneful voices of the Fleet Street Singers, with guests the Junior University Marching Band on two tracks - the "Stanford Spellout," followed by "All Right Now." "Hail Alma Mater" is completely sincere, only to be followed by the "Stanford Hymn Rap," which has a rhythm track and a boisterous rap vocal. Many of the songs are sports oriented, celebrating victories past, present and hoped-for. However, what collegiate career would be complete without love? "Full Moon At The Quad" describes love, Stanford-style: a charming stylistic collage, it could be a parody, or it could be real. We can't quite tell!

Item code: 1705C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Collegiate | A Cappella | Male | United States

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