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Happiness Emporium
Right From The Start / Rise And Shine

My Lady Loves to Dance
Back in 1910
Sleeping Child
What I Ask For My Little Boy
Rock-A-Bye Baby Days
From the First Hello to the Last Goodbye
Run, Run, Run
Bring Back Those Good Old Days
Linda Rose and Will I Ever Tell You?
Have a Happy Day
God Bless America
On a Wonderul Day like Today
Heart of my Heart
All The Things You Are
If I Were A Rich Man
And I Love You So
When I Lost You
It's A Good Day
On the Way to Home Sweet Home
It's Good to Know I'm Welcome In My Old Hometown
Rubber Duckie
Medley: We've Only Just Begun, Dear Hearts and Gentle People, Top Of the World
We'll Be Seeing You

Tenor: Bob Downa Lead: Rod Johnson Baritone: Bob Spong Bass: Jim Foy

Bob Dowma, Rod Johnson, Bob Spong and Jim Foy got together in 1972, and 2 1/2 years later they were Barbershop Champions. Since then they've been dealing in happiness, singing with it and creating it in their audiences. This is a compilation of 2 cds (with a groovy flashing cover), "Right from the Start" and "Rise 'N Shine," and there's a lot of happy nostalgia here. "Bring Back Those Good Old Days" sums it up, but they're all good: "What I Ask For My Little Boy," "Back In 1910," "If I Were A Rich Man," "It's A Good Day." 23 feel-good songs in all - a great deal from four merchants of happiness!

Item code: 5468C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Male | United States

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