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The Gas House Gang
Face the Music   

Strike Up the Band Medley
Wedding Bells
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime
Muskrat Ramble
Where the Southern Roses Grow
Above My Head, I Hear Music In The Air
Erie Canal
All Aboard For Dixie Land
Don't Be A Baby, Baby
This Is Some Lucky Day
Old Hymns Medley
Alleluia

Tenor: Kipp Buckner Lead: Rich Knight Baritone: Rob Henry Bass: Jim Henry

It isn't just perfect vowel matching or ringing chords that set these Champions apart. They pick joyous arrangements which make for fascinating listening and always seem to have some completely unusual element added into their non competition repertoire. For example, when David Wright arranged Muskrat Ramble for The Gang he came back with the lyric score with some sections written for a Dixieland band. The Gas House Gang ran with it, imitating a trumpet, a trombone, a clarinet and an upright bass, with some percussion thrown in. You must hear the wonderful arrangement of "Above My Head, I Hear Music In The Air" for it moves the spirit just as much as the Southern Sons' version does. We haven't time to describe each of the fourteen tunes on this recording but you should hear them.

Item code: 5062C | 1 CD | $14.98
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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